Global Banking Program: Fintech | Digital | Analytics
Columbia Business School’s Global Banking Program is a 6 month multimodular program that will provide executives with a comprehensive understanding of Global Markets, Strategic Management, Fintech & Digital Transformation and Customer Strategy. Upon completion of the Global Banking Program, participants will be awarded the Certificate in Business Excellence from Columbia Business School Executive Education.
- Experience an Expertly Developed Curriculum: Develop capabilities to comprehensively understand the changing dynamics in Banking and Financial services, through innovations in global markets, fintech, digital, and analytics.
- Learn from Ivy League Faculty: Learn from more than 15 Columbia Business School faculty and industry practitioners, who are world-renowned experts in the fields of banking and financial services.
- Immerse in the Financial Centers of the World: Over the three in-class modules of the learning journey, immerse in the dynamic cities of New York and London, the leading financial centers of the world, and engage with experts.
- Work on a Capstone Project: Combine cutting-edge thought leadership with application to real-world business challenges through a group project, guided by Columbia faculty and a Project Coach.
- Connect with your Experienced Peer Group: Engage with experienced and accomplished group of fellow participants across banking and financial services sector, who bring diverse experiences, cultures, nationalities and perspective to the classroom.
- Connect with an Elite Network of Alumni: Receive select Columbia Business school alumni benefits upon completing the program and be part of a distinguished network of over 47,000 Alumni worldwide.
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Participants might come from large or medium-sized banking and financial services companies or Fintech startups. The program will help talented leaders prepare to take on larger, critical roles within the banking and Fintech industries. Participants are expected to have:
- A minimum of 10 years of work experience
- International experience
- Fluency in written and spoken English
- Banks and Fintech Integration
- Cryptocurrency and Blockchain
- Practical Fintech
- Fintech and its impact on Banking Functions
- Blockchain, Crypto assets, and their impact
Strategy & Execution
- Value Investing
- Growth Mindset
- Stress Testing
- Financial Intermediation
- Risk Management: Market / Liquidity
- Global Economic Environment
- Market Microstructure
- Capital Markets—Debt and Sovereign
- Central Banking
- Banking Regulation
- Algorithmic Trading
- Customer Experience in Financial Services
- Marketing of Financial Services
- Retail and Business Banking
- Digital Transformation
- Digital Innovation
- Analytics, Big Data
- Business Analytics
- Project Definition
- Project Work
- Final Project Presentations
MEET THE FACULTY
Suresh Sundaresan has published in the areas of Treasury auctions, bidding, default risk, habit formation, term structure of interest rates, asset pricing, investment theory, pension asset allocation, swaps, options, forwards, futures, fixed-income securities markets, and risk management.
Carson Family Professor of Business
S. Sloan Colt Professor of Banking and International Finance
Senior Lecturer in Discipline in Business Management
Ann F. Kaplan Professor of Business Finance
Jerome A. Chazen Professor of Global Business
Associate Professor of Professional Practice
Director, MPA Program in Economic Policy Management
Ciamac C. Moallemi
Associate Professor in Decision, Risk and Operations
Medini R. Singh
Senior Lecturer in Discipline in Business
David L. and Elsie M. Dodd Professor of Finance
Professor of Business Economics
Dates & Fees
|Mar 23–27, 2020||5 Days||New York City||29,000 USD|
|Jun 15–19, 2020||5 Days||London|
|Sep 14–18, 2020||5 Days||New York City|
|Round 1||October 28, 2019||300 USD|
|Round 2||November 25, 2019||400 USD|
|Round 3||December 23, 2019||500 USD|
|Round 4||January 27, 2020||600 USD|
|Round 5||February 18, 2020||700 USD|
- 1) Inclusions: Program Materials, Coffee Breaks, Lunches and Select Dinners
- 2) Exclusions: Travel Costs and Accommodation