BFC-B-01: Introduction to Banking and Financial Control

Summer Term 2019

Course Description

The course is an introduction into the field of banking and financial control. At first students learn the fundamental theories and concepts of finance, management control, and accounting. Furthermore, the course deals with theoretical principles of financial intermediaries and derivative trading as well as the state preference theory. The module covers the following aspects:

  • Business objectives and decisions
  • Fisher separation
  • Financial decision accounting under certainty
  • Accounting and financial decision accounting
  • Financial ratios
  • Financial control, capital costs and valuation under uncertainty
  • Financial instruments
  • Derivatives

Course and exam language: German

The Module in the Study Program

  • Module: BFC-B-01
  • Course level: Bachelor
  • Recommended semester: 1-2
  • ECTS-Credits: 6
  • For information on the status of the course in the study program please refer to the website of the examining board ("Prüfungsausschuss")

Bibliography & Course Material

The corresponding bibliography and further information on the course can be found in the course catalogue ("Modulhandbuch") available for download through https://www.uni-bamberg.de/sowi/pa/bwlewwipaed.

Course material as well as a detailed course syllabus will be provided on the Virtual Campus. The access code will be communicated in the course of the first lecture and may be requested by e-mail to bwl-bfc(at)uni-bamberg.de.

Registration & Scheduling

Registration and deregistration for the exam online through FlexNow! during the official registration period of the Faculty for Social Sciences, Economics, and Business Administration.

Übungen

BFC-B-01: Einführung in das Banking und Finanzcontrolling, Übung
SWS
Thomas Schmidl

Repetitorien

BFC-B-01: Einführung in das Banking und Finanzcontrolling, Repetitorium (Gruppe A)
SWS
Thomas Schmidl
BFC-B-01: Einführung in das Banking und Finanzcontrolling, Repetitorium (Gruppe B)
SWS
Thomas Schmidl