Degree course: 
Corso di Second cycle degree in ECONOMICS, FINANCE AND BUSINESS LAW
Academic year when starting the degree: 
Academic year in which the course will be held: 
Course type: 
Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class
Second semester
Standard lectures hours: 
Detail of lecture’s hours: 
Lesson (40 hours)

Knowledge of basic items in structure, tasks and regulation of a financial system (intermediaries and markets), given in the course of Economics of Financial Intermediaries (9CFU) or similar for students coming from other Universities

Final Examination: 
Voto Finale

The course gives basic elements about main items, tasks and instruments in banking management.
A student will get a comprehension of basic items in banking management and will be able to give a representation about single management areas and tools.
Expected learning result can be described as follows:
- understand links between banking management objectives and single management areas
- understand consequences on a bank financial position, profitability and risk generated by main activities and operations
- know and understand relations between management choices and burdens coming from specific regulation
- aknowledge risk consequences deriving from main management choices in a bank
- know and use techinical language and terms used at a international level, particularly english

1. A bank as a private company: microeconomic themes
1.1.The production process in banks and its economic effects
1.2.Business and legal models in banking; the relationship between banks and territory
2. Objectives and constraints in banking management.
2.1 Value creation as a primary task
2.2 Economic and financial equilibrium
2.3 The links between prudential regulation and management rules
2.4. The balance sheet analysis for a bank. Basic items
3. Banking management as risk management
3.1 Banking risks: categories and measurement techniques
3.2 Financial management and asset and liability management
3.3 Credit risk: definition, measurement and management
3.4 Market risk: definition, measurement and management
3.3 Operational and reputational risks: definition, measurement and management
4. The traditional management areas for a bank
4.1 Funding and liabilities management
4.2 Credit management
4.3 Securities portfolio management
4.4 Liquidity and cash management
4.5 Own funds: structure and connected policies

To be defined