Financial Markets and Institutions
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Marcia Millon is the Cornett Robert A. and Julia E. Dorn Professor of Finance at Bentley University. She received her BS degree in economics from Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, and her MBA and PhD degrees in finance from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Dr. Cornett has written and published several articles in the areas of bank performance, bank regulation, corporate finance, and investments.
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Poison pill, when a company issues more shares to prevent being bought out by another company, thereby increasing the number of outstanding shares to be bought by the hostile company making the bid to establish majority. The key areas of the syllabus examined are that of the role and functioning of the domestic and global financial system, the role of the non-deposit financial institutions such as investment trusts, unit trusts, the insurance industry and pension funds; as well as introduces students to the role and functioning of the markets within which the financial institutions/intermediaries operate, such as the money market, the bond market, the Eurocurrency markets, the equity market and the markets for derivative instruments. Finally, the module concludes with the examination of prior global and domestic financial crises. I’m grateful to Daniel Franklin, the Executive Editor of The Economist magazine, who has posed a series of thought-provoking questions to me, to help shape our discussion.Second: We must pay close attention to financial-stability risks by improving climate risk-assessment frameworks and by developing proper mitigation strategies. That entails conducting diagnostic exercises to measure physical risks and transition risks, and carrying out climate-risk stress-testing for the banking and corporate sectors, when needed. Perhaps the most likely outcome is somewhere in-between the “best case” scenario and the “worst case” scenario: where we delay — either through inertia or inattention — making the difficult choices that we know we must make, sooner or later. All these continuing trends will interact in profound ways — and they will need careful management. The fact that these trends are happening at the same time — and that they will interact and influence each other—makes sound management and good governance all the more important.
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Fourth, in geopolitics: The increasing multipolar nature of the world — with new actors gaining influence — will continue to have impacts on global trade, including supply chains, and financial networks. This could change the current multilateral landscape, and globalization more generally. Such changes must be resolved in mutually acceptable ways. The increasing number of large global corporations is also likely to present new challenges for policymaking across various areas, such as taxation, regulation, the provision of services and market power. There is one item of coursework for this module which contributes to the final assessment mark for this module.Lenvinson, M. (2018) The Economist Guide To Financial Markets: Why they exist and how they work 7th Edition. London: Profile Books Ltd Money market: Money market is a market for dealing with the financial assets and securities which have a maturity period of up to one year. In other words, it is a market for purely short-term funds.