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ᴾᴿᴱᴹᴵᵁᴹ ᵀᵁᵀᴼᴿ Henry H.

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▉ STATISTICS Θ C.A.P Certification ⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬  STATISTICS LEVEL Ⅰ ✽ ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ » Summarising and Displaying data » Categorical & Numerical Data Analysis » Probability & Statistical Inference » Conditional Probability & Bayes’ Theorem » Discrete & Continuous Random Variables » Bernoulli, Binomial, Geometric & Poisson » Uniform & Exponential Continuous Distribution » Distribution Functions: Discrete & Continuous » Distributions: The Normal Distribution Poisson process & Poisson distribution ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃  STATISTICS LEVEL Ⅱ ✽✽ ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ » Multivariate Random Variable Theory » Transformations (Monotonic & Nonmonotonic) » Sampling Distribution & Confidence Interval » Hypothesis Testing (Mean & Proportion) » Correlation & Regression Analysis » Z Test, Student t test, Chi-squared test » One way ANOVA, Multiple comparisons and Transformations » Two-way ANOVA and Multiple comparisons » Nonparametric, Power and Sample Size ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃  STATISTICS LEVEL Ⅲ ✽✽✽ ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ » Polynomial Regression & Categorical Covariates » Variable Selection & Model Building » Logistic Regression » Poisson Regression » Gamma Regression » Linear Model, Time Series Analysis & Forecasting » AR, MA, ARMA Models & Diagnostic Tests ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ ⏬ STAT. ASSIGNMENT/PROJECTS & SOFTWARES ⏬ ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ » (ADVANCED) STATISTICS PROJECT: IN APPLICATION OF STATISTICAL THEORY & STATISTICAL DESIGN » Software: R, R Studio, SPSS, Minitab, » Eviews, gretl, MATLAB, Stata, SAS Business Intelligence. ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ ⮞ The Best Tutor in Sydney ⮞ Excellent Tutoring Service ⮞ 100% Positive Feedback from Students ⮞ Students' Final Academic Record sharply 75 - 80+ ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ ❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂ ▉ FINANCES Θ C.F.A Certification ⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬  FINANCE LEVEL Ⅰ ★ ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ » Financial Theory - Financial Market - Financial System » Present Value - Time Value of Money » Future Value - Time Value of Money » Risk & Return Behaviours » Annuity Due & Annuity Ordinary » Bond Valuation » Share Valuation » Excel in Practice » Raising Capital » C.F.A LEVEL Ⅰ - Basic Knowledge in Financial Topics & Investment Tools ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃  FINANCE LEVEL Ⅱ ★★ ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ » Fundamentals of Capital Budgeting » Net Present Value & Valuation Techniques » Financial Modelling & Time Series Data » Applied Statistics in Economic & Financial Forecasting » Derivative Securities » Mortgage Brokering & Financial Investment » Bank Management & International » Financial Quantitative Methods » C.F.A Level Ⅱ - Application of Investment Tools and Concepts ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃  FINANCE LEVEL Ⅲ ★★★ ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ » Equity Investment » Financial Reporting and Analysis » Fixed Income » Portfolio Management & Wealth Planning » Alternative Investments » Ethical and Professional Standards » C.F.A Level Ⅲ - Concepts & Techniques Synthesizing ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ ⏬ FINANCIAL ASSIGNMENT/PROJECTS & SOFTWARE ⏬ ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ » EXCEL & VBA Techniques » HeadMaster Pro » Bloomberg Financial Data & Analysis » BMSI Financial Software ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ ❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂ ▉ ACCOUNTING TOPICS Θ C.P.A Certification ⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬⏬  FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ » Analysis of Business Transaction » Single Entry System » Double Entry System » Classification of Business Transaction » Cash & Credit Transaction » Cost Volume Profit Analysis » Rule of Debits & Credits » Journal & Ledger » Sales Journal » Purchases Returns Journal » Trial Balance » Direct & Indirect Expenses » Difference Between Cash Book and Receipt Account » Classification of Cash Flows » Format and Sections of Cash Flow Statement » Steps in Preparing Cash Flow Statement ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃  MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ » Income Statement & Cost Control » Cost of Goods Sold Statement » Cost of Goods Manufactured Statement » Balance Sheet - Report Form » Variable Costing Versus Absorption Costing System » Income Comparison of Variable and » Absorption Costing » Pros & cons and Limitations of Variable Costing System » Variable Costing and Theory of Constraints » Definition and Explanation of Activity Based Costing » Treatment of Costs - (ABC) System » Activity Based Costing and Top Management » Activity Based Costing, GAAP and External Reports » C.P.A Examination Revision ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃  CORPORATE ACCOUNTING ׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃׃ » Shareholder of 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and Managerial Behaviour BMAN30702 Advanced Management Accounting BMAN31040 Financial Market Microstructure BMAN31792 Applied Investment Management BMAN31802 Environmental Economics IIA ECON20101 Econometrics ECON20110 ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ Financial Derivatives BMAN30091 10 Advanced Corporate Finance BMAN30111 Accountability and Auditing BMAN30131 Corporate Governance in Context BMAN30211 Financial Engineering BMAN30242 Corporate Contracting and Managerial Behaviour BMAN30702 Advanced Management Accounting BMAN31040 Global Management, People and the Digital Divide BMAN31420 Human Resource Management BMAN31430 Consumers and Markets BMAN31752 Towards 2050: Management & Managing in an Age of Transitions BMAN31772 Financial Market Microstructure BMAN31792 Applied Investment Management BMAN31802 ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ Introduction to Economics 1 Introduction to Economics 2 Quantitative Methods for Economics and Finance Financial Knowledge and Skills for Business Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management Academic and Professional Skills dvanced Financial Mathematics Financial Derivatives Financial Regulation: Economic Principles and Institutional Frameworks Financial Risk Management Issues in Financial Accounting Issues in Management Accounting International Portfolio Management Market-making and Investment Strategies Economics of Financial Markets Financial Theory and Practice Research methodologies for Finance and Economics Dissertation Applied Econometrics and Financial Time Series Analysis Banking and Financial Institutions Emerging Financial Markets Money, Interest Rates and Banking Economics of Financial Markets Financial Theory and Practice Research Methods for Finance and Economics Dissertation Mandatory specialism module (Term 2) Banking and Financial Institutions Money, Interest Rates and Banking Option modules (choose one) Advanced Financial Mathematics Applied Econometrics and Financial Time Series Analysis Banking and Financial Institutions Emerging Financial Markets Financial Derivatives Financial Regulation: Economic Principles and Institutional Frameworks Financial Risk Management International Portfolio Management Issues in Financial Accounting Issues in Management Accounting Market-making and Investment Strategies The function and history of money and banking Information, expectations and confidence Macroeconomic and microeconomic models Goals, targets, instruments and strategies of monetary policy The monetary transmission mechanism Financial intermediation Monetary policy and the open economy The theory of financial intermediation The structure of the financial system The internationalisation of banking Bank failures Banking regulation Mergers and acquisitions in banking Shadow banking Small business finance Insurance Fund management Financial innovation Islamic finance ⫷⫷2010-2015 PAST SUBJECTS' CODE⫸⫸ ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ ․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․ Intermediate Microeconomics Intermediate Macroeconomics Introduction to Econometrics Research Methods International Financial Economics Monetary Economics: Theory and Practice Understanding Finance Theory and Practice Business Law Operations and Process Management Business Ethics and Corporate Governance Principles of Marketing ⫷⫷2010-2015 PAST SUBJECTS' CODE⫸⫸ ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ Contemporary Issues in Economics Dissertation or placement project Options* (choose four) Further Econometrics Economic and Legal Aspects of Financial Regulation Emerging Financial Markets Game Theory in Economics, Finance and Business Behavioural Economics Political Economy in Europe Financial and Capital Markets Globalisation and International