FR2209 - PORTFOLIO THEORY AND INVESTMENT VALUATION (UG)
This module aims to introduce you to the theoretical background for the application of portfolio selection and asset pricing and accustom them with applying modern portfolio theory for the practice of investment management. Its main objective is to develop a good understanding of investment risk-return characteristics, the benefits of diversification, and the main equilibrium models for asset pricing. It also provides you with the skills required for security selection, portfolio construction, and portfolio performance measurement.
SMM200 - DERIVATIVES AND RISK MANAGEMENT (MSC)
This course examines derivatives, which are a key part of modern finance. An understanding of how they are structured, priced, and used to hedge financial risks is vital for those considering careers in equity, fixed income, or currency portfolio management or trading.