Corporate Financial Risk Management (7203AFE)

This course has a prerequisite requirement which means you MUST successfully complete the listed course or requirement/s BEFORE enrolling in this course. If you have enrolled in the course without meeting this requirement you MUST WITHDRAW immediately or contact the Program Director if you believe you have extenuating circumstances. It is our experience that students who have not completed the prerequisite course struggle to complete the course and often Fail as a result. It is your responsibility to have any Transfer Credit appearing on your academic transcript before enrolling. This course considers theoretical, empirical and practical aspects of financial risk management. It provides an in-depth study of some of the risk management aspects of derivative securities e.g. options, futures, and forward contracts. The course highlights practical applications of these securities focusing on the concept of financial engineering. The central question with which this course is concerned is: 'How do you identify and price financial risk and what strategies are available in order to manage and contain that risk? The course also incorporates a discussion of the insurance products and markets.' The course is normally offered: Nathan Semester 1 The last offering for this course will be Semester 1 2015. Prerequisite: 7211AFE or 7905AFE or 2201AFE(Corporate Finance)

Course study information

Credit points (awarded)

10 (10)

Study level

Student contribution band

Band 3

Usually available

Nathan Semester 1

There are currently no offerings for this course