Global Banking Program: FinTech | Digital | Analytics

Columbia’s Global Banking Program will provide executives with a broad understanding of Global Banking, Global Markets, Strategy, FinTech, Digital, Analytics and Customer Strategy. In addition to the course work participants will work on projects on topics related to strategic changes in the banking and financial services and transformation in their respective organizations.

Key Benefits

  • Understand the latest developments in the Global Financial Services landscape and how traditional models and processes are being disrupted and transformed by changing regulatory frameworks and by innovations in FinTech, Digital and Analytics
  • Combine theory and practice by working on relevant application projects
  • Engage with Columbia Business School’s world class faculty around both their latest research and experience in as areas such as Banking, FinTech, Digital and Analytics
  • Increase your network of connections with experienced business people from a wide variety of cultures, nationalities and backgrounds
  • Establish lifelong connections to Columbia Business School by receiving select Columbia Business School alumni benefits

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Participant Profiles

Participants might come from large or medium sized banking and financial services companies or FinTech start-ups.

  • An urgent agenda for change
  • International experience preferred
  • A minimum of 10+ years of work experience
  • Confident fluency in written and spoken English
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  • Years of Work Experience

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Program Curriculum

  • FinTech

    • Banks and FinTech Integration
    • Block Chain
    • Crypto-Currencies and Implications
    • Fino and Correspondent Banking
    • Telecom Companies and Banks
    • FinTech and Regulations
    • Cyber-Security & Privacy
  • Strategy & Execution

    • Leading Strategic Change
    • Value Investing
    • Asset-Liability Management
    • Strategic Thinking & Execution in Banking and Financial Services
    • Credit Analysis
    • Risk Management:
      1. Customer/Credit/Market
      2. Climate Risk & Financing
  • Global Markets

    • Global Economic Environment
    • Market Microstructure
    • Clearing/Exchanges
    • Capital Markets-Debt & Sovereign Securitization
    • Market Making/Dark Pools
  • Analytics

    • Data-Driven Credit Modelling
    • Textual Analysis of Big Data/Insights
  • Digital

    • Digital Transformation in Banking and Financial Services
  • Customer

    • Consumer Banking
    • Customer Experience
    • Marketing of Financial Services
    • Wealth Management -Family Offices
    • Psychology of Consumer Finance
Note: The list of topics is not exhaustive and is subject to change.

Faculty

  • Suresh Sundaresan

    Suresh Sundaresan

    Chase Manhattan Bank Foundation Professor of Financial Institutions at Columbia University

  • Harry Mamaysky

    Harry Mamaysky

    Associate Professor of Professional Practice

  • Pierre Yared

    Pierre Yared

    Professor of Business Economics

  • Todd Jick

    Todd Jick

    Senior Lecturer in Discipline in Business Management

  • Larry Glosten

    Larry Glosten

    S. Sloan Colt Professor of Banking and International Finance

  • Tano Santos

    Tano Santos

    David L. and Elsie M. Dodd Professor of Finance

  • Michael Johannes

    Michael Johannes

    Ann F. Kaplan Professor of Business Finance

  • Charles Calomiris

    Charles Calomiris

    Henry Kaufman Professor of Financial Institutions Finance

  • Ciamac C. Moallemi

    Ciamac C. Moallemi

    Associate Professor in Decision, Risk and Operations

  • Daniel Wolfenzon

    Daniel Wolfenzon

    Stefan H.Robock Professor of Finance and Economics

  • Medini R. Singh

    Medini R. Singh

    Senior Lecturer in Discipline in Business

  • Paul Glasserman

    Paul Glasserman

    Jack R. Anderson Professor of Business

  • Amit Khandelwal

    Amit Khandelwal

    Jerome A.Chazen Professor of Global Business

*PROGRAM FACULTY MAY CHANGE

Dates & Fees

Dates Length Location Tuition Fees
Mar 23–27, 2020 5 Days TBD TBD
Jun 15–19, 2020 5 Days London TBD
Sep 14–18, 2020 5 Days TBD TBD