Markets Applied Financial Techniques Corporate Financial Management International Finance Financial Management Small Business and Entrepreneurship Social Enterprise: New Business Planning Employee Selection and Development Understanding Employee Relations Leadership in Action Human Resource Management and Organisational Change Digital Marketing E-commerce and Online Behaviour Commercial Law Law and Development Negotiation, Mediation, and Alternative Dispute Resolution for Law and Business Human Rights and Business Intellectual Property Law Family Law Purchasing and Supply Supply Chain Management Project and Event Management Big Data and Business Intelligence Corporate Strategy ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ Contemporary Issues in Economics Dissertation or placement project Options* (choose four) Further Econometrics Economic and Legal Aspects of Financial Regulation Emerging Financial Markets Game Theory in Economics, Finance and Business Behavioural Economics Political Economy in Europe Financial and Capital Markets Globalisation and International Markets Applied Financial Techniques Corporate Financial Management International Finance Financial Management Small Business and Entrepreneurship Social Enterprise: New Business Planning Employee Selection and Development Understanding Employee Relations Leadership in Action Human Resource Management and Organisational Change Digital Marketing E-commerce and Online Behaviour Commercial Law Law and Development Negotiation, Mediation, and Alternative Dispute Resolution for Law and Business Human Rights and Business Intellectual Property Law Family Law Purchasing and Supply Supply Chain Management Project and Event Management Big Data and Business Intelligence Corporate Strategy ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ Asset pricing The asset pricing module covers the theory and practice of valuing claims to uncertain cash flows; for example, stocks and stock options, bonds and foreign-exchange instruments. The module covers standard material such as CAPM and the Black-Scholes formula, and some advanced material such as consumption-CAPM and pricing formulas for "exotic options". About half of the module is dedicated to the application of advanced statistical methods to the area of asset pricing and to practical work with real-world data. Corporate finance Corporate finance studies the financing, valuation and corporate governance of firms. During this module, you will learn the fundamental principles of financial accounting, the valuation of firms' assets and the determinants of firms' financial structures. You will be taught the key components of firms' financial decisions and the operation of financial markets, including new issues of securities, debt, and dividend policy. You will learn about the relevance of different financial institutions to the financing of firms, the takeover process, corporate restructurings, and financial distress. Financial econometrics The module in financial econometrics provides students with a background in the fundamentals of empirical modelling and testing in finance. This will allow you to better understand crucial concepts like risk, evidence, and prediction. Economics Microeconomics is the study of how financial and commercial frameworks and conditions impact on individual situations and business units. During this module you will learn to apply the basic tools of market and firm analysis, game theory, incentive theory, and auctions. In addition, the module will provide an introduction to fundamental ideas in macroeconomics, reinforced by lectures from leading policy experts. ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ Capital raising and finance This module, taught by Andreas T. Angelopoulos, examines the role of capital raising for entrepreneurs, investors and companies based on: theory, cases and financial modelling, speakers and a project following the ‘Connect Theory with Practice‘ approach aiming students to acquire not only the required theory of the finance instruments and methods but also to develop their execution and modelling skills for their interviews and career. We will cover: Finance instruments: Debt (loans and bonds), quasi-equity (shareholder loans, convertible bonds, preference shares), equity (preferred ordinary shares, ordinary shares) Finance methods: Equity and quasi-equity finance: growth capital, IPO (primary & secondary offer), primary (rights issue and capital increase), secondary (follow on), equity linked (convertible bonds) and debt finance: leverage finance, project finance, infrastructure finance ​View the course