Masters in Financial Technology

Regular price Rs.660,800.00


Basic Info : Masters in Financial Technology
Level : Advanced 
Commitment : 2 Years
Need For The Program : Banking institutions, credit unions and big financial players have been playing catch up with new software developments and advances in technology mostly introduced by FinTech startups. This phenomenon is quickly and irreversibly changing the global financial landscape. Financial technology, or FinTech is one of the most exciting and fastest growing areas in global business today. In a relatively short period of time, the emergence of a new generation of FinTech has greatly impacted how we do business, transact as customers, and think about the future of finance.
Schedule Date : 19th September

Program Description

It’s a unique course in the dynamic field of financial technology that brings diverse industry expertise into single informative course to provide students with deep domain and design knowledge. Grasp the market dynamics of the 'FinTech revolution. Detailed study of Digital Currencies, Block chains, Robo Advisors and Systematic Trading. Learn about the modeling skills and emerging technologies. Degree Awarded By Mumbai University

For more details Click here

Curriculum

Business Communication

  • Unit 1 - Introduction to Business Communication
  • Unit 2 - Communicating for Employment
  • Unit 3 - Business Ethics
  • Unit 4 - E-mails, Memos, Routine Letters
  • Unit 5 - Persuasive Writing
  • Unit 6 - Giving Oral Presentations
  • Unit 7 - Formal/Informal Reports
  • Unit 8 - Proposals
  • Unit 9 - Dealing with the Public and Media

Financial Accounting

  • Unit 1 - Introduction to Accounting
  • Unit 2 - Double Entry
  • Unit 3 - Accounting Concepts
  • Unit 4 - Accounting Conventions
  • Unit 5 - Basic Accounting Process
  • Unit 6 - Final Accounts
  • Unit 7 - Inventory Accounting
  • Unit 8 - Accounting for Depreciation
  • Unit 9 - Accounting for Capitalization
  • Unit 10 - Financial Statements
  • Unit 11 - Financial Statement Analysis
  • Unit 12 - Balance Sheet, Profit & Loss Account
  • Unit 13 - Ratio
  • Unit 14 - Cash and Funds Flow Statement

Business Statistics

  • Unit 1 - Introduction to Statistical Analysis
  • Unit 2 - Counting, Probability and Probability
  • Distributions
  • Unit 3 - The Normal Distribution
  • Unit 4 - Sampling and Sampling Distribution
  • Unit 5 - Estimation and Hypothesis Testing
  • Unit 6 - Correlation and Regression

Dealing with Data

  • Unit 1 - Introduction to data
  • Unit 2 - Statistical Inference
  • Unit 3 - Exploratory Data Analysis
  • Unit 4 - Basic Machine Learning Algorithms
  • Unit 5 - Feature generation and feature selection
  • Unit 6 - Building a user facing data product
  • Unit 7 - Data Visualization
  • Unit 8 - Data Science and Ethical Issues

Economic Environment of Business

  • Unit 1 - Introduction to Micro Economics
  • Unit 2 - Demand
  • Unit 3 - Utility Concepts
  • Unit 4 - Indifference Analysis
  • Unit 5 - Supply side economics
  • Unit 6 - Equilibrium
  • Unit 7 - Competition and Market Forms
  • Unit 8 - Oligopoly and Duopoly
  • Unit 9 - Introduction to Macro Economics
  • Unit 10 - Aggregate Demand and Supply, GDP
  • Unit 11- Inflation and Interest Rates
  • Unit 12 - Monetary and Fiscal Policy
  • Unit 13 - Fiscal Deficit and Balance of Payments
  • Unit 14 - Exchange Rates

Introduction to Financial Management

  • Unit 1 - characteristics of financial markets
  • Unit 2 - interest rate determinants
  • Unit 3 - Time value of money
  • Unit 4 - Bond pricing
  • Unit 5 - Fundamental Stock Pricing
  • Unit 6 - Finish Stock Pricing
  • Unit 7 - Weighted average cost of capital
  • Unit 8 - Capital Budgeting

Financial Information Systems

  • Unit 1 - Introduction and Overview of course topics
  • Unit 2 - Financial Software and Analytic Tools
  • Unit 3 - Banking and Payment Processing Systems
  • Unit 4 - Information Technology in Financial Markets
  • Unit 5 - Financial Markets Infrastructure

Fintech Personal Finance and Payments

  • Unit 1 –Peer to Peer Currency Exchange Framework
  • Unit 2 – Digital Currencies
  • Unit 3 – Insuretech
  • Unit 4 – Peer to Peer Lending
  • Unit 5 – Regulatory Issues

Competitive Strategy

  • Unit 1: Basics of Strategy
  • Unit 2: Competitive Advantage
  • Unit 3: Strategic Interactions
  • Unit 4: Industry Dynamics and Competition
  • Unit 5: Corporate Strategy
  • Unit 6: Technology Strategy

