The Mekong School of Finance and Banking

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Welcome to Bridging Courses (2011-2012)
សាលាជំនាញធនាគារ និង ហិរញ្ញវត្ថុមេគងគ
Mekong School of Finance and Banking
បរិញ្ញញបត្ត្មេដ្ឋកិច្ជច ំនាញហិរញ្ញវត្ថុ និងធនាគារ
Bachelor of Economics in Finance and Banking
 បរិញ្ញញបត្ត្មេដ្ឋកិច្ជច ំនាញវភាិ គហិរញ្ញវត្ថុ និងការវិនិមោគ
Bachelor of Economics in Finance and Investment Analysis
Date: October , 2011
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I. Introduction to MSFB
• The Mekong School of Finance and Banking
information student guide 2009 has been written to
introduce our school, in order to answer many of the
questions you may have, and to help you make the
most of your years here.
• Primary focus is on internationalism in order to
create open-minded world developed capability
which has international perspective, are selfconfident and conscientious, and which can function
as leaders, professionals and team members in the
bank and finance factor in Cambodia and location.
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II. Program Objectives
• Be able to identify a number of behavioral factors
that systematically influence financial markets
and corporations.
• Be able to identify the properties and
characteristics of empirical data pointing to the
presence of behavioral phenomena;
• Be able to use single-handedly or provide advice
and consultation to corporate executives with
regards to behavioral factors and their possible
influence onto company operations, reporting,
etc;
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II. Program Objectives
• Be able to identify, locate and use the
literature from both periodic sources and
publications on the internet to aid in
identifying the behavioral phenomena and
finding suggested explanations and
mechanisms for such phenomena in financial
markets and corporate finance.
• Be able to predict of the future rates
movements by the tools of technical analysis.
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III. Requirement for graduation
General Requirement:
• The Cambodian Mekong University confers
the degree of Bachelor of Economics in
Finance and Banking upon students who meet
all the general requirements and the specific
requirements listed below.
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III. Requirement for graduation
General Requirement
• To be qualified for graduation, the student must:
• Complete all the requirements in the curriculum
with an accumulation of at least 126 credits.
• Successfully complete all Thesis/Projects Mekong
School of Finance and Banking
• Have a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 of
major core courses
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III. Requirement for graduation
School Requirement
Projects (Choose 18 Credits From the following)
Apprenticeship
Finance and Banking Project 1
Finance and Banking Project 2
Finance and Banking Project 3
Finance and Banking Project 4
Finance and Banking Project 5
Finance and Banking Project 6
Final Project/Thesis/Internship (Compulsory)
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3
3
3
3
3
3
6
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IV. Curriculum Structure
Curriculum Structure
Credits
 Foundation Courses
 General Courses
 Major Core Courses
 Major Required Courses
 Major Concentration Courses
 Elective Courses
 Project
 Thesis/Project/Internship (Compulsory)
 Total:
30
15
30
30
15
6
27
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126
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Major Required Courses (MRC)
Subject Code
EC221
EC222
EC211
FN410
EC210
EC415
EC213
MN414
EC320
MN400
AC102
Total:
Subject Name
Intermediate Microeconomics
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Economics of Money and Banking
Analysis Tools in Finance and Banking
Introduction to Econometrics
International Trade
Managerial Economics
Business Analysis and Valuation
Seminar in Economics
Research Methodology
Accounting 1B
Credits
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
30
10
Major Core Courses (MCC)
Subject Code
BS201
FN201
MN416
FN313
FN316
MK101
AC201
FN315
MN201
IS322
Total:
Subject Name
Business Statistics
Corporate Finance
Entrepreneurship
Financial Management
International Finance
Principle of Marketing
Cost and Managerial Accounting
Money and Capital Market
Organizational Behavior
Information System
Credits
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
30
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General Courses (GC)
Subject Code
Subject Name
Credits
EN103
English Language Level 3
3
EN104
English Language Level 4
3
EN105
English Language Level 5
3
EN106
English Language Level 6
3
EN107
English Language Level 7
3
COM
Computer Application 1-6
M/P
Total:
15
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Major Concentration Courses (MCON)
Subject Code
Subject Name
Credits
FN333
Financial Innovation and Service
3
AC488
Accounting for Bank
3
FN320
Seminar in Financial Institution
3
MN488
Credit and Risk Management
3
MN341
Bank Management
3
Total:
15
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V. Course Description
1. Account for Bank
• This course will cover the accounting and reporting
system specifically for commercial banks.
