Paris, France

Finance & Banking

when 7 July 2017 - 13 July 2017
language English
duration 1 week
fee EUR 1490

The financial world has changed over the last 30 years. These changes have influenced the global financial system and corporate finance. From a state-oriented system, we have moved to a market-oriented system, which is more unstable, volatile and risky.

How has this happened? Why do banks exist? What is the role of financial markets? How can we manage risk in a volatile market? What is sustainable finance based on sustainable performance? What is the solution for a more sustainable world?

The seminar tries to provide relevant answers to those questions. This approach offers the keys and the basic tools of modern finance.

Course leader

Dhaifer Saidane

Target group

Students with a four-year bachelor's degree

Course aim

At the end of the 40-hour course, students will have enhanced their practical work decision making in international banking.

Students gain expertise in: the banking system, its instability and systemic risks; risk and portfolio credit risk; a macro-prudential approach for understanding regulation in banking; sustainable finance.

Fee info

EUR 1490: This is the fee for the Finance & Banking summer school course