|Seminar Private Banking|
|Instructor:||Prof. Dr. Markus Nöth|
|Assistants:||Tobias Eiler, Adrian Presse, Martin Zeitler|
|Credit points:||6 ECTS|
|Language:||German & English|
|Kick-off event:||January 28, 2022|
|Block seminar:||May 6 and 7, 2022|
|Examination:||Seminar paper (50%), progress report (15%), presentation, discussion and active participation (35%)|
Students conduct investigations into current issues in finance and insurance using current scientific literature and capital market data. They learn how to take a systematic and solution-oriented approach and to arrive finally at reasonable, accurate results.
The enrollment for this seminar is only possible via the "Studieninfonetz" (STiNE) of the University of Hamburg. Note that the seminar registration deadlines usually deviate from the regular deadlines. Please inform yourself about the exact dates at the Business Administration’s study office. It is up to you to independently inform yourself about the seminar’s creditability for your degree program. If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact your responsible study office.
Seminar materials can be found under the tab "Downloads." All downloads are access protected. You need your student UHH ID to access the documents. Possibly, the files are additionally protected with a password. In this case, the password will be announced in advance to all participants via STiNE messages.
The topic assignment and an introduction to scientific working will take place during the kick-off event. The chair offers individual consultation appointments during the course. Furthermore, errors of previous seminars are reviewed in an "error-presentation." Participants must submit a progress report before the submission of the final seminar paper. During the final block event, presentation and discussion of the seminar papers will take place. The schedule and the topic list can be found under the tab "Downloads." Please note the stated mandatory attendance requirement.
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