Master MONNAIE, BANQUE, FINANCE, ASSURANCE

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Master MONNAIE, BANQUE, FINANCE, ASSURANCE

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Résumé

Undertake a training program of excellence in portfolio management, financial risk management and financial analysis. Read more

Objectifs

Initial training / Executive Education Program / Accessible for resumption of studies
Master
2 years / Possible alternation for the MBFI Course; mandatory alternation for the CCpro and CPA Courses
GREDEG / Campus Saint Jean d'Angély
French / English

Details

Introduction

The Monnaie Banque Finance Assurance (MBFA) Master offers, in partnership with the Training Center of the Banking Profession (CFPB), three courses : These courses offer high-level professional training leading to the exercise of financial functions of executive finance, management in retail banking, investment banking or private banking. The MBFA program trains employees in the most sophisticated and rapidly operational financial products and markets in the areas of financial risk assessment and management, portfolio and wealth management, and financial analysis.

Objectives

The professions to which the MBFA Master aims at are orientated require the mastery of technical skills relating to the evaluation and valuation of the major financial products.

They also involve knowing the regulatory framework in which financial transactions are conducted, measuring and hedging the risks associated with market and credit activities, advising high-end private clients and professionals. Scientific objectives Offer skills in the area of ​​transversal instruments of economic and financial analysis.

In particular, the MBFI track trains econometric methods, risk analysis and market regulation, new forms of financing and research methodology. Professional objectives Offer professional training leading to financial leadership and management functions in banking and financial institutions.

The relevant professions concern both retail banking (CCPRO and CPF), investment banking and private banking (MBFI). At the end of the program, a student is able to: Advise clients (individuals and businesses) in their investment and investment strategy Master the functioning of capital markets Measure the risks and performance of a securities portfolio Master the techniques of management and coverage of financial risks Master the evaluation of financial products Master the techniques and tools of financial analysis Implement best practices in compliance and ethics Master commercial negotiation with professional or private clients Establish a balance sheet and help clients define their investment objectives and needs within an appropriate legal and tax framework.

Specificities

Master 1 The M1 of the Currency, Banking, Finance, Insurance program entitled "Banking and International Finance" (BFI) consists of a common core representing 80% of teaching hours. The topics covered include the fundamentals of corporate finance, market finance and risk analysis. The remaining 20% ​​of hours are elective courses in one of the three Master's tracks. Master 2 In M2, 50% of the hours are shared between the three tracks (MBFI, CCPRO and CPA). The themes covered include the specialization in corporate finance and market finance, professional English and the mastery of IT tools applied to finance. The specific courses of the CCPRO and CPA tracks correspond to the hours provided by the CFPB professionals on the topics of commercial negotiation and the management of a client portfolio. The specific courses of the MBFI track correspond to the hours instructed by investment and commercial banking professionals in the areas of quantitative management, and risk analysis and coverage.

Places

GREDEG, Campus Saint Jean d'Angély

Person in charge of the academic program

Eric Nasica, PR 05, Head of MBFA (Currency, Banking, Finance, Insurance)

Admission

Prerequisite

Prerequisites for enrolment

Undergraduate level

Prerequisites training

Admission to the Master 1 is based on a two-step process. A first step of admissibility on file followed by an admission interview. Success at each of these stages is necessary to enter the Master.
  • Admissibility on file after study of the following documents:
  1. Baccalaureate diploma and transcript;
  2. Certificate of successful completion of a bachelor's degree (or equivalent diploma) as well as all the marks obtained after the baccalaureate;
  3. Detailed CV;
  4. Cover letter ;
  5. Description of the professional project;
  6. For non-French speakers, attestation of a minimum level of French C1.
  • Admission after an interview according to the following 3 criteria:
  1. Ability to communicate and express in public / know how to be;
  2. Ability to present their experiences and their professional project;
  3. Level of relevance of answers to questions relating to academic skills.

Course program

What's next ?

Level of education obtained after completion

Year of highschool graduation

Graduate level

Level of education obtained after completion

Graduate level

Job opening

Business sector or job

The targeted professions concern retail banking as well as investment banking or private banking.

In investment banking and private banking:
  • Portfolio and wealth manager
  • Financial Analyst
  • Operator in derivative and financial markets
  • Head of treasury and financing
  • Compliance officer

In retail banking:
  • Professional account manager
  • Business manager
  • Agency asset advisor
  • Patrimonial engineer
  • Bank branch manager
  • Risk and Commitment Analyst

Submission

Tuition

Registration fees for the national diplomas are set each year at national level. You will also have to pay a student and campus life contribution (CVEC) to the CROUS prior to any registration.