Business Law

  • Unit 1 - Introduction of law and court procedures
  • Unit 2 - Business Crimes and Torts
  • Unit 3 - Government Regulation of Business
  • Unit 4 - Contracts-nature and Capacity to contract
  • Unit 5 - Offer and acceptance
  • Unit 6 - Defective and illegal agreements
  • Unit 7 - Termination of Contract and Consumer Protection

Business Research Methods

  • Unit 1 - Background to Research
  • Unit 2 - Literature Review
  • Unit 3 - Qualitative Methods
  • Unit 4 - Quantitative Methods
  • Unit 5 - Research Proposal

Strategic Financial Management

  • Unit 1: Financial management objectives and conflicting stakeholder interests
  • Unit 2: Financial strategy formulation and ethical issues in financial management
  • Unit 3: Corporate valuation and strategies for acquisitions and mergers
  • Unit 4: Application of option pricing theory in investment decisions
  • Unit 5: International investment and financing decisions
  • Unit 6: The nature of the equity and debt markets and sources of finance including hybrids
  • Unit 7: The estimation of cost of capital
  • Unit 8: Review of capital structure and distribution theory
  • Unit 9: Option pricing theory and real options
  • Unit 10: The valuation of intangibles
  • Unit 11: Methods of interest rate risk and currency risk management

Marketing and Sales of Financial Products

  • Unit 1 - Introduction to Marketing
  • Unit 2 - Environment Scanning
  • Unit 3 - Marketing Strategy and Consumer buying
  • Unit 4 - Segmentation and Targeting
  • Unit 5 - Positioning
  • Unit 6 - Product and Branding
  • Unit 7 - Introduction to Services Marketing
  • Unit 8 - Price
  • Unit 9 - Place
  • Unit 10 - Promotion

Leadership Development

  • Unit 1 - Foundational Skill Building
  • Unit 2 - Cross Functional Business Approach
  • Unit 3 - Strategy Formulation and Implementation
  • Unit 4 - Leading Charge
  • Unit 5 - Personal Leadership

Fund Management and Portfolio Selection

  • Unit 1 - Financial markets and instruments
  • Unit 2 - Active Fund Management and Investor Strategies
  • Unit 3 - Market microstructure
  • Unit 4 - Diversification
  • Unit 5 - Risk and Performance Management
  • Unit 6 - Introduction to Portfolio Management
  • Unit 7 - Portfolio Management Models
  • Unit 8 - Portfolio Manager
  • Unit 9 - Security Analysis
  • Unit 10 - Case Studies and Practical Application

Strategic Financial Management

  • Unit 1 - Financial management objectives and conflicting stakeholder interests
  • Unit 2 - Financial strategy formulation and ethical issues in financial management
  • Unit 3 - Corporate valuation and strategies for acquisitions and mergers
  • Unit 4 - Application of option pricing theory in investment decisions
  • Unit 5 - International investment and financing decisions
  • Unit 6 - The nature of the equity and debt markets and sources of finance including hybrids
  • Unit 7 - The estimation of cost of capital
  • Unit 8 - Review of capital structure and distribution theory
  • Unit 9 - Option pricing theory and real options
  • Unit 10 - The valuation of intangibles
  • Unit 11 - Methods of interest rate risk and currency risk management

Derivatives

  • Unit 1 - Introduction to Derivatives and Derivative Products
  • Unit 2 - Options
  • Unit 3 - Futures
  • Unit 4 - Types of Margins
  • Unit 5 - Future and Option Strategies
  • Unit 6 - Derivative Markets

International Business

  • Unit 1 - Overview of International Business
  • Unit 2 - The evolution of International Business
  • Unit 3 - Regional Economic Integration
  • Unit 4 - The international flow of funds
  • Unit 5 - International Business Environment
  • Unit 6 - Market Entry modes and decision making
  • Unit 7 - International Business Strategies
  • Unit 8 - International HRM
  • Unit 9 - International Marketing
  • Unit 10 - Global Value chain

Strategic Management

  • Unit 1 - The Concept of Strategy
  • Unit 2 - Industry & Competitive Analysis
  • Unit 3 - Competitive Advantage
  • Unit 4 - Competitive Dynamics
  • Unit 5 - Corporate and Global Strategy

Securities Law

  • Unit 1 - Introduction to Indian Capital Markets
  • Unit 2 - SEBI Act 1992
  • Unit 3 - Securities Contract (Regulations) Act 1956
  • Unit 4 - Companies Act 2013
  • Unit 5 - Company Formation
  • Unit 6 - Corporate Governance
  • Unit 7 - Other Regulations

Technical Analysis

  • Unit 1 - Introduction to Technical Analysis
  • Unit 2 - Theories, Techniques & Benefits
  • Unit 3 - Important Aspects of Technical AnalysiS
  • Unit 4- Charts and their patterns
  • Unit 5- Technical Indicators
  • Unit 6 - Trend Lines - Support and Resistance
  • Unit 7 - Importance of Volume
  • Unit 8 - Charts and Chart Types
  • Unit 9 - Chart Patterns
  • Unit 10 - Moving Averages
  • Unit 11 - Indicators and Oscillators
  • Unit 12 - Technical Analysis Step by Steps

