Liberalisation opened gates for integration of Indian Economy with that of the world. It also forced fierce competition on various sectors and along with it the need to revamp the financial practices to fit the highly competitive landscape of international business, where banking and finance play an important part.
This integration also empowered businesses by providing them with avenues to tap financial support from various international financial institutions. And the banking and finance professionals acted as a critical cog for creating a conduit for the flow of funds and investment in the country. However, even after more than a couple of decades of liberalisation, there is a palpable crunch of skilled workforce and talent to lead the sectors.
MBA in banking and finance teaches the know-how to succeed in a connected international financial environment that is highly competitive. The curriculum acts as a stepping-stone for being a global banking and financial professional, who can manage the flow of high volumes of cross-border capital, leverage the global systemic risk, and invest in assets, while anticipate and mitigate investment risk.
Other than the analytical and quantitative skills that are necessary for catering to international as well as domestic financial markets, the course also focus on endowing ethical banking practices, thus, a professional adheres to regulation.
Spotlight Courses of International banking are:
- Strategic International Banking
- Financial Engineering and Derivatives
- International Portfolio Management
- Global Financial Flows
- Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
- Foreign Exchange Risk Management
- Working Capital Management
- Insurance and Risk Management
- Enterprise Risk Management
The course International Banking and Finance enables an individual to operate in a broader set of possibilities in terms of Banking and Risk Management and thus is in high demand now-a-days.