IF1204 Banking and Financial Institutions Notes, for City University London students, contain an overview of every topic covered within the module.
Summarised two-terms’ notes into a 60-page single document, the notes were prepared using both lecture notes, in-class discussions and core textbook (ISBN: 9781121571945)
Lecture 1: Introduction to Money and Financial Markets
Lecture 2: Money and the Payment System Lecture 3: Financial - Instruments, Markets and Institutions
Lecture 4: Future Value, Present Value and Interest Rates
Lecture 5: Understanding Risk
Lecture 6: Bond, Bond Prices and the Determination of Interest Rates
Lecture 7: The Term Structure of Interest Rates
Lecture 8: The Economics of Financial Intermediation
Lecture 9: The Financial Statements of Commercial Banks
Lecture 10: Measuring and Evaluating the Performance of Banks
Lecture 1: The Regulation of the Banking System
Lecture 2: Central Banks around the World
Lecture 3: The Central Bank’s Balance Sheet Lecture 4: Monetary Policy Tools and Objectives
Lecture 5: Investment Banking: An Introduction
Lecture 6: The role of Investment Banks in Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)
Lecture 7: The role of Investment Banks in the primary markets
Lecture 8: Types of Risks Incurred by Financial Instituttions
Lecture 9: The Market for Derivatives
Lecture 10: N/A (Exam revision)
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