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    Pepperdine University
   
 
  Sep 24, 2017
 
2017-2018 Graziadio Academic Catalog 
  
2017-2018 Graziadio Academic Catalog

FINC 621 Capital Markets (2)


The primary emphasis of this course concerns the principles and practice of financial intermediation. Domestic and international aspects of financial institutions and their markets, securities, and the regulatory environment are described, discussed, and analyzed. Specific topics include financial (depository investment and contractual) intermediaries; financial markets (encompassing the money market, stock market, corporate bond market, financial asset options market, commodity futures market, financial asset futures markets, and secondary mortgage markets); and the international financial system. This course includes experiential learning activities with money center and regional banks, savings and loan associations, credit unions, pension funds, life insurance companies, mutual funds, and a regional stock market. Prerequisite(s): Full-Time-ACCT 602 Cost Accounting (2)  or equivalent and FINC 604 Managerial Finance (2)  or FINC 614 Finance (4)  and FINC 614B Advanced Financial Management (2) . Fully Employed-FINC 655 Financial Management of the Firm (4) .