BANKING DIPLOMA EXAMINATION PART-II

DETAILED SYLLABUS AND SUGGESTED READING MATERIALS FOR

EXAMINATION PART-II

PAPER 1 : MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

Full Marks : 100

MODULE A: INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

An Overview of Banks and Non-Banks and Their Services, Economic Analysis of Financial Institutions, Impact of Govt. Policy and Regulations, Financial Statements of Financial Institutions.

Module  B: Asset-Liability Management (ALM) Techniques

Asset and Liability Management Strategy, Fund Management Strategy, Interest Rate Risks-Gap and Duration Management, Futures, Options and Other ALM Techniques, Investment Functions and Instruments, Demand for Supply of Liquidity, Liquidity Problems-Strategies for Liquidity Management.

Module  C: Managing Sources of Funds

Deposit and Non-Deposit Funds, Off-Balance Sheet Sources Securitization, Loan Sale etc.    Management of Capital BASEL-II Framework (BB Guideline).

Module D: Profitability and Productivity and Consumers

Measuring and Evaluating Financial Institutions Performance, CAMELS Rating.

Module E: Risk Management of Financial Institutions

Risk Identification, Measurement, Mitigation Technique, Core Risk Management Guidelines of     Bangladesh Bank, Market Risk, Operational Risk & Reputation Risk.

References

1. Core Risk Management Guidelines of Bangladesh Bank.

2. Mishkin, Frederic S. The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets.

Harper- Collins, New York.

3.Rose, Peter S. Commercial Bank Management. IRWIN, International Edition, New York.

PAPER 2 : LENDING OPERATIONS AND RISK MANAGEMENT

Full Marks : 100

Module A : Introduction of Loan Portfolio Management in Financial Institution

Credit Planning, Policy and Vision, Complete Transaction.

Module B : Principles of Good Lending and Credit Process

Different Types of Borrowers and Loan Accounts, Selection of a Borrower, Loan Interviewing and Credit Investigation, Loan Sanctioning and Disbursement Process.

Module C : Commercial Lending Environment

Characteristics of a Good Credit Officer, Features of Good Loan Policies.

Module D : Basic Financial Analysis

Financial Statement Analysis, Financial Spread Sheet: Communize and Comparative Financial

Statements, Cash Flow, Fund Flow, Ratio Analysis, Credit Scoring System.

Module E : Term Lending by Banks

Appraisal of Term Lending Cases, Technical Aspect, Marketing Aspect, Managerial Aspect, Financial Aspect and Economic Aspect, Cost of The Project and Means of Financing, Capital Budgeting Techniques, Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Economic Rate of Return (ERR), Cost-Volume-Profit Relationships.

Module F : Working Capital Lending

Requirements, Estimation and Techniques.

Module G : Financial Projection

Projected Financial Statements, Cash Budget.

Module H : Lending Risk Management

Concept and Technique, Credit Risk Grading (CRG) Techniques, Bangladesh Bank Guidelines and Regulations, Portfolio Risk Assessment and Management Technique, Asset Securitsation, Credit Derivatives, Loan Syndication, Loan Sales etc.

Module I : Loan Structuring and Pricing

Module J : Modes of Charging Securities, Loan Documentation

Module- H :  Follow-up, Repayment and Reporting, Problem Loans

References

1    Bedi,  H.L.   and  V.K.   Hardikar. Practical  Banking  Advances.

Institute  of  Banking       Studies, India.

2    IBB guidelines and Circulars.

3    Morsman,  Jr.  Edgar  M.  Commercial   Loan   Portfolio   Management.

Robert  Morris Associates, U.S.A

4    Ruth, George E. Commercial Lending. American Bankers Association, U.S.A.

5    Signoriello,  Vincent J. Commercial Loan Practices and Operations.

Bankers Publishing Company, U.S.A.

6    Simha, S.L.N. Credit Management. IFMR, Madras.

PAPER 3 :  INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE

Full Marks : 100

Module A: An Overview of Foreign Trade

          Importance and Trends of International Trade

          Composition and Trends of Bangladesh Foreign Trade

          The Role of WTO for Removal of Tariff and Non-Tariff Barriers

          Inco-Terms Terms Used in the International Trade

          Payments and Clearing Unions EU, NAFTA, LAFTA, ACU

          Balance of Trade and Balance of Payments

          Salient Features of Export and Import Policies of Bangladesh

          Incentives Including GSP for Exports from Bangladesh

Module B: General Knowledge Regarding

International Organizations Like IMF, World Bank, IFC, IDA, ADB, Islamic Development Bank (IDB), etc.

