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BUS 498 (010) CAPITAL MARKETS AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
 

Summary: BUS 498 (010)
CAPITAL MARKETS AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
2011 Fall (September 7 December 5)
Instructor: Helen Huang
Office: ED 540.6
Class time: MW 4pm 5:15pm
Classroom: ED 619
Office hours: MW 11:30am 12:30pm or by appointment
Phone: 585-6269
E-mail: helen.huang@uregina.ca
Prerequisites: BUS 395
Course Objective:
To examine the way in which capital markets function and the pivotal role played
by financial institutions such as deposit taking institutions, insurance companies, in-
vestment dealers, pension funds, mutual funds and hedge funds. Particular emphasis is
placed on how each institution manages financial risk and the risk-return tradeoffs avail-
able to industry participants including private investors. The course is concluded with
a review of the Canadian regulatory platform and the roles of each including federal,
provincial and Self-Regulating bodies.
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Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics