|1.||Critically review and interpret the rationale, structure, functions, and related risk management of a corporate and bank treasury that responds to both local and global governance;|
|2.||Evaluate the importance of liquidity and working capital management for company, the capital markets in funding the corporation and the need for credit ratings in accessing the international & domestic bond markets. This includes the assessment of counterparty risk as relevant to domestic and multinational settings;|
|3.||Price, value and use derivatives for hedging and speculating purposes and justify professional decisions to both specialist and non-specialist audiences;|
|4.||Debate creative ethical sustainable solutions to financial risk assessment and recommend management principles for managing interest rate risk, foreign exchange risk, and credit risk as relevant to both local and international contexts; and|
|5.||Evidence high level personal autonomy and accountability within collaborative decision making activities in achieving ethical and socially responsible team outcomes.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Test||Test- short answer and practical questions||10%|
|Test||Test- short answer and practical questions||20%|
|Case Study||Group Assignment||20%|
|Presentation||Presentation on report||20%|
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