syllabus. Cases in finance and investments The purpose of this module, taught by Andreas T. Angelopoulos, is to provide real cases and modelling experience to students in the finance areas of leverage finance, mergers & acquisitions, private equity finance (LBO and distress), project and infrastructure finance based on: Information memorandum and financial modelling analysis by the Lecturer Case analysis & financial modelling by the students Case presentation and interaction with industry executives Project development by a group of students View the course syllabus. Corporate valuation Managers of firms have many responsibilities. A critical one is to ensure that the firm makes appropriate investment and financial decisions. This module focuses on how to make good decisions. While it will also focus to some extent on the mechanics of corporate valuation, it is more directly a module on how to create (and destroy) corporate value. As such, we are more interested in the decisions you make after you have conducted the valuation analysis. Who should take this class? Consultants, entrepreneurs, general managers, marketers, investment bankers, and other finance professionals — basically, if you are interested in business, you should take this class. Entrepreneurial finance The entrepreneurial finance elective aims to help future executives, facing financing and investment decisions in a broad range of entrepreneurial environments, to make better decisions and achieve better outcomes. The module covers all stages of the financing process from initial financial planning to harvesting value. While the module will inevitably involve looking at a number of technology driven businesses, the emphasis is on gaining insights into the entrepreneurial financing process rather than looking at the financing of technology businesses per se. Entrepreneurial environments considered will include not just young, growing, independent businesses but also those around the buy-outs and spin-outs of units from more established businesses, as well as entrepreneurial joint ventures, that are established with a view to their becoming independently viable entrepreneurial businesses in their own right. One of the eight sessions will also be devoted to looking at the venture capital industry with a view to providing candidates with a broad understanding of current developments in this area and the likely future impact on the range of financing options and alternatives available from these sources going forward. The module requires candidates to be very comfortable with and confident in using basic financial concepts. It is designed to focus on the numbers and analytic techniques for gaining insight, although continual attention will also be paid to the incentives facing each of the parties in the financing process. The module will be highly relevant for future executives who may be involved in an entrepreneurial venture at some point in their careers, whether in a turnaround, a management buy-out, a young company or a start-up. It will also be highly applicable for future private equity and venture capital decision makers. Fixed income and derivatives This elective will develop the analytical tools necessary to understand and price fixed income and derivatives financial instruments. The properties of these financial instruments will be analysed and related to risk management, portfolio diversification, systemic risk, financial fragility and contagion. Emphasis will be put on applying these techniques on problems emerging in the marketplace. Topics to be covered include: bond valuation, properties and trading; swaps; risky debt; fixed income and hedging applications; the yield curve; derivatives markets; properties and trading; derivatives pricing and hedging applications; Black-Scholes Model; real options, credit derivatives and securitisation, credit derivatives and financial stability. Mergers, acquisitions and restructuring The market for corporate ownership is one of the hallmarks of capitalism. Within that market, vast amounts of corporate wealth have been created – and destroyed. The objective of this module is to understand the market, the institutions that were created in order to execute these complicated transactions, and the strategies that are employed by the major players. One role of the market is to allocate assets to the owners who can extract the maximum value out of them; bankruptcy is an alternative mechanism. Hence, the two mechanisms are often studied together under the heading of restructuring. The first four sessions are taught by Oren Sussman and focus on finance. Subsequently, Duncan