Financial Modelling

  • Unit 1 - Overview of Financial Modeling
  • Unit 2 - Best Practices
  • Unit 3 - Core Statements
  • Unit 4 - Forecasting Revenue and Expenses
  • Unit 5 - Scenario Analysis
  • Unit 6 - Working Capital Schedule – (Assets and Liabilities)
  • Unit 7 - Depreciation and Amortization Schedule
  • Unit 8 - Long-Term Items and completion of income statement logic
  • Unit 9 - Shareholder’s equity Schedule
  • Unit 10 - Debt and Interest
  • Unit 11 - Troubleshooting your Financial Model
  • Unit 12- Data Tables
  • Unit 13 - Basics of Valuation
  • Unit 14 - Valuation Of Companies - DDM
  • Unit 15 - Discounted Cash Flow Model

Robo-Advisors and Systematic Trading

  • Unit 1: Smart beta and Robo advisors
  • Unit 2: Signal, noise, randomness
  • Unit 3: Markets and basic measurements of performance, direction and volatility
  • Unit 4: Comparing strategies
  • Unit 5: Systematic Trading: Trend Following Systems & Futures Markets
  • Unit 6: Systematic trading: Trend and Counter-trend systems
  • Unit 7: Systematic trading: Trend and Counter-trend systems
  • Unit 8: Technical trading: Spreads and pairs trading in Equities Markets
  • Unit 9: Pairs trading review
  • Unit 10: Fundamentals and currency trading strategies
  • Unit 11: Currencies: Flow-based strategies and carry trades
  • Unit 12: Co-integration and basket trading
  • Unit 13: Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Financial Prediction
  • Unit 14: High frequency trading

Retail Banking Technology and Operations

  • Unit 1: Overview of Financial Ecosystem and Retail Banking
  • Unit 2: The universal Banking Process Framework
  • Unit 3: Payments Ecosystem
  • Unit 4: Compliance and Risk management
  • Unit 5: Disaster recovery and Business Continuity Planning
  • Unit 6: Data warehouse and analytics – Concepts, Architecture and Applications

FinTech Analysis: Data Driven Credit Modelling

  • Unit 1: Introduction to credit risk modelling concepts
  • Unit 2: R tutorial and data sets
  • Unit 3: PD model validation
  • Unit 4: PD model calibration
  • Unit 5: Regression-based models of default and data pre-processing
  • Unit 6: Tree-based models
  • Unit 7: Loss Given Default: theory, data acquisition, and modelling
  • Unit 8: Mortgages

Summer Internship

Entrepreneurship Management

  • Unit 1 - Business Opportunity
  • Unit 2 - The process of building a business
  • Unit 3 - Idea to business model
  • Unit 4 - Venturing through innovating the business model
  • Unit 5 - Discovery driven planning
  • Unit 6 - Crafting a business plan
  • Unit 7 - Modes of venturing
  • Unit 8 - Raising venture capital
  • Unit 9 - Mobilizing Resource for the venture
  • Unit 10 - Venturing in emerging markets
  • Unit 11 - Paths to entrepreneurship

Algorithmic Trading

  • Unit 1 - Introduction and Overview of Algorithmic Trading
  • Unit 2 - The Mathematics of Algorithmic Trading
  • Unit 3 - Global Trends in Algorithmic Trading
  • Unit 4 - Lifecycle of Algorithmic Trading
  • Unit 5 - Risk, Costs and Roles in Algorithmic Trading
  • Unit 6 - The trading strategies
  • Unit 7 - Business aspect of algorithmic trading
  • Unit 8 - India in algorithmic trading

Cyber security Technology and Applications

  • Unit 1 - Introduction to cybersecurity
  • Unit 2 - Systems Security
  • Unit 3 - Cryptography and Network Security
  • Unit 4 - The Landscape of Cybersecurity and Case Studies

Financial Risk Management: Technology and Operations

  • Unit 1 - Market structure & Participant ant
  • Unit 2 - Solution Architecture & Design
  • Unit 3 - Financial Market Product life Cycle Development & Implementation
  • Unit 4 - Introduction to Risk
  • Unit 5 - Market Risk
  • Unit 6 - Algorithmic Trading & complex event processing

Fintech Application in Entrepreneurial Finance

  • Unit 1 - Crowd funding
  • Unit 2 - Peer to Peer Equity
  • Unit 3 - Regulatory Issues

Debt Markets

  • Unit 1: Overview of debt contracts and classification of debt securities
  • Unit 2: Players and their objectives
  • Unit 3: Government debt markets
  • Unit 4: The money market
  • Unit 5: The repo market
  • Unit 6: MBS and ABS markets
  • Unit 7: Fixed income derivatives markets
  • Unit 8: No-arbitrage and the law of one price
  • Unit 9: Risks of debt securities

Project Work

How It works

   Live Classroom Sessions
Each session is interactive and informative, featuring case studies, quizzes, and projects


   Get Certified
Get Certified Degree Awarded By Mumbai University

Training 5 or more people?

We provide custom courses and group sessions as well. To know more about our Customized Programs.

Try BSE Business Click here