BUSM 7033 Financial Statement Analysis (PG)

Credit Points 10

Legacy Code 51214

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Description The major sources of information on which to base judgements on borrowing capacity, liquidity, managerial effectiveness, and investment potential remain the financial statements of an organisation. This unit is a result of the claim made by Foster, an authority in the finance field, that developments in the fields of accounting, economics, finance and statistics (as they relate to financial statement analysis) are understood well enough to permit financial statement analysis to be studied intensively.

School Business

Student Contribution Band HECS Band 4 10cp

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Level Postgraduate Coursework Level 7 subject

Restrictions Students wishing to take this subject as an elective need approval from the program Advisor and must be enrolled in a postgraduate program.

Assumed Knowledge

Students will have completed an undergraduate program in accounting or a postgraduate financial accounting subject.

Learning Outcomes

1. Understand the role and nature of financial markets and institutions;
2. Develop computational skills for transactions in financial markets;
3. Understand the factors that determine share price, interest rates and exchange rates;
4. Understand major derivative products and their use in financial markets.

Subject Content

Financial institutions
Equity market issuers
Equity market investors
Financial mathematics
Corporate debt markets
Government debt markets
Foreign exchange markets
Derivative markets

Prescribed Texts

- Viney, C. & Phillips, P. 2019, Financial Institutions, Instruments And Markets. 9th edn. McGraw Hill.

Teaching Periods

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