MGT411 : Money & Banking

Course Overview

Course Synopsis

This course helps students to know how to apply a simplified approach to the demand for assets. The student will be able to learn the concept of equilibrium. This course focuses on how basic supply and demand works, so that student can explain the behavior in financial markets. This course is an approach to financial structures based on transaction costs and asymmetric information. The students will also be able to learn about the banking system of how Banks operate and also to know about the basic objectives and functions of Central Bank.

Course Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course you should be able to:

  • Explain how the monetary and financial systems facilitate the production of wealth, analyze and evaluate the factors influencing the prices of financial market instruments
  • Differentiate between the various types of financial institutions
  • Explain the risks that financial institutions face
  • Describe how monetary policy affects the economy
  • Discuss how central bank operates

Course Calendar

Five Parts of The Financial System1Handout1-2
Five Core Principles of Money and Banking2Handout3-5
Money & the Payment System3Handout6-8
Forms of Payments4Handout9-13
Financial Intermediaries5Handout14-16
Financial Instruments & Financial Markets6Handout17-19
Quiz No. 1
Financial Institutions7Handout20-21
Time Value of Money8Handout22-24
Application of Present Value Concepts9Handout25-28
Bond Pricing & Risk10Handout29-33
Measuring Risk11Handout34-36
Evaluating Risk12Handout37-39
Evaluating Risk13Handout40-42
Yield to Maturity14Handout43-48
Shifts in Equilibrium in the Bond Market & Risk15Handout49-50
Bonds & Sources of Bond Risk16Handout51-54
Tax Effect & Term Structure of Interest Rate17Handout55-58
The Liquidity Premium Theory18Handout59-61
Valuing Stocks19Handout62-64
Risk and Value of Stocks20Handout65-68
Role of Financial Intermediaries21Handout69-70
Role of Financial Intermediaries (Continued)22Handout71-73
Grand Quiz
Balance Sheet of Commercial Banks24Handout77-80
Bank Risk25Handout81-83
Interest Rate Risk26Handout84-85
Non- Depository Institutions27Handout86-87
Non-Depository Institutions (Cont)28Handout88-91
The Government Safety Net29Handout92-93
The Governments Bank30Handout94-95
Low, Stable Inflation31Handout96-97
Meeting the Challenge: Creating a Successful Central Bank32Handout98-101
The Monetary Base33Handout102-104
Deposit Creation in a Single Bank34Handout105-109
Money Multiplier35Handout110-112
Target Federal Funds Rate and Open Market Operation36Handout113-115
Why Do We Care About Monetary Aggregates37Handout116-118
The Facts About Velocity38Handout119-122
The Portfolio Demand for Money39Handout123-124
Money Growth, Inflation, and Aggregate Demand40Handout125-126
Deriving the Monetary Policy Reaction Curve41Handout127-132
The Aggregate Demand Curve42Handout133-134
The Aggregate Supply Curve43Handout135-138
Equilibrium and the Determination of Output and Inflation44Handout139-142
Shifts in Potential Output and Real Business Cycle Theory45Handout143-146
This is tentative Course Calendar, in case of any change, you will be informed through announcement.
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