Author: Michael Gangemi
|Business Finance provides an introduction for students to the basic foundations and ideas of corporate finance. The text explains most of the major areas of corporate finance in relatively simple language, including the nature of financial markets, the time value of money, the corporate objective, financial decision making, financial mathematics, valuation of debt and equity, project evaluation and capital budgeting concepts and techniques, the relationship between risk and return and how to measure returns and risk, the various sources of finance used by companies and how to calculate their average cost, and the impact of capital structure and the financing decisions of companies on their value. After studying the textbook and course students will possess a good basic understanding of finance and its fundamental concepts and this will provide the stepping-stone to gaining greater knowledge in the future through the study of more advanced finance courses.|
Author: Trevor Kollmann & Jian He
Introduction to Business Statistics provides business students a focused outline of the tools available that assist in decision making on a variety of issues including resource allocation, economic analysis, or understanding customer demographics. The textbook assists students being able to both analyse and interpret results. Students will learn how to apply these techniques by working with examples which are relevant to Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Information Technology, Logistics and Marketing.
Authors: Farzad Alavi Fard & Jian He
|Introduction to Mathematics and Statistics of Financial Markets provides an introduction to financial mathematics and statistics for students in finance, actuarial science and business administration. The textbook not only enables students to practice with the basic techniques of financial mathematics and business statistics, but it also helps them gain significant intuition about what the techniques mean, how they work, and what happens when they stop working.|
Author: Dennice Breeschoten
|The textbook introduces the reader to the main areas of risk followed by an introduction to treasury operations of: foreign exchange; interest rate related instruments; forwards as well as the usefulness of derivatives and their application. The book provides clear and concise overview of Treasury and Risk Management with up to date material dealing with the key regulatory guidelines notably Basel III. It is intended for those with a strong interest in understanding the Australasia financial markets particularly in relation to Treasury and Risk Management issues.|
Author: Salvatore Ferraro & Dominic Rossini
Fundamentals of Risk Management provides a comprehensive introduction to financial risk for anyone studying for a career in investment banking and funds management. Providing extensive coverage of the core concepts and frameworks of financial and credit risk management, with an increased focus on risk in international markets, this is the definitive guide to dealing with the different types instruments available to financial institutions for risk management.
Author: Silvia Zia-Islam
The intent of this textbook is to educate the reader about the vast complexities of mainstream theories of modern portfolio theory and implications for the curricula of finance programs as well as for practitioners. In doing so, the authors integrate a review of the literature supported by conversations with finance professors, asset managers, and other market players.
Author: Trevor Kollmann & Jian He
Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Business provides business students a focused outline of the tools available that assist in decision making on a variety of issues including resource allocation, economic analysis, or understanding customer demographics. The textbook assists students being able to both analyse and interpret results. Students will learn how to apply these techniques by working with examples which are relevant to Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management.