• Modalidad: Presencial
    •   Inicio: 30/09/2019

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      Fin: 17/12/2020
    • Duración: 600 h
    • Horario: L – J:9:00-14:00 h
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      Admisión: Noviembre y Diciembre
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Top Ranked Programme- IEB Master in International Finance- MADRID- HONG KONG- PHILADELPHIA- NEW YORK AND LONDON

The globalization set in motion during the last century is consolidating in this 21st century. Social affairs, the world of culture, politics and the economy are breaking national boundaries and jumping vertiginously from one continent to another. The world of finance is not exempt from the globalization we are experiencing; indeed, financial markets are probably one of the catalysts of this movement and those who work in or with them can vouch for the international and global nature of their work environment.

The IEB, as leader in financial education in Spain and the Ibero-American region, offers this Master in International Finance to those individuals aiming to become international financial leaders in their respective fields.

The Programme has been ranked #1 for the last three years in the El Mundo Annual Ranking.

The programme includes three Academic Stays abroad and offers, at no additional cost, the possibility of completing in one of IEB´s specialization programmes and the CFA Level I preparation course.

The programme starts in September and has a duration of 16 months, including a total of 600 lectures hours.  During the first 10 months, students attend the majority of the classes and complete the HK and the US Academic Stays. The last 6 months are dedicated to the preparation and defense of their Dissertation and, at the same time, completing the London School of Economics Academic Stay and their specialization programme.

The majority of the programme is taught at IEB’s headquarters in Madrid, considered to be one of the key financial centers in Europe. The Spanish capital, as well as having its own enormous intrinsic strength and vitality, has the advantage of being Europe’s gateway to the Ibero-American world. Today, many of these emerging economies are playing an important role in the International Financial Markets.

In addition, students in the Master in International Finance follow part of their study plan in three of the most prestigious business schools in the world of finance: the London School of Economics (United Kingdom), the Wharton School (USA) and the Chinese University of Hong Kong (China).

The Master in International Finance is the best and most complete Finance Programme in Spain. The Programme includes in depth coverage of all fields of finance relevant to today’s financial world. The subjects range from corporate finance and treasury to all financial markets. It also includes important subjects of key importance today, such as risk management, regulation and ethics.

Portfolio Management Simulator

Another very attractive aspect of the programme is the ability for the students to use IEB’s Portfolio Management Simulator. The Simulator has access to real-time market data, as it is directly linked to this data via internet. This enables the students to manage and control the risk of the positions within their portfolio in a “real life” setting.

This simulation allows the students to experience hands on what it is like to invest and operate in international financial markets. In order for the students to really benefit and learn from this experience, the simulation is monitored and tutored by professional managers who help students along the way as well as assess their ability to manage the portfolio.

The IEB, as leader in financial education in Spain and the Ibero-American region, offers this Master in International Finance to those individuals aiming to become international financial leaders in their respective fields. More specifically, the objectives of the Master’s degree are:

      • To give students a broad and professional knowledge of all areas of finance from top business schools.
      • To offer through examples of how to apply the theoretical concepts to the day-to-day financial world, and through exercises, case studies, and real-time trading on an online portfolio simulation platform, a practical and up-to-date point of view for the topics covered in the course.
      • To prepare students to the working environment through the use of Bloomberg as a primary teaching tool and numerous presentations throughout the degree.
      • To encourage personal development and teamwork through in class team case studies and presentations.
      • To offer a challenging and rewarding training programme for current and future international finance professionals

The Best Way of Learning

The methodology followed is highly practical, based on rigorous and up-to-date contents. Throughout the Master, students are offered examples of how to apply the theoretical concepts seen in class to the day- to-day financial world. In addition, for each study module, students have to carry out exercises, case studies and a group case presentation relating to the material covered.

Therefore, the theoretical classes will alternate with practical ones in which the students will also use the appropriate IT tools. IEB’s IT room and treasury desk, very similar to those found in any brokerage firm, allows students to put into practice their theoretical knowledge through the use of Bloomberg and real-time trading on IEB’s online portfolio simulation trading platform. Bloomberg is also proactively used by the teachers in class to show examples of the concepts taught.

Another factor that contributes to the practical nature of the Master is the fact that most of the professors are themselves highly respected financial professionals in their area of expertise.

Moreover, the Master aims to promote personal development and teamwork through group exercises, case studies and presentations.

Finally, the technical knowledge required from the students will also be tested throughout the Master via exams, exercises, case studies and research papers. All students are required to complete a compulsory Final Project, which they will be presenting in front of a jury panel, and in which they are expected to put into practice all the knowledge acquired throughout the programme.