Module C: Role of Banks in Foreign Trade

Methods of Settlement of Payments for International Trade

Cross Border Fund Transfer Systems Including SWIFT and Other Forms of Electronic Fund Transfers

Documents Used in International Trade and Their Scrutiny by the Banks

Main Features of Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCPDC) (ICC Publication No.600)

Main Features Uniform Rules for Collection (ICC Publication No. URC 522)

Arrangement for Settlement of International Payments: Correspondence Relationship,

Nostro And Vostro Accounts

Module C: Protection Against Risk in Foreign Trade

Precautions Against Common Frauds and Forgeries

Protection Against Political and Economic Risks and

Export Credit Guarantee Schemes in Force in Bangladesh

Module D: Exchange Control Regulations

Salient Features of Foreign Exchange Regulation Act, 1947

Exchange Control Regulations Regarding Forex Operation by Authorised Foreign Exchange Dealers

Foreign Investment in Bangladesh Including Export Processing Zones

Special Provisions in the Anti-Money Laundering Act, 2008 Affecting International Payments

Module E: Exchange Rates

Changing Pattern of Exchange Rates Since World War I

Factors Affecting Exchange Rates

Various Types of Exchange Rates

Management of Exchange Rates in Bangladesh

Module F: Foreign Exchange Markets

In Bangladesh

Overseas and

Euro-Currency Market

Module G: Dealing In Foreign Exchange

Foreign Exchange Positions

Trading in Foreign Exchange

Offshore Banking Operations

Lending and Borrowing in Foreign Currencies and

Derivatives in Foreign Currencies

Module H: Financing of Foreign Trade in Bangladesh

Various Forms of Financing Exports From and Imports into Bangladesh

Arrangements and Forms of Export From and Imports into Bangladesh

Role of Bangladesh Bank Regarding Export and Import Finance

Module I: Exchange Arithmetic

Selection of Buying and Selling Rates for Spot and Forward Transactions

Calculation for Buying and Selling Rates, Spot, Forward and SWAP, for Export and Import Bills,

Investment and Other Miscellaneous Payments.

References

1         Ali, Syed Ashraf: Foreign Exchange and Financing and Risk Management, 2nd Edition, Mowla Brothers (Dhaka, Bangladesh).

2         Andly, K. K. : Foreign Exchange.

3         Awasthi, G. D. Trade Payments (Academy of Business Studies, Delhi, India).

4         Keskamat. V. V. : Foreign Exchange  An Introduction.

5         Lall, G. S.  Finance of Foreign Trade and Foreign Exchange (HPJ Kappor, New Delhi.).

6         Verghese, S. K. : Foreign Exchange and Financing of Foreign Trade.

7         Watson, A. J. W. : Finance of International Trade (Institute of Bankers, London).

8         Whiting, D. P. : Finance of International Trade (McDonald & Evans).

9         Wheble B. S. : Uniform Rules for Collection (Chartered Institute of Bankers, London).

PAPER 4 : INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN FINANCIAL SERVICES

Full Marks : 100

Module A: Introduction to IT and Computer Systems

Concept and Importance of IT, Role of IT in Financial and Business World. MIS. Electronic Banking and Electronic Commerce.

Computer Hardware  Anatomy of Computer, Types of Computers, Central Processing Unit (CPU), Main Memory, Computer Systems, Peripheral Controllers, Peripherals (Terminal, Printer, Floppy Drive, Disk Drive, Compact Disk, Tape Drive, Cartridge, Tape Drive Graph Plotter, Mark Sense Readers, Etc.), Current Trends.

Computer Software  Need for Software, What is Software ? Types of Software, Systems Software, Operating Systems, Language Translators (Compilers, Interpreters), Programming Language Data Base Management Systems (DBMS), 4th Generation Language Tools, Application Software, Application Areas, Packaged and Tailored Software, Software Development, Current Trends.

Module B: Security Considerations

Accidental Damage, Power Failures, Malicious Damage, Operational Problems, Data, Encryption and Decryption, Standards, Audit Trails. Accountability, Liability & Control ; System Vulnerability & Abuse ; Creating Control Environment ; Internet Security ; Development A Control Structure ; Ensuring System Quality.

