This course introduces investment decision making solution techniques. It focuses on corporate finance from an investor's perspective. It also provides an explanation of financing options, including how financial markets operate and the main instruments of financial markets. The course is very hands-on, and makes extensive use of examples. The structure of the course is sequential and each module builds on the techniques and concepts of previous modules. The course is delivered through material apportioned on a week-by-week basis available online via Moodle. Those with no or limited experience of financial concepts should consider undertaking ZBUS8149 as introduction to this. The suggested textbook is recommended. The style is guide-by-the-side rather than sage-on-the-stage, so you are expected to study independently and participate actively and regularly to the online forum.
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