FIN498 Financial Management in the Digital Economy
Institution: Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS)
Program Type: University Modules
Field/Skills tags: Finance
Full Fee: $2,624
Nett Fee After Subsidies (Singaporeans): $2,624.00
Full Time/Part Time: Either full time or part time
FIN498 Financial Management in the Digital Economy is an integrated finance course to bring together the various areas in finance into a consolidated framework and implement the theories and practices in the world of digital economy. The first part of this course extends the fundamentals of asset management to digital assets, and also covers topics like global investment performance standards and behavioural finance. The next part of the course discusses the concept of financial inclusion, digital innovations and technology-enabled business model innovations in the financial sector. Other topics include financial cryptography, crypto-currency, digital banking,AI and Robo advisor, initial token offerings, as well as government regulations on FinTech and blockchains. This course also provides a review of the whole finance and Fintech ecosystem to help students understand the future trend of possible significant developments, challenges as well as opportunities for both the incumbents and the start-ups. Through this course, student will apply the knowledge they have learned in previous finance courses to solve real life problems and challenges in the fast changing finance world.