Banks and in­su­rers have to meet ever-hig­her de­man­ds: Cli­ents ex­pect in­di­vi­dual gui­dan­ce from ex­perts in the field and com­pe­ti­ti­ve pres­su­re is gro­wing si­gni­fi­cant­ly. Of­fers and ser­vices must do ju­s­ti­ce to the gro­wing com­ple­xi­ty of the glo­bal fi­nan­ci­al mar­kets and con­tain so­phi­s­ti­ca­ted so­lu­ti­ons for cli­ents. At the same time, the con­ti­nuous chan­ges in the mar­ket must be me­dia­ted and con­vey­ed to the institution’s tar­get mar­ket in a com­pre­hen­si­ble man­ner. This me­ans that workers in the sec­tor are fa­ced with both va­ried tasks and con­stant chal­len­ges. The HWTK pre­pa­res stu­dents for the­se tasks with a con­cise and ma­nage­ment-ori­en­ted cour­se that is up to date with in­dus­try. Spe­cia­lists from the field pre­sent theo­re­ti­cal know­led­ge with prac­tical case stu­dies to crea­te a con­nec­tion to the pro­fes­sio­nal arena.


Fields of application

  • Re­tail ban­king
  • In­vest­ment con­sul­ting
  • Cor­po­ra­te ban­king and busi­ness lo­ans
  • Sel­ling fi­nan­ce and in­suran­ce ser­vices
  • Mar­ke­ting
  • In­ter­na­tio­nal busi­ness
  • Fi­nan­ce and ac­coun­ting
  • Fi­nan­ci­al con­trol­ling
  • Busi­ness plan­ning



  • Ma­jor and com­mer­ci­al banks
  • Re­gio­nal banks
  • In­suran­ce com­pa­nies in all sec­tors
  • In­suran­ce agen­ci­es
  • Sa­vings banks
  • Credit uni­ons
  • Fi­nan­ci­al ad­vi­sers
  • Bank head­quar­ters and bran­ches

Mo­du­le ca­ta­lo­gue (spe­cia­li­sa­ti­on) – Ban­king and In­suran­ce, dis­tan­ce learning (PDF)