Module C: Different Approaches to Bank Mechanization

Stand Alone Computer System, Local Area Networks (LAN), Local Processing With Batch Updates, On-Line Updates With Shadow Posting, Remote Computing Facility With Batched Input  On Line Systems With Mini Computer Networking and With Mainframe Computer, Duplication of Databases at Different Levels.

Module D: Electronic Payment Systems & Funds Transfer Systems

Teller Machines at Bank Counters, Cash Dispensers, Stand Alone Automated Teller Machines (ATMs), ATM with On-Line Inquiry and Update Facilities, Home Banking & E-Commerce (Corporate and Personal).

Plain Messages (Telex or Data Communication), Structured Messages (SWIFT, Etc.), Direct Fund Settlement Systems (CHIPS, Etc.), two Level Funds Transfer Settlement (FEDWIRE, BANKWIRE Point-of Sale Systems).

Module E: Document Handling Systems, Additional Banking Applications & Other Aspects

Cheque Sorting and Balancing Systems (MICR, OCR, Etc.), Document Storage and Retrieval Systems(Microfilming), Document Transmission Systems (FAX).

Inter-Branch Reconciliation, Foreign Exchange Dealing, Investment Management Systems, Cash Management Systems, Statistical Analysis.

Personal Identification Numbers and Their Use in Conjunction with Magnetic Cards of Both Credit and Debit Types, SMART Cards, Signature Storage and Display by Electronic Means, Cheque Truncation, Microfische, Note and Coin Counting Devices.

Module F: Risk Management and Legal Framework in IT

National ICT Policy 2002, ICT Act-2006, Bangladesh Bank Guidelines, Cyber Law

References

1          Bajwa K.S.  Bank Mechanisation (Skylark Publication).

2          Different journals and periodicals on computer.

3          Hunt R. and Shelley J.  Computer and Common Sense (Prentice-Hall of India Private Limited, Latest Edition).

4          Lipis, Marschall, Linkers  Electronics Banking (John Wiley and Sons).

5          Rangarajan Committee Report  Mechanisation and Automation in the Banking Industry, Reserve Bank of India (1984).

6          Rajgopalan R.  Understanding Computer (Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd.)

7          Study of Use of Modern Tools in Banking (Indian Banks Association, 1993).

8          Srivastava  Computer Application in Banks (Bankers Training College, Reserve Bank of India).

PAPER 5 : MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING

Full Marks : 100

Module A: Definition and Scope of Management Accounting

The Place of Management Accounting/Short comings of The Traditional Methods of Credit Analysis

Its Definition and Scope, Distinction Between Financial Accounting and Management Accounting  Role of Management Accountant  Analysis and Interpretation of Finance Statements.

Planning Process

Setting of Objectives

Module B: Costing and Pricing

Methods of Costing  Classification of Costs  Implication of Costing for Bankers

Objectives of Pricing  Common Misconceptions in Pricing  Cost, Volume, Profit Relationship  Break-Even Analysis  Limitations of Break-Even Analysis  Planning for Profit.

Module C: Budgeting and Expenditure

Importance of Budgeting

Objectives of Budgeting  Preparation of Budgets  Importance of Budgets to Bankers, Standard Costing Control Through Budgets.

Method of Appraisal; Shortcomings of Appraisal Methods Capital Budgeting  Its Importance to Lending Banker.

Module D: Planning for Liquidity

Cash Flow Forecast  Objectives of Cash Flow  Preparing A Cash Flow Forecast/Using The Cash Flow/Cash Flow Forecast and Lending Banker.

Statement of Sources and Application of Funds

Module E: Working Capital Management

Factors Affecting Working Capital Requirements Short Term Financial Forecasts  Assessment of Working Capital  Production and Operating Cycle  Inventory Management  Cash and Receivables Managements  Methods of Financing Working Capital  Different Forms of Bank Credit  Management Reports  Types of Information and its Relevance to Banks

Module F: Leasing and Hire Purchase

Financing Against Lease  Forms of Lease Financing  Economics of Leasing-Financing against Hire Purchase Agreements  Relative Merits of Leasing Finance and Hire Purchase Finance from Customer”s and Lending Bank”s Point of View

References

1          Bhattacharya, S. K. and John Deanden Accounting for Management : Texts & Cases Hingorani & Chawla. Management Accounting (Indian Institute of Bankers, Published by Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai, India).

