This course introduces the AIS learners to the different functional areas of the organizations such as materials management, supply chain management, customer relationship management, finance, projects and human resource management with the related ERP modules. At the end of the course, learners are expected to process simulated transactions and data sets using an ERP system.

This course provides an overview of the operations of financial intermediary institutions such as banks, investment houses, insurance companies and other institutional investing entities. Banking regulations, capital adequacy, international banking, issues in bank management, pension funds, insurance and investment funds will be the focus of this course. Through case studies and quantitative reasoning, learners will be able to apply theories, models and quantitative methods in evaluating challenges relating to financial intermediaries and markets.