Banking Strategies & Wealth Management
The course provides an introduction to the elaboration of a Strategy for a Financial Institution, starting from the understanding of the financial environment and the macro trends characterizing the banking processes, down to client’s segments, products and services, and business areas (retail banking, private banking, commercial banking, investment banking and asset management). Complementary to finance and investments tracks, this course mainly focuses on a holistic, cross-disciplinary wealth management approach, and provides content on wealth governance, family advisory, wealth structuring and succession planning. Moreover, it adopts a value chain based approach, analyzing and challenging the current business model while re-assessing the role of the relationship management.
Some “case study” will be analyzed in class, giving students the possibility to learn from more than 25 years of experiences accumulated by the lecturer.
Requested Material and Readings - Provided by the lecturer.
Provide students with a clear understanding on how financial intermediaries react to the changing financial environment and adhere to new standards, while learning about their key processes and relevant value chain.
Four-hours class each week for a total of 56 hours/semester.
Written. Divided into 2 sections: multiple choice questions (40% of evaluation), open questions (60% of evaluation)
- Master of Science in Economics in Finance, Lecture, 1st year