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State University of New York at Buffalo School of Management MGF 401 S F !

"u#"h $ %&%0 $ 4&'0(m) *nstructor& Su+hir Suchak Management of Financial *nstitutions "ele(hone& ,4'-1./1 S(ring 01%& 0lfiero 10 e-mail& suchak12uffalo3e+u 4ffice 5ours& Mon3 6 7e+3 &00 $ %&00(m8 Mon3 4&00 $ ,&00(m9 or 2y a((ointment !4ffice& :aco2s %') ;ourse 42<ective& The Financial Services industry is very dynamic. Factors such as regulations, changes in interest rates and overall market and credit factors have a significant impact on the financial institutions performance. The purpose of this course is to study the basic management problems in the loan, investment, and financing administration functions of financial institutions. Significant emphasis will be on the commercial banks. Our focus will be on asset, liability and capital management. We will discuss risk management for changing interest rates, and how banks measure and evaluate performance. =rere>uisites& M F!"# and $unior Standing in the School of Management. ?e>uire+ "e@t2ook& %ank Management & Financial Services by 'eter S. (ose and Sylvia ). *udgins, +th ed. Mc raw,*ill. =ower(oint Sli+es& 'owerpoint slides for each chapter covered are posted on -%.earns. Students will be responsible for having powerpoint slides in class in order that they can follow the materials and take notes. Solutions to all problems will be posted throughout the semester after the chapters are covered. Gra+ing& /0am 1 # 2 !34 /0am 1 5 2 !34 Final /0am 2 !"4 ?ea+ing 0ssignments& (eading materials will be assigned for each class as shown in the attached. 6n class we will briefly review and discuss key points from the chapters and work on 7uestions and problems. Students are e0pected to review the chapters covered before coming to class and have worked on the 7uestions and problems assigned. Students are e0pected to participate in answering 7uestions and in solving the problems. 0tten+ance& Students are re7uired to attend all classes. Substantial amount of material is covered in each class which is useful particularly during e0ams. Many of the e0amination problems and 7uestions are based on material covered in class. 8ttendance will be taken within the first #" minutes at the beginning of the class. Stan+ar+s of 0ca+emic *ntegrity& 8ll students are e0pected to support and maintain a high standard of academic integrity. 'lease refer to the School9s *andbook.

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