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MGT604: Management of Financial Institutions

Management of financial institutions covers the nature and function of bank and non-bank financial intermediaries, the role of government in the financial sector, regulation issues, and the emergence of various financial institutions, markets, and instruments. MGT604 Handouts pdf

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Course Category: Accounting, Banking & Finance

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Financial Environment, Types of Financial Institution, Role of Central Bank, Policy Instruments, Balance of trade, State Bank of Pakistan, State bank of Pakistan – various departments, Major drivers of the financial industry, International financial institutions, Pakistan economic aid & debt, Increasing foreign direct investment, Role of commercial banks, Role of commercial banks in the microfinance sector, Mutual funds, Role of Investment Banks, Letter of Credit and International Trade, Foreign Exchange & Financial Institutions, Foreign Exchange, Leasing Companies,

The Leasing Sector in Pakistan and its Role in Capital Investment, Role of Insurance Companies, Role of Financial Institutions in Agriculture Sector, Can Government of Pakistan Lay a Pivotal Role in this Sector? Financial Crimes, DFIs & Risk Management, Banking Fraud & Misleading Activities, The Collapse of ENRON, Classic financial scandals MGT604 Handouts pdf

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MGT604 Handouts pdf
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MGT604: Management of Financial Institutions

Cost of Ownership

Management Fee

All mutual funds, including no-load funds, have certain fixed costs that are built into their net asset value per share. These expenses are the true cost of doing business. They are deducted from the fund’s assets. It is a good idea to check the prospectus and determine the percentage of the fund’s total net assets that is paid out for expenses.

Redemption Fee

All expense funds charge a sales charge when buying shares. Some mutual funds and some no-load funds also charge a redemption fee when you withdraw money (redemption of shares). The redemption fee is a percentage of the redemption amount, usually 0.05% (1/2 of 1%). Avoid funds with redemption fees. There are excellent funds available that will meet your goals and do not charge redemption fees.

Switching Fee

Most, if not all, open-end mutual funds allow you to transfer all or any part of your investment from one fund to another fund within its family. This kind of transfer is commonly called “switching”.

Maintenance Fee

Watch out for a fee that is charged directly to the shareholder’s account(s). This is called an “account maintenance” fee. According to the prospectuses of the funds that charge this fee, it is “to offset the costs of running shareholder accounts”.

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