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Risk Management in Financial Institutions

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Module Convenor:  Meryem Duygun

Module Content:
Risks specific to financial institutions (including liquidity, credit, market, and operational); techniques for managing such risks; the organisation of the risk management process in financial institutions. Financial institutions include banks, other deposit-taking institutions, life and general insurance companies. Content complements that covered in modules such as Corporate Risk and Quantitative Risk Management.

Module Aims:
To develop students' knowledge and understanding of the risks faced by financial institutions, the techniques used to manage such risks, and the problems and issues faced in this process.

Module Assessment:
2 Hour Examination (50%); Individual Coursework (3,000 words) (50%)


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