Visiting Students at St Edmund Hall can select from the Finance courses listed below. Please note that each course can only be taken as a Secondary/Minor option.
Availability of courses will vary according to term of study. The exact content of your courses will be decided in consultation with your tutor at St Edmund Hall and may depend on what teaching resources are available at the time.
This course introduces the core tools used in modern finance and will focus on time value of money, annuities, loan repayment, interest rates, the functions of financial markets, NPV & IRR, investments, Portfolio Theory, CAPM & Efficient Market Hypothesis, as well as discuss contemporary financial issues.
The course covers futures, forwards, and options. Students will learn about the classic arbitrage bounds for option prices, option replication, options pricing and the binomial option pricing model. In addition, we will study the no-arbitrage pricing theory for forward contracts and discuss its relevance as an approximation to the pricing of futures contracts.
Students will learn about topics covering capital budgeting, efficient markets, corporate governance, and capital structure.
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