Financial Services: Regulations and Ethics in Oman FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESS PROGRAMME WRIT2
|Programme Title: Accounting and Finance|
|Module Title: Financial Services: Regulations and Ethics in
|Module Code: GAC4003|
|Assessment Method: Coursework|
|Level: 4||Block: 1|
|Module Credits: 10||Weighting: 50%|
|Due Date: 23-Jun-2020, 09:00 PM||Word Count: 1500|
|Examiner(s): Muhammad Saleem|
Financial Services: Regulations and Ethics in Oman
Gulf College – Faculty of Business and Management Studies – In academic
Affiliation with CARDIFF SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
- Written work
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- Where appropriate, a contents page, a list of tables/figures and a list of abbreviations should precede your work.
- All referencing must adhere to School/Institutional requirements.
- A word count must be stated at the end of your work.
- Appendices should be kept to the minimum and be of direct relevance to the content of your work.
- All tables and figures must be correctly numbered and labelled.
- Other types of coursework/assignments
Ø Where coursework involves oral presentations, discussions, poster presentations, etc., specific instructions will be provided by your module leader/team.
Rewrite below part just after the References of your assignment.
I, [Name of Student], hereby declare that the uploaded Coursework through Turnitin is my own work. I affirm that this has been researched and completed in accordance with the college rules and regulations on plagiarism.
I acknowledge the advice given by the module tutors on proper referencing to avoid plagiarism and the rules on the academic unfair practice.
I acknowledge that I read and understand the plagiarism guide written at the end of this assessment. Any academic misconduct will be handled according to the rules and regulations of the university.
Signature of Student
[Name of Student]
Financial Services Regulations and Ethics in Oman
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A work declaration must be included just after the reference page of your assignment. This ensures that you prepare your work in good faith. Any form of collusion and/or academic unfair practice will be dealt with according to the pertinent rules and regulations of the partner university. Please read carefully the plagiarism guide.
This Coursework comprises 50% of the total assessments marks. These will develop the following skills:
- Writing skills- Through assessment task, students will be able to improve their writing skill which is needed in the workplace.
- Application skills-With understanding and knowledge of the module, students will be able to compare products and services provided by different financial service providers.
- Analytical skills- The reflection report enable the students to analyse and evaluate the functioning of economic system at macro level and decision making on economic issues.
In addition, the assessment will test the following learning outcomes:
LO1. Compare the different types of Oman financial services providers and products.
LO2. Analyse the effects of changes and trends in the market place on both providers and consumers
“Cash – in savings accounts, short-term CDs or money market deposits – is great for an emergency fund. But to fulfil a long-term investment goal like funding your retirement, consider buying stocks. The more distant your financial target, the longer inflation will gnaw at the purchasing power of your money”
GAC4003 – Financial Services: Regulations and Ethics in Oman AY: 2019-2020 / 2nd Semester
|Discuss the inflation and its present situation in Oman.||15|
( In a table )
|Compare the role of central bank of Oman (CBO) with other commercial banks working in Sultanate of Oman.
1. General Role of central bank – 10marks
2. Role of central bank as controller of credit -5marks
3. Role of commercial banks – 10marks
|Analysis of effects of inflation on consumers and on banks regarding the advancement of economy of Oman for the last three years
1. Effects of inflation on consumers spending – 10 marks
2. Effects of inflation on consumers savings – 10marks
3. Effects of inflation on banks deposits- 10 marks
4. Effects of inflation on banks’ loan products- 10 marks
|Recommendation & Conclusion
|Recommendation (10 Marks) Conclusion (10 Marks)||20|
|Use of Harvard Referencing system for both in-text citation and reference lists (5-10 references)|
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Use of any quotation(s) from the published or unpublished work of other persons, whether published in textbooks, articles, the Web, or in any other format, which quotations have not been clearly identified as such by being placed in quotation marks and acknowledged.
Use of another person’s words or ideas that have been slightly changed or paraphrased to make it look different from the original.
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Use of services of essay banks and/or any other agencies.
Use of unacknowledged material downloaded from the Internet.
Re-use of one’s own material except as authorized by the department.
- Collusion, which can be defined as when work that has been undertaken by or with others is submitted and passed off as solely as the work of one person. This also applies where the work of one candidate is submitted in the name of another. Where this is done with the knowledge of the originator both parties can be considered to be at fault.
- Fabrication of data, making false claims to have carried out experiments, observations, interviews or other forms of data collection and analysis, or acting dishonestly in any other way.
Plagiarism Detection Software (PDS)
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