School of Business and Economics, Chung-Ang University

18178 Financial Management

This is a basic course in Finance covering financial markets, instruments, corporate finance, etc. However, the class will be more focused on corporate finance topics such as capital budgeting.

HSBC Business School, Peking University

FIN521 Corporate Finance

Topics cover traditional corporate finance topics including, capital budgeting, capital structures, payout policies, and special topics as well. Recommended for the students who are interested in M&A, private equity, or other corporate financial decisions.

FIN536 Corporate Governance

Topics cover the history of the corporation, boards of directors, the division of profit sharing and various forms of employee ownership and equity ownership among insiders, regulation, shareholder activism, the impact of takeovers and mergers and acquisitions on governance, ethical issues such as conflicts of interest and insider trading, international corporate governance, and policy developments likely to impact the corporation.

FIN531 Market Microstructure

Topics cover US and global institutional details of securities trading, order placing strategies, market making, transaction costs, and recent development of exchange platforms. Recommended for the students who are interested in how securities trading takes place and how it develops with the new technologies.

Math Bootcamp

Reviews basic concepts of mathematical economics including matrix algebra, single and multivariate calculus, probability theory, and optimization. Recommended for the students who have not taken college-level calculus class or with less mathematics or economics background.

GEN501 Corporate Finance

The course aims to provide basic understanding of what academic research is and guide through process of conducting an academic research. The course aims to equip students with the ability to conduct independent research.

PHBS UK Campus

Corporate Finance

Topics cover traditional corporate finance topics including, capital budgeting, capital structures, payout policies, and special topics as well. Recommended for the students who are interested in M&A, private equity, or other corporate financial decisions.

Market Microstructure

Topics cover US and global institutional details of securities trading, order placing strategies, market making, transaction costs, and recent development of exchange platforms. Recommended for the students who are interested in how securities trading takes place and how it develops with the new technologies.

Corporate Governance

Topics cover the history of the corporation, boards of directors, the division of profit sharing and various forms of employee ownership and equity ownership among insiders, regulation, shareholder activism, the impact of takeovers and mergers and acquisitions on governance, ethical issues such as conflicts of interest and insider trading, international corporate governance, and policy developments likely to impact the corporation.

Behavioral Finance

The main purpose of this course will be to explore behavioral finance, an area of finance suggesting alternatives to the traditional paradigm, and study a significant part of the literature. The intent will be to provide the students an extensive knowledge of the psychological, theoretical and empirical foundations of behavioural finance and prepare them to write independent research in this area.

Kelley School of Business, Indiana University

F431 Corporate Financial Strategies and Governance

It is a advanced level corporate finance class. Topics cover traditional corporate finance topics as well as several cases studies of major corporate financial events. In discussing financial strategies, we will discuss about corporate governance issues involved in the financial decisions of the management.

F303 Intermediate Investments

It is a Finance 101. We will cover how to price assets (equity, fixed income, and derivatives), how to form portfolios, and how to evaluate portfolio performance. We will also spare some time on popular Black-Scholes option pricing models.

F335 Security Trading and Market Making

Topics cover US and global institutional details of securities trading, order placing strategies, market making, transaction costs, and recent development of exchange platforms. Recommended for the students who are interested in how securities trading takes place and how it develops with the new technologies.

 

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