Money and Banking

A fundamental study of how money functions in the U.S. and world economies. How money supply, the banking system, the Federal Reserve and the federal government are all interrelated, and how changes in the financial system can affect individuals, businesses and governments on a world-wide basis are covered.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the functions of money and our payments system
  • Connect the time value of money with financial markets and their assets 
  • Identify the business of banking and the interrelationship with government regulation 
  • Compare the various monetary theories and how they relate to macro and international economics 
  • Summarize the structure of the Federal Reserve System and understand the tools and goals of Monetary Policy

Audience

Bank personnel who have not had a formal course in money and banking and who wish to increase their understanding of the banking industry; officer trainees through the mid-management level.

This course requires proctored exams

Course Credits

College Credit Recommendations: In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in Banking


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For group registrations or more information, please contact training@aba.com.
 

 Course Advantages

 
  • Collaborative​ communities
  • Convenience and flexibility
  • ​Expert instructors
  • Interactive discussions
  • Real-world assignments
 

 Registration & Pricing

 

Facilitated Course
ABA Member  • $430
Nonmember • $561
Bill Me Option

Textbook - Printed
ABA Member  • $ 80
Nonmember • $ 95

Additional fees and taxes may apply.
 

 Upcoming Dates

 
  • February 5, 2018
  • July 9, 2018
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