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Thiagarajar School of Management

MADURAI-625005

MBA-I: 2012-14 Academic Session, Term IV Management of Banks and Financial Institutions Course Outline
Instructors: S.Kothandraman (e-mail): kothandaramans@tsm.ac.in The objectives of this course are to: a) Provide a overall background on Financial Sector in India and its various constituents, with particular emphasis on Commercial Banks and their role in the overall economic environment. b) Highlighting issues in managing banks with reference to marketing banks products through customer segmentation, positioning of the products, relationship management, investments, International operations, risk management, the regulatory landscape etc. c) Developing an understanding of Balance sheet management of a bank. d) Developing a preliminary understanding of Insurance Sector. The course will hopefully provide a reasonable foundation to any one aspiring to take up roles in the banking sector during their professional careers. The learning from the course would depend on the extent of investment of quality time and effort by each participant in preparing for each session,. Reading Material The following text book is prescribed for the course. D. Srinivasan & ors, Principles and Practices of Banking, IIBF, Macmillan, 2/e, 2009 Additionally the following books are also proposed for extensive reference: 1. G Vasavada, D P Chaterjee, C Chandrasekhar and Inderjeet Ghuliani, Bank st Financial Management, IIBF, Macmillan, 1 edition(rp), 2010 2. K C Shekhar & Lekshmy Shekhar, Banking Theory and Practice, Vikas Publishing th House Ltd, 20 edition, (BTP) 3. Tannans Banking Law and Practice in India: Author(s):: ML .Tannan
It is strongly recommended that students regularly read business dailies and magazines to keep themselves abreast of banking developments. Pedagogy Pedagogy would include analysis of, and in-depth discussions involving a number of instructorpresentations and discussions as well as cases. Detailed session-wise outline is given later in this outline.

Evaluation:
Evaluation is based on class preparation and meaningful participation, in-class quizzes, group presentations and examinations. a) b) c) d) e) Class preparation and participation (CP) Short quizzes/ Assignment (s) Mid-term tests Final trimester examination 10% 10% 15% 25% 40%

Management of Banks and Financial Institutions


Sessions No. Module/ Topic Required/suggested reading

Module I- Introduction to Financial Sector

10-July-13

Introduction & Overview of Banking Career Indian Financial Sector

Discussion

Introduction

11-July-13

Discussion

a) Unit 1,4 ,5 & 6 of Module A of Principles and Practices

of Banking, IIBF
b) Speech by Deputy Governor, RBI, Dr. Gokarn in CII MF seminar Discussion A) Unit 2 of Module A of Principles and Practices of

3 4

12-July-13 17-July-13

Role Of Reserve bank of India Role of Reserve Bank of India . Commercial Banks

Banking, IIBF
Discussion B) P 570-605 of BTP by Shri. Shekhar A) Unit 2 of Module A of Principles and Practices of

Banking, IIBF
B) P 377-390 of BTP by Shri Shekhar Discussion Unit 11 of Module A Principles and Practices of Banking,

23-July-13

IIBF
Chapter IV (pages 69-90) of Shri Shekhar Presentation on Next Gen Banking

24-July-13

Legal regulation covering Banks Case Study on Banks Laws impacting Banking sector

Faculty Presentation Student Presentation A) B) Unit 12 of IIBF Faculty Presentation

26-Jul-13

Module II- Customer Segmentation


8 30-Jul-13 KYC AML Guidelines/ Deposit products/ 9 31-Jul- 13 Various Asset Products Read Unit 12 of IIBF

Discussion Read Unit 17 -21 of IIBF

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10

6-Aug-13

Security Creation / Collateral etc Corporate Lending Corporate Lending Fee based Income Products Treasury Treasury

Read

Unit 24-27 of IIBF

11 12 13

8-Aug-13 13-Aug-13 14-Aug-13

Read Case Study Read

Unit 17 of IIBF

Unit 16 of IIBF

Module-III: Investment Function and International Banking


14 15 16-Aug-13 20-Aug-13 Read Read

Module C of IIBF Book on Bank Financial Management (pages 308-335) Pages 339 345 of IIBF Book on Bank Financial Management
Pages 4-43 of IIBF Book on Bank Financial Management Pages 45 - 60 of IIBF Book on Bank Financial Management

16 17

20-Aug-13 21-Aug-13

Foreign Exchange Foreign Exchange contd and International Banking Risk Management Risk Management contd Balance Sheet Management Balance Sheet Management

Read Read

Module-IV Risk Management and Balance Sheet Management


18 19 22-Aug-13 27- Aug-13 Read Read Pages 165-183 of IIBF Book on Bank Financial Management Pages 237- 295 of

IIBF Book on Bank Financial IIBF Book on Bank Financial

Management
Read Read Pages a) 389 - 435 of

20 21

3-Sep-13 4-Sep-13

Management

Pages 389 - 435 of IIBF Book on Bank Financial Management .. b) b) Pages 480 485 of IIBF Book on Bank Financial Management .. Data Analysis and discussions. Is Capital likely to be a constraint for growth? / Entry of new private sector banks - Impact Review of Units I to IV.

22 23 24

10-Sep-13 11-Sep-13 17-Sep-13

Performance Benchmarking Capital / Bank Regulation Summing Up

Case Study Student presentation

Module-V Insurance 25 26 19-Sep-13 20-Sep-13 Introduction to Insurance Insurance Sector Insurance Insurance

Development of insurance sector, Components of the sector, Regulatory landscape. Penetration levels and Foreign participation, Expected growth trajectory of the sector. Challenges faced by the players.
Guest faculty - Insurance Guest faculty - Insurance

27 28

24-Sep-13 26-Sep-13

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