2          Egginton, D. A.  Accounting for the Banker, (Longman).

3          Fisher, J.  Financial Analysis and Management Accounting for the Banker (The Institute of             Bankers in Scotland).

4          Kuchhal, S. C.  Financial Management  An Analytical & Conceptual Approach.

5          Khan, Md. Mainuddin  Advanced Accounting (Ideal Library Dhaka).

6          Pitcher, M. A.  Management Accounting for the Lending Bankers.

B    OPTIONAL SUBJECTS

PAPER 6(a) : CENTRAL BANKING AND MONETARY POLICY

Full Marks : 100

Module A : Introduction to Central Banking

Central Bank in The Financial System, Evolution, Characteristics, Objectives, Philosophy and Functions of Central Banks, Relationship Between Central Bank and Govt., Central Bank and Commercial Banks, Modern Central Banking, Autonomy of Central Bank, Separation Between Supervisory and Monetary Authorities.

Module B : Supervision of Financial Institutions

Theory, Objectives and Agencies of Bank Examination/Regulation, Methods of Bank Examination, On Site and Off-Site (CEMELS Rating), Deposit Insurance and Bank Failures. Risk Management and Internal Control Mechanism. Basic Guidelines on Bank Supervision, Supervision of Non-Banks & Other Financial Institutions.

Module C : Monetary Policy

Money and is Functions, Demand for and Supply of Money, Multiple Deposit Creation, Determinations of Money Supply, Monetary Base and Money Multiplier, Conduct of Monetary Policy-Tools, Targets, Goals and Monetary Transmission Mechanism.

Module D : Central Banking and Monetary Management in Bangladesh

Bangladesh Bank order, 1972; Prudential Regulation, Monetary Policy of Bangladesh.

Module E : Exchange & Reserve Management

Exchange Rate Policy, Fixed & Floating Rate, Relationship with International Monetary Intuitions, Foreign Currency Investment.

References

1          Ahmed, A.K.N. Of Deregulation and Central Bank Autonomy. University Press Ltd, Dhaka.

2          Bangladesh Bank Publications.

3          BIS. Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision.

4          Dekock, M.H. Central Banking

5          Mishkin, Frederic, S. The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets.  Harper             Collins, New York.

6          Sheng, Andrew. Bank Supervision. Principles and Practice. EDI Working Paper.

7          Smith, Gray. Money, Banking and Financial Intermediation. Heath and Company, Lexington, D.C.

8          Vittas, Dimitri. Financial Regulation. The World Bank, Washington.

PAPER 6(b) : AGRICULTURE AND MICROFINANCE

Full Marks : 100

Module A: Agriculture Finance

Need for Agricultural Finance, Institutional and Non-Institutional Sources, Types of              Agrifinance-Crop and Non-Crop, Agro-Based Project Financing – Procedures and Collaterals in Agrifinance  Problems of Agrifinance. Role of Commercial Bank and Specialized Banks in Agrifinance  Recovery of Agricultural Credit  Public Demand Recovery Act.

Module B: Evolution of Micro Credit

Historical Development of Micro Credit, Micro Credit and Micro Finance, Micro Credit and Poverty Alleviation.

Module C: Policy and Legal Framework

Regulatory Requirements and Policy Support for the Development of the Micro Finance Activities, Government Policy and Legal Framework Regarding Micro Finance in Bangladesh, Role of Government and Central Bank  Micro Credit Regulatory Authority (MRA) in Bangladesh.

Module D: Micro and Rural Financial Products and Services

Credit-Requirements of Collateral Security, Collateral Substitutes, Saving-Compulsory Deposit System, Insurance, Payment Services, Social Intermediation, Enterprise Development Services, Cash Flow Analysis.

Module E: Micro Financial Institutions (MFIs)

Micro Financial Institutions and their Objectives, Target Market and Impact Analysis, Formal, Semi-Formal and Informal Financial Institutions, Institutional Growth and Transformation, Linkages Among Different Types of MFIS and Between Banks and MFIS. Social Services of the MFIS.

Module F: Performance Assessment

Repayment Rates, Financial Viability, Profitability, Leverage and Capital Adequacy, Borrowers Viability and Poverty Alleviation.

