The book is designed for use in a four-week teaching module for master's students studying introductory Finance.
Upon successful completion, students will be able to: Explain the theory underlying portfolio theory Explain and critique the Capital Asset Pricing Model CAPM Contrast the Arbitrage Pricing Theory and Capital Asset Pricing Model Explain the Efficient Market Hypothesis and discuss the issues of behavioural finance Explain the components of bond pricing and interpret the factors influencing bond risk Discuss measures of bond price sensitivity and relate risk factors to the current situation in the bond markets Understand how asset backed securities are structured and their role in the financial crisis Describe the main features of futures, forwards, swaps and credit derivatives Outline the payoffs of various option strategies Illustrate the uses of derivatives for risk management Recommended Reading List Primary Text: Corporate Finance, Hillier, D.
Earlier editions will also suffice. Module Pre Requisite EC, EC This module does not assume previous knowledge of financial economics and for the most part the level of mathematics and statistics does not extend beyond SF Maths and Stats.
Students should note, however, that this is an analytical economics module that makes constant use of tools derived from mathematical and statistical concepts.
Assessment Details Michaelmas Term:Looking for a complete notes of investment analysis and portfolio management?, You landed at the right place, go ahead and learn about investment Analysis.
The analysis will conclude with a recommendation on whether ExxonMobil is a secure long-term investment.
Cash Flow The Annual Report notes “delivery of superior cash flow” as a financial highlight, driven by operating cash flow management and a disciplined approach to employed capital.
Investment Management I. Investment Management I is the first in a two part curriculum designed to educate you in fiduciary investing.
Students examine the investment industry structure and outline the unique characteristics of each type of investment instrument. BOOKCOMP, Inc. — Health Administration Press / Page ix / 3rd proof / Understanding Healthcare Financial Management 5th ed.
/ Gapenski [-9], (5) Lines: to Course Scope Investment analysis The course is designed to provide students a thorough overview of financial markets. we discuss the uses of and general approaches to valuation.
4 Syllabus—Lent Term / (Provisional) GY—Real Estate Finance LECTURE (Dr. Olmo Silva) Introduction and Overview I REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT ANALYSIS AND FINANCIAL LEVERAGE Part 1: Investment Analysis - Valuation of income .