SCHOOL            FLAME SCHOOL OF BUSINESSCourse            Commercial Banking & Bank Management (CBBM)                  P...
Requirements         discuss the reading assignments and other material. There will be a final                     exam an...
#    TOPIC                          READINGS                    CASES/ASSIGNMENTS 1   Introduction &     Expectations2    ...
adequacy12   ALM, credit rating, pricing,   PPB Unit 36            Global Banking crisis and     securitization of assets ...
23   Dynamics of bank          PPB Unit 34, 35, 37     marketing and marketing     channels24   Dynamics of bank     marke...
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  1. 1. SCHOOL FLAME SCHOOL OF BUSINESSCourse Commercial Banking & Bank Management (CBBM) Prof. Ravindran Menon ravi_menon24@yahoo.co.in +91Faculty 9923431035AcademicAssociateOffice TimingsMax. Class Size 35 CBBM provides a framework to the students to understand the institution of Banking and its catalyst role as financial intermediaries. The course concentrates on the various statutes governing the banks and its pivotal role as creators of money. It addresses the need to improve the banking literacy by conveying important banking concepts, tools and techniques. The course focuses on Bank’s role as financial intermediaries Private banking and corporate banking International trade & financeIntroduction Operational risk management New banking products and bank marketing Students learn the intricacies of universal banking, along with the challenging role that banks face in meeting the business needs of its evolving clientele. The entire gamut of banking services and products are covered with particular reference to banker– customer relationships, various types of bank accounts & credit facilities, pricing mechanism of banks, asset liability management, financial risk, hedging mechanism and innovative banking products. Emphasis is also given to the topics of bank marketing and delivery channels. This course deals with understanding: 1. Evolution of Universal Banks 2. Ancilliary services of Banks 3. Financial sector reformsObjectives 4. Employment of funds 5. Risk management 6. International Trade Finance 7. Marketing of new financial products & delivery channelsClass Attendance is required at lectures and students should be prepared to
  2. 2. Requirements discuss the reading assignments and other material. There will be a final exam and three writing assignments. Students are expected to actively participate in the deliberations, individually and group wise. The course largely adopts case method. Every student comes to the class fully prepared. The students will prepare the assigned cases, readings, exercises, and discuss them in the class. In case of graded groupMethodology assignments the discussion should be strictly limited to the group members. In a typical session, few students may be asked to start the discussion and then rest of the class can participate. Any violation of the academic integrity shall be dealt with very serious penalties. Indian Institute Of Bankig & Finance Principles & Practice Of Banking , MacmillanText Books Justin paul & Padmalatha Suresh Management of Banking and Financial Services , Pearson Edition P N Varshney Banking Law and Prctice, Sultanchand & SonsReserve Readings Raghu Palat Retail Banking Executive excellence books C.Jeevanandam Foreign Exchange – Practice, concepts and control ,Additional Sultanchand & SonsSuggested Readings Dr Lalit K Bansal Merchant Banking and Financial Services Two fold evaluation viz. understanding of concepts and application of theory to problems shall be applied to surprise quizzes, presentations,Evaluation take home assignments and group projects. Groups shall make succinct presentations. The group size shall not exceed three members (min two members). Class Participation (Individual) 20% Submissions (Group) 25%Grading Quizzes / tests/case study (Individual) 30% Term Exam (Individual) 25%Field Trip NA
  3. 3. # TOPIC READINGS CASES/ASSIGNMENTS 1 Introduction & Expectations2 Why Banks? Evolution of Principles & Practices of banking. Financial markets Banking (PPB) Unit 1 and structure of the banking system. Indian Joint stock Banks and their functions. Categories of banks and functions of Central Bank3 Statutes governing banks, Principles & Practices of Retail Banking, Wholesale Banking (PPB) Unit 1, 2 & and International Banking 34 Banker-Customer, rights PPB Unit 12 & 13 and obligations of bankers5 Various types of customers PPB Unit 15 Exercises in operational & accounts banking6 KYC norms & NRE PPB Unit 12 accounts7 Negotiable Instruments Act PPB Unit 14 Sec 138 Return of cheques 18818 Ancillary services & fee PPB Unit 16 Identify the importance of based income fee based Income & comparison between banks9 Bancassurance PPB Unit 4, 5, 6 Merchant banking, mutual funds, wealth management10 Financial sector reforms – PPB Unit 27 Income recognition, asset classification and provisioning11 Operational risk PPB Unit 8 Why “too- big- to- fail management, Basel banks” failed? committee norms, capital
  4. 4. adequacy12 ALM, credit rating, pricing, PPB Unit 36 Global Banking crisis and securitization of assets & asset securitisation credit derivatives13 Employment of funds – PPB Unit 10, 25,26 fund based, non-fund based and asset based, CIBIL, Modes of Charge on securities14 Analysis of financial ratios PPB Unit 17 How much credit to be and working capital provided? management15 Sustainable bank credit PPB Unit 20 linkage – MSME financing16 Personal Banking – personal PPB Unit 23 Understanding a Bank’s loans, home loans, balance sheet – YES Bank educational loans, consumer loans17 International Trade and Foreign Exchange – Rejection of documents finance – methods of C.Jeevanandam part 4 under documentary letters payment, INCOTERMS, of credit - discrepancies documentary letters of credit UCP600, Bills for collection , bank guarantees18 Foreign exchange rates, Foreign Exchange – Case study – seizing FEMA, documents in C.Jeevanandam part 3 opportunity in adversity foreign trade19 Pre shipment finance, Foreign Exchange – export credit, ECGC, C.Jeevanandam part 5 factoring, forfaiting20 Banks and the corporate Group Exercise world21 International Banking and Group Exercise MNC Banks22 New financial products and PPB Unit 30 delivery channels
  5. 5. 23 Dynamics of bank PPB Unit 34, 35, 37 marketing and marketing channels24 Dynamics of bank marketing and marketing channels25 Course review and Wrap Up

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