FIN 4150 - Financial Institutions and Capital Markets (3)
Prerequisites: FIN 3200 . This course focuses on an understanding of the major financial institutions in the United States and the competitive and regulatory environment in which they operate. The course also covers financial markets, regulation of financial institutions, interest rates and their relationship to risk, different types of risk, financial securities, their characteristics and valuation, derivatives such swaps, futures, and options, mortgages and real estate as well as recent innovation in the finance. All prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
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