On 20th June 2018 New York's Department of Financial Services slapped a fine of USD 205 million on Deutsche Bank, Germany's largest bank, for "improper, unsafe and unsound conduct" in the bank's foreign exchange (FX) trading business. It may be one of the last major regulatory penalties levied to clean up the world's largest, most liquid financial market.
Thinking about studying online?
From gaining a qualification while continuing to work, to becoming part of a global community of like-minded individuals, the admissions team for Cass Business School’s online MSc in Global Finance look at some of the advantages that online learning can offer.
1. You'll put learning into action right away
Just as there is good teaching and poor teaching on campus, so the quality of online learning varies widely. Too often in the past, online students were expected to work through materials in isolation, at their own pace, and then be assessed on what they had remembered. And still, today, there are some online courses which do not make the most of the potential of the web and fall short of expectations.
Applying for postgraduate study can be a daunting task for even the most experienced of people. Whether you have many years of experience or are taking the first steps in your career after completing an undergraduate degree, applicants often wonder what we look for in a potential student.