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18 NQF credits at HEQSF level 7 

Course convener: A Majoni

Course entry requirements:

A minimum of 60% for FTX2024F/S and passes in ACC1006F/S and ACC1012S or ACC2011S, MAM1010F and MAM1012S (or equivalent), Statistics 2020F, ECO2003F and ECO2004S. NOTE: Finance students need to have ACC2011S as part of their prescribed programme.

Objective:

To build on the knowledge gained in Corporate Financial Management and Finance IIA, and to give students a thorough grounding in Fixed Income Securities, Derivatives and Financial Risk Management, and International Finance.

Course outline:

The course is divided into three modules that seek to provide students with a solid foundation of investment theory and its practical application. The modules covered include, Fixed Income Securities, Derivatives and Financial Risk Management, and International Finance. The Fixed Income Securities module is intended to provide a practical introduction to the valuation, analysis and management of fixed income securities. The Derivatives and Financial Risk Management module focuses on providing students with an overview in practical application of the valuation of derivative securities. The International Finance module is intended to give a global perspective on finance, with particular attention to the practice of finance and investment management in an international setting.

DP requirements:

Satisfactory completion of all required assignments and tests. Sub-minimum for coursework of 40% and attendance at 80% of the tutorials. Please note that these requirements will be strictly enforced.

Assessment:

Coursework (including tests and assignments) 50%; final examination 50%.

Last updated : 30 Mar 2017



Staff Members on this course :

Mr. Akios Majoni Lecturer

+27 (0)21 650 2753
akios.majoni@uct.ac.za
4.69, Robert Leslie Social Science







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