1. Discuss the role of financial system. Explain how it bridge the gap between borrowers and lenders
Module Title: Global Financial Markets and Institutions (Semester 2, 2021/2022)
Module Code: 6FNCE003W
Host School of the module: Accounting and Finance
Submission Date: Wednesday 11 st April 2022 by 13:00 (1 p.m.) UK time
Assessment: Individual Coursework
Word Limit: 1,500-2000 words
Feedback available from: Module Blackboard Site
Choose any country, analyse the current financial system and discuss the likely effects of the coronavirus epidemic, including:
Discuss the role of financial system. Explain how it bridge the gap between borrowers and lenders.
Discuss the regulation measures being adopted to reduce adverse selection and moral hazard problem in the system and minimise systemic risk during the epidemic,
Examine the financial implication and measures being implemented to diminish the effect of the epidemic on the financial system.
Structure, presentation, referencing, adherence to anonymous submission convention.
The coursework must be written in the form of a report. It must contain introduction, main body and conclusions. The main body should contain sections regarding the questions above.
The use of graphs and/or tables is compulsory.
Academic references should be included in the bibliography.
The assignment should be carried out individually.
Full name and student’s ID must be included on the first page of the assignment.
Word limit is 1500-2000(+/-10%), excluding appendices and tables. The assignment should be produced in Word format (font size: 12, line spacing: 1.5 or double) and it can be submitted as a pdf file.
University regulations for the Submission of Coursework
Please see below the university’s guidelines and regulations for AA submission:
Unless explicitly stated otherwise in writing by the module leader, all coursework on this module is submitted via Blackboard only. It will automatically be scanned through a text matching system (designed to check for possible plagiarism).
DO NOT attach a CA1 form or any other form of cover sheet;
YOU MUST include your name and student ID on the first page of your assignment.
To submit your assignment:
Log on to Blackboard at http://learning.westminster.ac.uk ;
Go to the relevant module Blackboard site;
Click on the ‘Submit Coursework’ link in the navigation menu on the left-hand side, as advised by the module teaching team;
Click on the link for the relevant assignment;
Follow the instructions.
If on the due date you have a finance hold on your student account, you may not be able to access Blackboard to be able to submit electronically. If this is the case, you may be able to submit a paper copy to the Registry. Assignments submitted this way will ONLY be accepted if it is clear that you have a finance hold on the due date. The penalties for late submission will still apply.
You will be given details by the module teaching team about how and when you will receive your marks and feedback on your work.
It is a requirement that you submit your work in this way. All coursework must be submitted by 1.00 p.m. (13.00) UK time on the due date.
If you submit your coursework late but within 24 hours or one working day of the specified deadline, 10% of the overall marks available for that element of assessment will be deducted, as a penalty for late submission, except for work which is marked in the range 50 – 59%, in which case the mark will be capped at the pass mark (50%).
If you submit your coursework more than 24 hours or more than one working day after the specified deadline you will be given a mark of zero for the work in question.
The University’s mitigating circumstances procedures relating to the non-submission or late submission of coursework apply to all coursework.”
Coursework criteria -- marks will be awarded for:
Ability to analyse and interpret the financial information.
Application of relevant concepts and theories addressed in this module.
Evaluation and synthesis of source material.
Capacity to present ideas and arguments in a coherent and structured form.
Presentation and quality of report
The assessment criteria for this module are:
Direct in answering the question and drawing on a wide range of relevant evidence.
Very well organised -- clear evidence of ability to develop sustained argument.
Excellent demonstration of sound knowledge and understanding of relevant facts and concepts.
Clear evidence of thoughtfulness, and of wider reading, extending beyond prescribed texts
Direct in answering question, using range of evidence.
Well organised -- evidence of ability to develop sustained argument.
Sound demonstration of knowledge and understanding of relevant facts and concepts.
Some evidence of thoughtfulness and evidence of close familiarity with prescribed texts, with signs of some wider reading
Direct in answering question, but limited grasp of wider implications of the question.
Not very well organised -- limited evidence of ability to develop sustained argument.
Limited demonstration of knowledge and understanding of facts and concepts, perhaps with over-emphasis on facts.
Limited evidence of thoughtfulness and of wider reading
Marginal Fail: (40%-49%)
Not always sharply focused on question.
Not well organised.
Very limited demonstration of knowledge and understanding of facts and concepts, perhaps with some errors or misunderstanding being evident.
Very limited evidence of thoughtfulness, and of reading
Fail (35% - 39%)
Fails to address main elements of question.
Contains significant number of factual errors and/or errors of interpretation.
Clear Fail (less than 35%)
Fails to answer questions set and/or demonstrates a complete lack of understanding.
Numerous errors of fact and interpretation
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