This course provides an integrated framework for analyzing and measuring risk with a computer simulation approach. A common set of computational tools will be applied across several different financial applications ranging from options pricing to portfolio design. Extensive time will be spent on estimating and simulating 'Value at Risk' which has been a standard for measuring risk in large financial institutions. We will also compare this with other traditional methods as well as other modern methods, such as extreme value theory at quantifying risk. Computationally intensive methods, such as bootstrapping, and Monte Carlo analysis will be used extensively throughout the course with MATLAB as the primary programming tool.
Over 15 years of wide-ranging experience in the financial services industry. She has comprehensive knowledge with Rule 15a-6 regulations, and Small Firm Broker Dealer operations, compliance and administration. Nora joined Fondsfinans Inc in New York in October 2009 as Chief Compliance Officer, and has since 2011 been President of the U.S. Broker Dealer. Nora came from Thomas Weisel Partners where she spent six years as a Senior Sales Associate in their Private Client Department in San Francisco and New York. Prior to this she worked for Robertson Stephens’ Bayview Partners, and Volpe, Brown & Wheelan also in San Francisco.
Writing a Master Thesis in Finance — Finance Group
Provides a hands-on, practical learning opportunity for a student-initiated experience at a domestic or international organization. Students work closely with the MBA advisor and faculty advisor regarding career-related learning outcomes. Over the course of a semester, students collaborate with their corporate internship supervisor and complete projects in either accounting, business law and ethics, entrepreneurship, finance, international business, strategy or tax. Offered every semester.
Phd Thesis Corporate Finance - …
Students analyze markets for financial assets, including the money market and various bond and stock markets. They learn determinants of the level and structure of interest rates, the Federal Reserve impact on markets, how financial institutions operate with respect to their sources and uses of funds, essentials of the regulatory structure of financial markets, transaction costs, and interrelations among markets.
Master Thesis Corporate Finance
This course addresses the financial needs of private businesses, focusing on the financial motives and needs of private company owners and their advisors. The course is an opportunity to present private finance as a complement to corporate finance/public finance so as to prepare students to better serve or participate in making better financing decisions in the marketplace of privately held businesses.
Masters Thesis On Corporate Finance 2012
A corporate manager is continuously faced with financial choices. Thesechoices include deciding which projects to pursue, allocating scarceresources to maximize profit, and finding alternative approaches toprovide funds for various projects. Corporate Finance is the study of aframework that can be used to evaluate these choices.
PhD Islamic Finance and Banking (Research Thesis) | …
Students analyze the main functions of investment banks such as origination, syndication, and distribution of security issues. They examine pricing of new issues and secondary offerings by investment banks, mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, valuation of closely held companies, and restructuring of distressed companies. The role of investment bankers in restructuring industry and financing governments and ethical issues faced by investment bankers will be studied.