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Dr. diana abughunmi
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Principles of Managerial Finance
This course explains the basic concepts related to the components of finance as a field of study, i.e., Public Finance, Financial management, and Personal Finance, as well as the major objectives and issues of each component. It also discuses related concepts such as cash flow, liquidity, profitability, risk, and capital structure. In addition, the duties, authorities and the qualifications of the chief financial officer (CFO) are discussed as well as the trade off between risk and return is explaine
This course explains the various aspects of the investment decision such as: the basic concepts of investments, investment instruments and tools with a glance at investment markets and institutions; evaluation of financial and real investment tools and finally, special cases in real investment evaluation.
Financial Planning and Control
This Course explains the concepts of financial planning and control. This includes financial planning models, liquidity planning including cash budgeting, long –term, and short term cash needs as well as planning to improve profitability through the various kinds of leverage. Also how to construct Performa statements is also explained.
This Course aims to provide the concepts that are necessary to deals with a complex investment environment. (In terms of dealing with several currencies, a number of markets and cultures). Also this course provides the students with a background about the differences between the various markets in the world. The course discuss the impact of the exchange rate on the investment decision , and mention the various investment securities that are available to investors to invest it abroad. Also it discuss the tools and methods that are been used in order to assess the impact of foreign investment and how to build investment portfolio.
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to financial markets including their types, function and the financial instruments that are traded in such markets, using descriptive, analytical and conceptual tools that constitute the basis of the finance discipline. This course covers three main parts related to financial markets that enhance the knowledge in this field: the first part is the introductory part which focuses on the role of financial markets in the economy and analyzes the risk and the determinants of interest rates. The second part is about securities markets which discuses the types of financial markets in details including Money Markets, Bond Markets, Stock Markets, Futures and Options markets. The final part introduces some market microstructure issues related to different type of trading systems (floor versus electronic trading system), order execution systems (i.e. order-driven versus quote driven systems) and market microstructure characteristics which include liquidity and volatility.
This course completes, in-depth, the topics discussed in the introductory courses: principles of financial management and investments management. In addition, this course deals with many other financial subjects such as: the agency problem, leverage, the trade-off between risk and return, and working capital management. Some other important financing and investment decisions such as when to replace an asset, lease or buy, and the cost of capital, are explained
International Financial Management
This course explains the conceptual framework within which the financial decisions of the multinational firm can be taken and analyzed. It includes the main aspects of financing and investment decisions in an international context and their applications to a broad range of practical issues.
This course explains how to use and interpret financial data to assess a firm's over- all performance and pinpoints the weak and the strong points of its current financial standing. Also discusses types of ratios used in financial analysis, their limitations, as well as the applications of analytical procedures to a number of decisions such as investment in a firm's stock, lending it, as well as financial distress prediction.
Contemporaneous Issues in Finance
Planning, Budgeting and Control
Research Methods in Finance
This course improves the ability of the student to utilize quantitative approaches in the analysis of information from financial markets. Furthermore, to improve the student's ability to comprehend results presented in scientific financial journals. The course covers econometric research approaches found in modern financial literature.
Accounting for Managers
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