State University of recent York for Buffalo

School of Management

MGF 401 S2F (Tu/Th – 3: 35 – four: 50pm) Teacher: Sudhir Suchak Management of Financial Institutions Telephone: 645-1781 Planting season 2013: Alfiero 102 email: [email protected] edu Office Several hours: Mon. & Wed. 2: 00 – 3: 00pm; Mon. 4: 00 – 6: 00pm, or simply by appointment (Office: Jacobs 235)

Course Target: The Finance industry is incredibly dynamic. Factors such as rules, changes in interest rates and overall market and credit factors have an important impact on the financial institutions efficiency. The purpose of this system is to analyze the basic administration problems in the loan, investment, and financing administration functions of financial establishments. Significant emphasis will be on the commercial banking institutions. Our concentrate will be on asset, the liability and capital management. All of us will discuss risk management to get changing rates of interest, and how banking institutions measure and evaluate overall performance.

Prerequisites: MGF301 and Junior Standing in the college of Supervision.

Required Book: Bank Managing & Financial Services by Peter S. Rose and Sylvia C. Hudgins, 9th education. McGraw-Hill.

Powerpoint Slides: Powerpoint slides for every chapter protected are submitted to UBLearns. College students will be accountable for having powerpoint slides in the lecture in order that they may follow the elements and take notes. Methods to all complications will be posted throughout the semester after the chapters are covered.

Grading:

Exam # 1 – 35%

Test # 2 – 35%

Final Examination – thirty percent

Reading Tasks: Reading components will be designated for each category as shown in the attached. In class all of us will in brief review and discuss tips from the chapters and work on questions and problems. College students are expected to examine the chapters covered just before coming to course and have labored on the inquiries and challenges assigned. Learners are expected to participate in responding to...