Angwin will teach four additional sessions that would focus on strategy and organisational behaviour. Private equity Throughout the year there are many different seminars, events and conferences involving private equity professionals and those faculty researching in the area. These provide a useful introduction to the sector, and essential background knowledge for students taking the private equity course. There are three main objectives of the private equity course: to develop an understanding of the roles played by the various participants involved in private equity. The module will consider the attractions of private equity as an investment class. The organisation and incentive structures of private equity funds, and the complex relationship with the companies in which they invest are also analysed. to apply many of the ideas and theories developed in the core finance modules to a particular sector of the financial industry. The private equity sector – involving both venture capital and buy-outs – is a particularly interesting sector to analyse. Private equity is used to finance many companies where the generic problems encountered when financing companies – such as uncertainty or asymmetric information – are especially acute and complex. to critically evaluate the valuation techniques employed in private equity transactions. By their very nature, private equity investments (which lack market valuations provided by public equity markets) are those where valuation is often difficult, being highly sensitive to assumptions and methodology. This module reviews a variety of valuation techniques in the context of real private equity transactions. ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ Capital raising and finance This module, taught by Andreas T. Angelopoulos, examines the role of capital raising for entrepreneurs, investors and companies based on: theory, cases and financial modelling, speakers and a project following the ‘Connect Theory with Practice‘ approach aiming students to acquire not only the required theory of the finance instruments and methods but also to develop their execution and modelling skills for their interviews and career. We will cover: Finance instruments: Debt (loans and bonds), quasi-equity (shareholder loans, convertible bonds, preference shares), equity (preferred ordinary shares, ordinary shares) Finance methods: Equity and quasi-equity finance: growth capital, IPO (primary & secondary offer), primary (rights issue and capital increase), secondary (follow on), equity linked (convertible bonds) and debt finance: leverage finance, project finance, infrastructure finance ​View the course syllabus. Cases in finance and investments The purpose of this module, taught by Andreas T. Angelopoulos, is to provide real cases and modelling experience to students in the finance areas of leverage finance, mergers & acquisitions, private equity finance (LBO and distress), project and infrastructure finance based on: Information memorandum and financial modelling analysis by the Lecturer Case analysis & financial modelling by the students Case presentation and interaction with industry executives Project development by a group of students View the course syllabus. Corporate valuation Managers of firms have many responsibilities. A critical one is to ensure that the firm makes appropriate investment and financial decisions. This module focuses on how to make good decisions. While it will also focus to some extent on the mechanics of corporate valuation, it is more directly a module on how to create (and destroy) corporate value. As such, we are more interested in the decisions you make after you have conducted the valuation analysis. Who should take this class? Consultants, entrepreneurs, general managers, marketers, investment bankers, and other finance professionals — basically, if you are interested in business, you should take this class. Entrepreneurial finance The entrepreneurial finance elective aims to help future executives, facing financing and investment decisions in a broad range of entrepreneurial environments, to make better decisions and achieve better outcomes. The module covers all stages of the financing process from initial financial planning to harvesting value. While the module will inevitably involve looking at a number of technology driven businesses, the emphasis is on gaining insights into the entrepreneurial financing process rather than looking at the financing of technology businesses per se. Entrepreneurial environments considered will include not just young, growing, independent businesses but also those around the