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All About The International Banking And Financial Studies Masters At Southampton

Here is a short summary of the MSc International Banking and Financial Studies masters degree course offered by the Management School at the University of Southampton to help would-be students to decide whether it is the course for them.

This International Banking and Financial Studies masters course aims to develop students’ existing skills through advanced study in the areas of banking and finance, with a particular emphasis on the international context in which these activities occur.

The International Banking and Financial Studies masters programme gives you a coherent theoretical framework for the various subject areas, although the emphasis throughout is on the practical application of financial techniques in the modern financial services environment.

Southampton Management School has an excellent international reputation for the analytical study of management and business. Studying the MSc International Banking and Financial Studies masters programme will introduce you to new concepts and knowledge, which can make all the difference in the job market.

At the Management School, all our degrees are taught by research-active academics who are also directly tackling business challenges outside the seminar room and putting theory into practice every day.

The International Banking and Financial Studies masters degree course is led by Dr. Gerhard Kling, who is a senior lecturer in Finance at the University of Southamptons Management School.

Gerhard received his PhD in Economics from the University of Tuebingen (Germany) and joined Utrecht University (The Netherlands) as Assistant Professor of Finance and Financial Markets (2004-2006).

In 2006, he went into the private sector and worked as Practice Specialist in Corporate Finance & Banking (McKinsey & Company, Germany) (2006-2007). Then he returned into academia and joined Bristol Business School (UWE, UK) as Senior Lecturer in Strategy (2007-2009).

In 2009, Gerhard was promoted to a Principal Lecturer in Strategy and Operations Management (2009-2010). On 1st October 2010 he joined the University of Southampton as a Senior Lecturer in Finance.
Southampton Management School has an excellent international reputation for the analytical study of management and business. Studying an MSc Management masters degree, or other postgraduate option, will introduce you to new concepts and knowledge, which can make all the difference in the job market.
All our degrees are taught by research-active academics who are also directly tackling business challenges outside the seminar room and put theory into practice every day.

To find out more about this International Banking and Financial Studies masters degree go to www.southampton.ac.uk/management

Germany Dental Devices Market Analysis And Forecasts To 2015

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This report is an essential source for in-depth information and data relating to the Germany dental devices market. It also offers detailed and comprehensive coverage of market revenue, volume, distribution and company share information; and latest news, financial deals and pipeline products information of each of the key sub-segments of the dental devices market in Germany.

Scope
The report provides dental devices market information broken down into detailed categories and segments in Germany.
Total revenues, products sold, end users, and average pricing.
Market shares of all the key competitors. Key pipeline products that are set to shape the market, broken down by sector.
Information on the top medical equipment companies in the sector in the country covering business description, strategic analysis, and financial information.
Healthcare structure, regulatory environment, approval process, pricing trends and reimbursement.
Product and brand updates, strategy changes, R&D projects, corporate expansions and contractions and regulatory changes.
Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity investments and IPOs.
Customer, hospitals and physicians data.

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European Photovoltaic Market Is Benefited From The Earthquake

For the photovoltaic industry, the subsidy policies in Italy and Germany are uncertain. Practitioners look on the market. Recently, influenced by the earthquake, Japanese government may have the new budget to support the northeastern area. One billion watt of the solar energy system will be installed. All the practitioners watch closely this news. Besides, the unclear disaster makes the electrovalence in Europe increase, and the developing space of solar energy will be improved. One billion of the solar energy system will be installed in Japan, but the details are not certain.

Apart from the Japanese market, the Italian market also may gain the subsidy. Practitioners maintain that the wait-and-see attitude makes the demand low. Lacking of the new subsidy, the return to investment can not be estimated. Many banks begin to reduce the loan fund, because they worry that the rate may lower than expected. The capital, which is used to install the systems, is frozen because of banks’ attitude. The fund will be unfrozen when the new policies come out. Besides, no matter how much subsidy is reduced, the mature supply chain of solar energy industry in Asia is able to make up for the losses, as long as the cap is not set.

Germany is a dramatic market. The government in Germany is very alert. Influenced by the disaster, they quickly stopped seven unclear power plants which have been established for more than thirty years. The government also increases the subsidy of renewable energy, especially for the wind energy. Moreover, the infrastructures of the solar energy are also focused. However, the poll in Germany has been influenced by the unclear disaster. The anti-unclear Greens had won. Angele Merkel points out that the renewable energy may be a certain way to keep the regime. The new policies of the solar energy in this July will stand in the breach. Recently, the price of traditional electricity also increases, so the cost of solar energy and traditional way becomes closer. The related integrated circuit is .