Module G: Role of MFIs in Rural Finance and Poverty Alleviation in Bangladesh

Role of BKB, RAKUB, Grameen Bank, BRAC, ASA, PRASHIKA, BRDB and PKSF as the Micro/Rural Financial Institutions in poverty alleviation

References

1          Annual Reports of BKB, RAKUB, PKSF, Bangladesh Bank Credit Norms etc

2          Ledgerwood, Joanna, Micro Finance Handbook- An Institutional and Financial Perspective, The World Bank Washington D.C

3          Wood, Geoffrey D and Sharif, Ifath A, (Ed.) Who Needs Credit-Poverty and finance in Bangladesh, UPL, Dhaka.

PAPER 6(c) : SME AND CONSUMER BANKING

Full Marks : 100

Module A: Role of SME

Role of SMEs in The Economic Development of Bangladesh, Policy Environment and Initiatives of SMEs, Experiences of SME Foundation.

Module B: Sources and Modes of SME Finance

Role of FIs, Bangladesh Bank Guidelines, Equity Entrepreneurship Fund (EEF), NGOs, Venture Capitalists and Informal Sector.

Module C: Formulation of Business Plan and Project Appraisal for SMEs

Essentials of Business Plans  Sector Specific Requirements  Project Appraisal Marketing Aspect, Technical Aspect, Financial Aspect, Cash Flow Analysis, Financial Projections, Cost of The Project and Means of Financing, Break-Even Point, Capital Budgeting Techniques, NPV, BCR and IRR, Assessment of Working Capital, Assessment of Risks, Identification and Selection of Entrepreneurs.

Module D: Operational Procedures in SME Financing

Asset Based Financing, Factoring, Leasing, Tripartite Agreements, Documentation and Creation of Charges on Securities, Repayment Schedule of Loans, Monitoring and Counseling.

Module E: Consumer Banking

Overall Objectives, Critical Elements of Consumer Banking, Consumer Banking Products, Operational Aspects, Legal Framework and Bangladesh Bank Guidelines.

Module F: Recovery of SME and Consumer Credit

Identification of Non-Performing Loans, Procedures Relating to Recovery- Legal and Non-Legal aspects.

References

1          Bangladesh Bank reports

2          Reports of SME Foundations
PAPER 6(d) : ISLAMIC BANKING

Full Marks : 100

Module A: Islamic Economics

Islamic Economics- Meaning and Scope, Nature of Economic Laws, Islam and Other Economic Systems, Consumption and Production in Islam, Distribution of Wealth in Islam, Trade and Commerce in Islam, Islamic Approach to Money, Banking and Monetary Policy.

Module B: Interest in Islam

Interest in Islam, Meaning of Riba, Conceptual Issues Related to Riba, Comparative Difference Between Interest and Profit, Classical and Keynesian Views on Interest.

Module C: Islamic Banking

Objectives and Functions, Global Experiences, Operational Mechanism of Islamic Banking System of Guarantee, Non-Banking Services of Islamic Banks, Islamic Bank and Central Bank, Conventional vis–vis Islamic Banking.

Module D: Deposit Mobilization Process

Wadia and Mudraba Accounts their Characteristics and Mode of Operations.

Module E: Investment and Operation of Islamic Banks

Musharaka, Mudaraba, Murabaha, Bai-E-Muazzal, Bai-E-Salam, Hire Purchases, Quarz E Hasana, Lease Finance, Auction Investment, Syndicated Investment, Term Investment.

Module F: Fund Management in Islamic Banking

Asset  Liability Management (ALM), Liquidity Management, Liquidity Versus Profitability, Liquidity Theories and Islamic Banking  Risk Management in Islamic Bank.

Module G: Foreign Exchange Operation of Islamic Bank

Import and Export Financing, Methods of Trade Payments  Exchange Rates  Applicable Rates for FEX Operations.

Module H: Central Banking in Islamic Framework

Central Banking in Islamic Framework  Monetary Policy in Islam  Banking Supervision.

Module I: Rural Finance, Welfare and Ancillary Services of Islamic Banking

Module J: Role of Shariah Council

Need for Shariah Board  Relationship with Board of Directors and Central Bank, Power and Function of Shariah Councils.

