|1.||Critically review investment concepts, theories and analytical techniques employed in the process of managing institutional investment portfolios;|
|2.||Recommend creative, defensible and sustainable solutions in different institutional investment contexts;|
|3.||Exemplify the role of culture, values and dispositions in achieving consensual outcomes through consideration of procedures for managing investment portfolios in the context of globally integrated financial markets, particularly in respect to diversification, risk classes, currency issues and hedging techniques;|
|4.||Exemplify professional practice in funds design and decision-making; practical allocation of funds across asset classes and within different financial markets (industries); portfolio optimisation; portfolio monitoring; market sector volatilities and risk management and; measurement and evaluation of funds managers' performance; and|
|5.||Evidence high level personal autonomy and accountability within collaborative decision making activities in achieving ethical and socially responsible team outcomes.|
|Assignment||Group Research Presentation||25%|
|Assignment||Managed Portfolio Report||25%|
Managing Investment Portfolios: A Dynamic Process, [Text and Workbook] 3rd ed
Maginn, Tuttle, Pinto and McLeavey 2007
John Wiley and Sons
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