|1.||Exhibit an understanding of different types of risks faced by corporate entities;|
|2.||Appraise different theories regarding the operation of financial markets and their impact on predictions of returns and volatilities of different financial assets;|
|3.||Critically review a range of models to quantify risk and apply them to local and global contexts;|
|4.||Exhibit effective interpersonal skills to collaborate with and influence team members, respecting the diversity of team contributions and commitment to achieving team outcomes whilst assuming responsibility and accountability for their own learning and professional practice; and|
|5.||Elucidate independent expositions of knowledge and ideas to clearly, coherently and succinctly address complex and unpredictable problems.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Test||Multiple Choice (Theoretical and/or Practical)||10%|
|Assignment||Group Assignment in risk modelling||30%|
|Case Study||Case studies in risk attribution and derivative applications||20%|
|Test||Short Answer Questions (Practical)||40%|
|Test||Multiple Choice and Short Answers||20%|
Quantitative financial risk management.
Miller, M. B. (2019).
Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (Wiley finance series).
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