Module K: Experience of Islamic Banks at National and International Level

References

1          Ahmed, Shaikh Mahmud. Towards Interest Free Banking. International Islamic Publisher, Delhi

2          Choudhury, Masudul Alam. Money in Islam, Routledge, London

3          Hasan, Kabir M. A Text Book on Islamic Banking

4          Hoque, Ataul, Readings in Islamic Banking Islamic Foundation Bangladesh

5          Mannan, M A, Islamic Economics- Theory and Practice, New Delhi, India

6          Rahman, M.M and Rahman, B.M.H. Islamic Finance System

7          Shaghil, M, Islamic Economics New Delhi, India

PAPER 6(e) : INVESTMENT BANKING AND LEASE FINANCING

Full Marks : 100

Module A :       Investment Banking

Investment Banking  Functions and Score Investment Setting Investment Return and Risk, Asset Allocation, Security Market Instruments.

Module B : Primary Security Markets

Management of Capital Issues, Undertaking, Issue of Prospectus, Private Placement, Mutual Fund (open ended and closed ended)

Module C : Secondary Market

Dealing vs Brokering- Dealer Activity-Managing Dealer Risk-Financing Dealer Inventory- Brokerage Activity, Possible Abuses by Brokers, Security-Market Indicators. Central Deposit, Stop Exchange.

Module D : Portfolio Management

Introduction to Portfolio Management, Some Background Assumptions, Asset Pricing Models, Efficient Capital Markets.

Module E : Portfolio Analysis

Financial Statement Analysis- Major Financial Statement, Analysis of Financial Ratios, Economic Analysis, Relating Economic Analysis to Efficient Market, Forecasting Tools, The Nature of Effective Economic Forecast, Industry Analysis, Company Analysis.

Module F : Technical Analysis

Concepts of Technical Analysis, Challenges to Technical Analysis, Advantages, of Technical Analysis, Technical Trading Rules and Indicators.

Module G : Security Valuation

Security Valuation  Overview of the Valuation Process. Theory of Valuation, Bond Fundamentals and Valuation of Bonds-Computing Bond Yields. Valuation of Equities.

Module H : Lease Financing

Concept of Lease  Different Forms of Lease Financing vs. Operating Leaser Financing Evaluating  Lease Financing in Relation to Debt Financing : Lessees Perspective-Financing Evaluation : Lessees Perspective Advantages of Lease Financing. Practices of Lease Financing in Bangladesh.

Module I : Investment Banking Structure in Bangladesh

Structure, Legal Framework, Performance, Role of SEC (Prevention of Insider Lending and Investor Protection), ICB (Institutional Investor), DSE and CEC Corporate Merger, Restructuring, Acquisition, Corporate Advisory

References

1          Different Publications of SEC, DSE and CSE.

2          Francis, J.C.-Investment (McGraw Hill, Singapore).

3          Hirt, G. A. ad Stanley B. Block-Fundamentals of Investment Management  (IRWIN, U.S.A.)

4          Public Issue Rules, 1998.

5          Reily, Frank, K. and Edger A. Norton-Investments  (The Dryden Press, U.S.A.)

6          Securities & Exchange Ordinance, 1969.

7          Sharpe, W.F.-Investments (Prentice-Hall Inc., U.S.A.)

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PAPER 6(f): TREASURY MANAGEMENT (Optional Subject)

Full Marks: 100

Chapter 1 Introduction to Treasury

Function of Treasury

The Market

Key Variables in Treasury Management

What is Liquidity

The Role of Central Bank

Treasury as a profit center of the bank

Chapter 2 Reserves

Operational Reserve

Statutory Reserve Requirement

Government Securities

Chapter 3  Asset Liability Management

Liquidity Management

Tools of Liquidity Management

Balance Sheet & Capital Planning

Transfer Pricing of Assets & Liability

ALCO

Chapter 4  Foreign Exchange Management

Fx Markets

FX Quote Conventions

Net Open Position

Assessing Exposure to Risk

Forward & FX Swap Pricing

Foreign Exchange Trading

Chapter 5 Money Market

Money Market Instruments

Participants of Money Market

Treasury Bill Market of Bangladesh

Repo & Reverse Repo

Swap

Chapter 6  Fixed Income

Fixed Income Market

Fixed Income Instruments

Bond Pricing & Yield to Maturity

Duration & Convexity

Primary & Secondary Market

Chapter 7  Basic Derivatives

FX Derivatives

Interest Rate Derivatives

Commodity Derivatives

Credit Derivatives

Chapter 8  Market Risk Management

Risk Factors in a Bank

FX Risk Management

Interest Rate Risk Management

Risk Management Limits & Reporting

Implication of Basel II

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