3804373: Seminar in wealth management

back to overview
Semester:WS 14/15
Scheduled in semester:3
Semester Hours per Week / Contact Hours:20.0 L / 15.0 h
Self-directed study time:105.0 h


Master's degree programme in Banking and Financial Management (01.10.2008)


Selected, annually changing theoretical issues in bank management, e.g.

  • Application of Alternative Products and Concepts in Wealth Management
  • Evaluation of Classic and Alternative Financial Instruments and their Application in Wealth Management
  • Active or Passive Portfolio Management: Investment Strategies for Portfolios with Direct Investments, for Investment Funds, for Structured Products and additional Investment Forms
  • International Finance Management Issues
  • Legal and tax issues in financial decisions
  • Future of the wealth management industry

Learning Outcomes

  • They have at their command detailed knowledge of wealth management and have a critical understanding of the procedures and methods in the subject area
  • Compiling and utilising available sources in order to acquire an overview of previously unfamiliar sub-areas
  • Preparing research papers on assigned topics or shorter empirical or analytical research projects by applying exacting technical procedures and methods
  • Explaining the results of their seminar project in a presentation and answering questions
  • Communicating on a professional level in front of an audience reflecting varying degrees of expertise as well as in front of specialists


Lectures Method



A list of seminar topics as well as additional material will be made available on Moodle at the beginning of the semester. This will be communicated through email to the students.

Exam Modalities

  • Term paper (40%)