buy-outs and spin-outs of units from more established businesses, as well as entrepreneurial joint ventures, that are established with a view to their becoming independently viable entrepreneurial businesses in their own right. One of the eight sessions will also be devoted to looking at the venture capital industry with a view to providing candidates with a broad understanding of current developments in this area and the likely future impact on the range of financing options and alternatives available from these sources going forward. The module requires candidates to be very comfortable with and confident in using basic financial concepts. It is designed to focus on the numbers and analytic techniques for gaining insight, although continual attention will also be paid to the incentives facing each of the parties in the financing process. The module will be highly relevant for future executives who may be involved in an entrepreneurial venture at some point in their careers, whether in a turnaround, a management buy-out, a young company or a start-up. It will also be highly applicable for future private equity and venture capital decision makers. Fixed income and derivatives This elective will develop the analytical tools necessary to understand and price fixed income and derivatives financial instruments. The properties of these financial instruments will be analysed and related to risk management, portfolio diversification, systemic risk, financial fragility and contagion. Emphasis will be put on applying these techniques on problems emerging in the marketplace. Topics to be covered include: bond valuation, properties and trading; swaps; risky debt; fixed income and hedging applications; the yield curve; derivatives markets; properties and trading; derivatives pricing and hedging applications; Black-Scholes Model; real options, credit derivatives and securitisation, credit derivatives and financial stability. Mergers, acquisitions and restructuring The market for corporate ownership is one of the hallmarks of capitalism. Within that market, vast amounts of corporate wealth have been created – and destroyed. The objective of this module is to understand the market, the institutions that were created in order to execute these complicated transactions, and the strategies that are employed by the major players. One role of the market is to allocate assets to the owners who can extract the maximum value out of them; bankruptcy is an alternative mechanism. Hence, the two mechanisms are often studied together under the heading of restructuring. The first four sessions are taught by Oren Sussman and focus on finance. Subsequently, Duncan Angwin will teach four additional sessions that would focus on strategy and organisational behaviour. Private equity Throughout the year there are many different seminars, events and conferences involving private equity professionals and those faculty researching in the area. These provide a useful introduction to the sector, and essential background knowledge for students taking the private equity course. There are three main objectives of the private equity course: to develop an understanding of the roles played by the various participants involved in private equity. The module will consider the attractions of private equity as an investment class. The organisation and incentive structures of private equity funds, and the complex relationship with the companies in which they invest are also analysed. to apply many of the ideas and theories developed in the core finance modules to a particular sector of the financial industry. The private equity sector – involving both venture capital and buy-outs – is a particularly interesting sector to analyse. Private equity is used to finance many companies where the generic problems encountered when financing companies – such as uncertainty or asymmetric information – are especially acute and complex. to critically evaluate the valuation techniques employed in private equity transactions. By their very nature, private equity investments (which lack market valuations provided by public equity markets) are those where valuation is often difficult, being highly sensitive to assumptions and methodology. This module reviews a variety of valuation techniques in the context of real private equity transactions. ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ ACCT 1008 - Accounting for Business ACCT 2005 - Financial Accounting 2 ACCT 2006 - Management Accounting ACCT 2013 - Cost Management Systems ACCT 3003 - Contemporary Issues In Accounting ACCT 3007 - Financial accounting 3 ACCT1006 - Financial Accounting 1 ACCT1008 - Accounting for Business ACCT1009 - Accounting Principles For Business Decisions ACCT3005 - Auditing Theory And Practice ACCT5011 - Accounting for Management M ACCT5013 - Advanced Accounting ACCT5014 - Auditing Principles M ACCT5015 - Contemporary Issues in Accounting M ACCT5023 - Financial Accounting Fundamentals M ACG11 - Accounting for Business ACG12 - Financial Accounting 1 ACG24 - Management Accounting ACG27 - Financial Accounting 2 ACG35 - Contemporary Issues In Accounting BUSS5247 - Accounting for Decision Making 7019 - Accounting Concepts And Methods ACC1002 - Introduction To Accounting ACCTING 1002 - Introductory Accounting I ACCTING 1002NA - Accounting for Decision Makers I ACCTING 1003BR - Accounting Information Systems I ACCTING 1005 - Accounting Method I ACCTING 2500 - Management Accounting II ACCTING 2501 - Financial Accounting II ACCTING 2503 - Accounting Information Systems Ii ACCTING 3500 - Accounting Theory III ACCTING 3501 - Corporate Accounting III accting 3502 - auditing III ACCTING 7019EX - Accounting Concepts and Methods (M) ACCTING 7014 - Management Accounting (M) ACCTING 7009 - Auditing & Assurance Svcs (M) ACCTING 7020NA - Intermediate Financial Reporting (M) ACCTING1005 - Accounting Method I ACCTING1003 - Accounting Information Systems I ACCTING3052 - Auditing III ACCTING2501 - Financial Accounting 10987 - Accounting 100 10989 - Accounting (Auditing) 300 11013 - Accounting (Managerial) 201 11942 - Accounting Information Systems 531 305228 - Accounting (Financial) 250 305229 - Accounting (Advanced Financial) 312350 - Corporate Accounting Issues 521 ACCT 1000 - Introduction To Accounting ACCT1000 - Introduction To Accounting ACCT2000 - Accounting Systems ACCT2005 - Financial Accounting ACCT2006 - Financial Reporting ACCT5000 - Intemediate Financial Accounting ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ ACCT5013 - Intemediate Financial Accounting ACCT1112 - Management Accounting ACCT2112 - Management Accounting ACCT2201 - Corporate Accounting ACCT2331 - Taxation ACCT3203 - Contemporary Managerial Accounting ACCT3302 - Financial Statement Analysis ACCT3321 - Financial Accounting: Theory and Practice ACCT3322 - Auditing ACCT3323 - Strategic Management Accounting ACCT5432 - Introductory Financial Accounting ACCT5602 - Accounting ACCT5637 - Principles of Taxation BUSN1002 - Financial Accounting Processes BUSN1002 - Accounting Processes and Systems BUSN2011 - Management Accounting BUSN2015 - Company Accounting BUSN3001 - Accounting Theory BUSN7031 - Management Accounting And Cost Analysis INFS2005 - Accounting Information Systems ACFI1001 - Accounting for Decision Makers ACFI1002 - Accounting Practice ACFI2001 - Company Accounting ACFI2002 - Financial Accounting ACFI2003 - Management Accounting ACFI2004 - Advanced Management Accounting ACFI2011 - Financial Accounting ACFI2012 - Accounting For Corporate Entities ACFI3001 - Accounting Theory ACFI3002 - Issues in Financial Accounting GSBS6200 - Accounting and Financial Management ACCY 200 - Accounting ACCY100 - Accounting IA ACCY111 - Accounting Fundamentals In Society ACCY112 - Accounting In Organisations ACCY200 - Financial Accounting IIA ACCY201 - Financial Accounting IIB ACCY211 - Management Accounting II ACCY231 - Information Systems in Accounting ACCY305 - Financial Accounting III ACCY901 - Accounting Foundations For Professionals ACCY902 - Applied Financial Accounting ACCY936 - Management and Information Systems TBS 901 - Accounting for Managers ACC100 - Accounting 1 ACC110 - Accounting 2 ACC210 - Management Accounting ACC200 - Accounting Systems ACC222 - External Reporting ACC341 - Accounting Theory (8) ACC512 - Management Accounting for Costs & Control (8) ACC514 - Financial Accounting ACC515 - Accounting & Finance (8) ACC515 - Accounting And Finance ACC566 - Acc Systems and Processes (8) AFM101 - Introduction to Financial Accounting AFM112 - Introduction to Management Accounting AFM272 - Accounting Information Systems ACC1AIS - Accounting And Info System ACC1AMD - Accounting For Management Decision ACC2CAD - Cost Accounting & Decision Making ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ ACC100 - Communication In Everyday Life ACC2CRE - Corporate Reporting ACC3AFA - Advanced Financial Accounting ACC3AUD - Auditing And Assurance ACC3MAC - Mgt Accounting & Control ACC3TAX - Taxation ACC5AAI - Advanced Accounting Issues ACC5AFM - Accounting For Managers ACC5AAS - Adv Aud & Assurance Services ACC5CRE - Corporate Reporting ACC5FAS - Financl Accontn Informtion Sys ACC5MCR - Management And Cost Reporting ACC5TAX - Taxation BUS1AFB - Accounting And Finance BUS5AFS - Accounting And Finance For Services ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ Applied Statistics Statistical Inference Statistical Programming Computational Statistics Statistical Data Mining Bayes Methods. Stochastic Models in Mathematical Genetics Probability and Statistics for Network Analysis Graphical Models Advanced Topics in Statistical Machine Learning Advanced Simulation Methods Actuarial Science. ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ ACCT11059 - Using Accounting for Decision Making ACCT19060 - Management Accounting ACCT19061 - Corporate Accounting ACCT19062 - Issues in Financial Reporting ACCT19084 - Financial Accounting ACCT19066 - Accounting Systems and Assurance BU1002 - Accounting for Decision Making BU1902 - Accounting for Decision Making BX3011 - Company Accounting LB5212 - Accounting and Finance for Managers ACCT11-100 - Introduction to Accounting ACCT 10003 - Accouting Process And Analysis BFA103 - Accounting and Financial Decision Making BFA104 - Accounting Context and Method BFA201 - Financial Accounting BFA507 - The Accounting Framework CMA101 - Introduction to Accounting CMA201 - Principles of Financial Accounting CMA204 - Financial Accounting Applications PRBA001 - Accounting Principles PRBA003 - Corporate Accounting PRBA002 - Cost and Management Accounting ACC2250 - Accounting Ii ACC2700 - Financial Reporting Standards ACC3201 - Accounting Information Systems ACC3700 - Financial Accounting, Theory and Practice ACC6010 - Accounting Concepts And Applications ACC6015 - Corporate Accounting and Reporting BUS170 - Foundations of Accounting BUS256 - Contemporary Financial Accounting BS111 - Accounting for Business 22107 - Accounting for Business Decisions A ACCT3031 - International Corporate Governance ACCG100 - Accounting IA ACCG224 - Intermediate Financial Accounting ACCG101 - Accounting IB ACCG101 - Accounting And Governance ACCG340 - Auditing and Assurance Services ACCG611 - Principles of Accounting ACCG923 - Accounting Standards and Practice ACCG921 - Managerial Accounting ACCG926 - Corporate Accounting ACCG330 - Strategic Management Accounting ACCG922 - Accounting Information Systems ACCG927 - Current Issues in Accounting and Corporate Governance ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ ACCG925 - Auditing and Assurance Services ACCG 200 - Management Accounting ACCG847 - Forensic Accounting ACST852 - Finance and Financial Reporting ACCG612 - Intermediate Financial Accounting ACCT7101 - Accounting 3102AFE - Auditing 7106AFE - Income Tax Law for Accountants ACF2851 - Accounting Information Systems And Financial Modelling AFF1121 - Introduction Of Financial Accounting AFC1030 - Introduction To Financial Accounting AFG3041 - Auditing And Assurance 313220 - Accounting 062 MAA250 - Professional Ethics And Governance ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ ECON1101 - Microeconomics 1 BUSS1040 - Economics for Business Decision Making ECMT1010 - Business and Economic Statistics A ECMT1020 - Business and Economic Statistics B ECON1001 - Introductory Microeconomics ECON1001 - Microeconomics for Business Decisions ECON1002 - Introductory Macroeconomics ECON1002 - Macroeconomics in the Global Economy ECON1003 - Quantitative Methods in Economics Econ5001 - Microeconomic Theory ECON6001 - Microeconomics Analysis 1 ECON6002 - Macroeconomics Analysis 1 ECOP1001 - Economics as a Social Science ECOP1003 - International Economy and Finance ECOS2001 - Intermediate Microeconomics ECOS2002 - Intermediate Macroeconomics ECOS2901 - Intermediate Microeconomics Honours ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆ ECON1101 - Microeconomics: Prices and Markets ECON1102 - Macroeconomics: Money and Finance ECON1203 - Business and Economic Statistics ECON1401 - Economic Analysis ECON2101 - Microeconomics 2 ECON2102 - Macroeconomics 2 ECON2111 - Introduction to Economic Development ECON2112 - Macroeconomics 2(H) ECON2112 - Game Theory and Business Strategy ECON3104 - International Macroeconomics ECON3107 - Economics of Finance ECON3203 - Econometric Theory ECON3208 - Econometric Methods ECON5103 - Business Economics ECON6001 - Microeconomic Analysis ECON111 - Microeconomic Principles ECON110 - Macroeconomic Principles ECON203 - Microeconomic Analysis ECON204 - Macroeconomic Analysis ECON214 - Applied Macroeconomics ECON232 - Econometric Principles ECON633 - Intermediate Macroeconomics ECON649 - Economic Analysis ECON847 - International Trade ․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․ ․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․ DEAR,  YOU ARE SO AMAZING !!! 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