FINC 3350 Financial Institutions and Markets
3 hours; 3 credits
This course uses principles of finance and investments to help students understand modern financial markets and institutions. Central themes are the structure of financial markets, their pricing function, the interaction between financial markets and institutions, macroeconomic conditions, and the process of financial innovation and regulation in these markets. This course guides students through various markets and helps them analyze the asset and liability structures, and operations of financial institutions.
Prerequisite: Finance 3310
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