Students will learn useful and practical implications of financial theory, which provides framework for characterizing and predicting stock and bond returns. The major focus of the course is on stocks, bonds and financial derivatives, such as options, futures and futures options.
Students explore the theories and concepts of corporate finance, including the fundamentals of working capital, acquisition of capital, capital budgeting, and dividend policy. Students also also learn financial management techniques under uncertainty, and managing the balance between assets and liabilities.
Students will learn how to analyze financial statements properly by analyzing current companies. Students learn to integrate concepts from economics, business strategy, accounting, and other business disciplines.
The management and regulatory environment of commercial banks has experienced rapid change in recent years. This course will introduce students to commercial bank management and recent changes. It focuses on problems banks are facing in a way that helps students apply financial concepts to a variety of credit, investment and funding decisions.
This course provides students with a modern introduction to the investment opportunities and changes the industry has experienced in recent years.
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