Investment and Financing

Course description


This course teaches the necessary tools for a fundamental understanding of investment and finance. Participants first learn the basics of financial mathematics (e.g. interest rate and annuity calculus) before they are taught static and dynamic investment. The finance part focuses on bonds and the structure of interest rates. In investment analysis, the course finally deals with decision making under uncertainty, portfolio theory and the Capital Asset Pricing Model.

 

Program Takeaways


Time value of money

Cash flow theory

Financial basics and calculus

Investment decisions under uncertainty


 

Awards

Investment and Financing is one of FiRRM’s most popular courses within the Faculty of Business and Economics and is a consistent winner of the faculty’s Teaching Award from year to year.

FiRRM wins the Teaching Award for 2018/19 
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