Asset Management -222 - Master's Year 2

Program Year

Obligatoire

  • Conférence d'ouverture
  • Application sous Visual Basic
  • Comptabilités, analyse financière, IFRS
  • Environnement Juridique
  • Macroéconomie et gestion de portefeuille
  • Risks in Banking
  • Méthodes quantitatives
  • Produits dérivés sous VBA/ Base de données
  • Gestion indicielle et structurée
  • Risque crédit
  • Finance Empirique
  • Gestion de portefeuille
  • Pré-requis Python

Obligatoire

  • Introduction à la titrisation
  • Capital développement et investissement immobilier
  • Analyse financière
  • Gestion avancée de produits de taux. 
  • Fonds du master
  • Gestion alternative
  • Expérience professionnelle et projets

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification


Teaching Modalities

The program consists of 465 hours of instruction, spread out between September and the June. One third of courses are taught in English.

The year is structured on a rotational model, according to the following pattern:

  • Monday to Wednesday: full-time at the workplace
  • Thursday and Friday: courses on campus

Theoretical instruction (on topics such as foundations of financial theory, quantitative methods, ethics, and finance law) goes alongside practical experience, including internships conducted on a work-study model (three days a week). There are also mentored projects and a group project in which students manage an investment fund in the context of an interactive course.

The program partners with the MASEF Master's program, which grants students a quantitative management certificate, and with the Société Française des Analystes Financiers, to facilitate access toCIIAcertification.


Internships and Supervised Projects

Students spend one third of their time between September and June as apprentice operations assistants: Multi-Asset Management Assistant, Product Engineering Assistant, Private Debt Assistant, Assistant Rate Manager, ESG Management Assistant, Risk Analyst, Structuration, Sales, Risk Manager.

Students participate in regular, facilitated group projects over the course of the year. Cohorts have multiple internal and external opportunities for networking and liaising with program alumni, including an annual conference, roundtable discussions with alumni about current affairs, and a study trip with site visits in London. Students manage a fictional investment fund for a project conducted under the mentorship of two professionals working in macroeconomic research and portfolio management. Students create an Investment Committee and make informed recommendations about what to invest in.