• This course provides an understanding of the banking
environment, basic concepts of bank accounting,
processing bank accounting information and
preparing the financial statement.
• After studying this course, students will be able to
understanding: Bank financial statement, the
accounting equation, and the effects of banking
transaction on the accounting equation are covered.
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V. Course Description
2. Bank Management
• The course focuses on the various aspects of bank
management.
• Topic includes the nature of commercial banking,
asset, liability and capital management, liquidity
management, credit management, risk management.
• The course also includes current issues in the
banking industry.
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V. Course Description
3. Financial Innovation and Services
• This course will introduce students to principles of
banking service and product including the loan,
deposit, internet banking, electronic banking, several
electronic fund transfer services, and trade finance.
• After studying this course, you should be able to
understanding traditional service and modern bank
service, other closely related financial service
provider, background information about recent
conditions or developments in the banking and
financial services sector, and ethics in banking
especially E-banking and E-commerce.
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V. Course Description
4. Credit and Risk Management
• The course emphasizes the roles and
responsibilities of financial institutions on
analyzing and structuring credit as well as
restructuring problem loans.
• The course also considers techniques for risk
management of financial institutions.
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VI. Job Opportunity
Job Opportunity in The Mekong School of Finance
and Banking
1. Company: Accountant, Internal Auditor, Financial
Analyst, and Cashier
2. Financial Market: Bond Analyst, Broker and
Dealer
3. Financial Institution: Credit Officer, Insurance
Officer, Teller, and Real Estate Evaluator
4. Pubic: Accountant, Internal Auditor, Financial
Institution Manager and Security Market Analysis
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VI. Job Opportunity
មត្ើធនាគារ ឬ ត្គរឹះសាថ នេីត្កហូ រិ ញ្ញវត្ថណា
ុ េួយដដ្លអ្នកច្ង់មធវកាើ រជាេួយ?
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Commercial Bank
Specialized Banks
Mon Pa Pa Guest House
Micro-finance Institution
List of Commercial Banks
1- ACLEDA Bank
2- Advanced Bank of Asia
3- Cambodia Asia Bank
4- Cambodian Commercial Bank
5- Cambodia Mekong Bank
6- Cambodian Public Bank
7- Canadia Bank
8- First Commercial Bank
9- Foreign Trade Bank of Cambodia
10- Krung Thai Bank
11- May Bank
12- Singapore Banking Corporation
13- Union Commercial Bank
14- Vattanace Bank
15- ANZ Royal Bank Cambodia
16- Camko Bank
17- Shinhan Khmer Bank
18- Bank for Investment and Development of
Cambodia
19- Maruhan Japan Bank
20- KOOKMIN Bank Cambodia
21- Booyoung khmer Bank
22- Phnom Penh Commercial Bank
23- OSK Bank
24- Angkor Capital Bank
25- INDIA Bank Phnom Penh Bran.
26-SACOM Bank Phnom Penh
27-Hwang DBS Commercial Bank
List of Specialized Banks
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6.
Rural Development Bank
Peng Heng S.M.E. Bank
First Investment Specialized Bank
ANCO Specialized Bank
Cambodian Development Specialized Bank
Best Specialized Bank
List of Micro-finance
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10.
AMRET Micro finance
HATTHAKAKSEKAR
TONG FANG Micro finance
THANEAKEA PHUM
Cambodia
SATHAPANA Micro finance
SEILANITHIH Micro finance
ANGKOR Micro finance
VISION FUND Micro finance
CREDIT Micro finance
PRASAC Micro finance
11. FARMER UNION DEVELOPMENT
FUND
12. Cambodia Business Integrate in
Rural Development
13. Maxima Mikroheranhvatho
14. INTEAN POALROATH RONG
ROEURNG
15. SAMIC Micro finance
16. Entean Akpevat Pracheachun
17. FARMER FINANCE
18. GREEN CENTRAL Micro finance
19. FIRST FINANCE
20. Y C P Micro finance
Contact MSFB
Mr. Say Vichheka, Program Coordinator
Tel: 098 74 11 28, 017 58 79 37
Office: 003
Email: [email protected]
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Thank You for Your Pay Attention
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