Program Details

International Perspectives for Regional Action Applications are
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Undergraduate Certificate

Program Overview

Program Description:

International Perspectives for Regional Action

Applications are welcome at any time.

Decision-makers in financial services are being increasingly confronted with questions of sustainable positioning on the market and promising product/market combinations. What are their options for strategic action? What impacts do the various options have on overall bank management in terms of risk and revenues? How should integrated product and service portfolios be designed for private, corporate and institutional clients? What strategy should one pursue as a successful local or regional player in the face of increasingly international competition and constantly changing technologies?

Against this background, a professional examination of the strategic options takes on a new and special importance for the success of companies, products, projects and initiatives. In the long term, financial service providers will only be successful with clear positioning, innovative business models and manifest added value for customers.

Successful financial services management presupposes in-depth knowledge. Understanding the international environment for the banking and capital market, communicating effective approaches for the development of financial service strategies, the professionalization of profitability controlling, risk management and business process engineering, and the optimization of product and service portfolios – these are the main goals targeted by this MCI executive certificate course.

Collaboration with the University of Innsbruck, the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and the Bologna Center of the John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) (established or under development) guarantees that this continuous education program with its international orientation does full justice to today’s needs in theory and practice