MODULE I

1. FOUNDATION COURSE

      • Introduction to Financial Markets
      • Introduction to Corporate Finance
      • Bloomberg Basics
      • Introduction to Excel
      • Principles of Accounting
MODULE II

2. QUANTITATIVE METHODS APPLIED TO FINANCE

      • Financial Maths
      • Statistics
      • Statistics Applied to Finance
MODULE III

3. ECONOMICS

      • Economics
MODULE IV

4. CORPORATE I

      • Accounting Review
      • Capital Budgeting
      • Capital Structure
      • Cost of Capital
      • Creative Accounting
      • Fundamental Analysis
      • International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
MODULE V

5. CORPORATE II

      • Banking Relationship
      • Behavioral Finance
      • Credit Risk
      • Credit Risk Analysis
      • Corporate Valuation
      • Financial Forecasting and Planning
      • Working Capital Management
MODULE VI

6. CORPORATE III

      • Basic Finance Syndications
      • Business International Law
      • Corporate Governance
      • Corporate Restructuring
      • Mergers & Acquisitions
      • Mergers & Acquisitions Legal Aspects
      • Takeovers
      • Private Equity
      • Project Finance
      • Securitization
      • Trade Finance
MODULE VII

7. FINANCE I

      • Money Markets
      • Foreign Exchange
      • Equity Markets
      • Fixed Income Products
      • Derivatives
      • FX Derivatives
      • Equity Derivatives
      • Fixed Income Derivatives
      • Exotic Options
      • Credit Derivatives
      • Technical Analysis
      • Portfolio Management
      • Performance Measures
MODULE VIII

8. FINANCE II

      • China & Rest of Asia
      • Geopolitical Risk and Financial Markets
      • Hedge Funds
      • Regulation
      • Risk Management
      • Structured Products
      • Taxation
      • Wealth Management
MODULE IX

9. SKILLS

      • Advanced Excel
      • Ethics
      • International Negotiation
      • Negotiation Skills
      • Presentation Skills
THE LONDON OF ECONOMICS SESSIONS

1. INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REGULATION

2. FINANCIAL RISKS

3. EMERGING MARKETS AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMY

4. RISKS AND REWARDS OF DOING BUSINESS IN EMERGING MARKETS

5. PRIVATE EQUITY

6. MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS

7. FUNDAMENTAL TO ABS AND CORPORATE FIXED INCOME:  WHAT HAS CHANGED?

8. THE HEDGE FUND INDUSTRY

THE WHARTON SCHOOL SESSIONS

1. VISION OF THE FUTURE FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES

2. VENTURE CAPITAL AND PRIVATE EQUITY

3. PRIVATE BANKING: ASSET ALLOCATION AND WEALTH MANAGEMENT

4. USING FINANCIAL INFORMATION INTELLIGENTLY

5. INTERNATIONAL CASH MANAGEMENT

6. INSTITUTIONAL VISITS IN NEW YORK CITY

THE CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG SESSIONS

1. CHINA’S ECONOMY IN THE NEXT DECADE: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

2. CURRENT ISSUES IN BANKING

3. SHADOW BANKING

4. INVESTMENT BANKING LANDSCAPE IN ASIA

5. COMPARISON OF CHINA’S EQUITY MARKETS: HONG KONG, SHANGHAI & SHENZHEN

6. ASIA’S FINANCIAL SECTOR

7. PROJECT FINANCE AND INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT IN ASIA

8. EMERGING ASIA:
Economic Reality and Outlook of 12 Asian Economies: China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macao, Korea, India, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines And Vietnam

9. MORE THAN 30 YEARS DOING BUSINESS IN CHINA

Celina Sonnie / USA

The opportunity to study here at IEB has been a very rewarding and valuable experience.It is a combination of the caliber of the professors, students and interactive class sessions and case studies. The professors are highly knowledgeable and experts in their field.
I have also been fortunate to develop strong friendships with classmates while studying which I will continue to value in the future. I have thoroughly enjoyed learning more in depth about the financial markets as well as the business culture of Spain.

Salma Benabdallah – MOROCCO

Throughout the Master we were taught how to use Bloomberg. It has been a key tool to develop skills and knowledge in order to gain a better understanding of financial markets and provided us with access to an unlimited amount of information to carry out our assignments.

Jae Wha Jeong – KOREA

What I would highlight about this Master is the hard work. It is based on daily challenges in which we face new circumstances and have to deal with them. It reflects real life in which we must work hard and face different problems, not just academic, but also dealing and working with other people, or even handling new IT programs that are fundamental in finance, such as Bloomberg, Excel, R-Studio, Eviews and even a real life investing portfolio simulator.

I think the main objective of this Master is to prepare us for the real financial world.

Omar Fahmy – EGYPT

The program structure is excellent as it covers various topics in finance which makes it both very interesting and demanding. The diversity of its students as well as the high quality of its tutors are a huge added value. The program helps open up a wide range of opportunities in the future.

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