FIN3145 Second Presentation - September Cohort-2

FIN3145 Second Presentation - September Cohort-2 - FIN3145...

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FIN3145 Presentation Two (September Cohort) Guidelines Submission Date: Monday 1 st May 2017. Both the presentation and the written work must be completed and submitted by this date. Some elements of each task focus on calculations and do not specify a word-count. However, you should explain the process by which you solve the problem and summarise your results. You should read widely on the topics included in your task and not assume that the lecture and seminar materials are wholly sufficient. The discussion elements should show evidence of wider reading by use of references. The written work should be submitted as a group document including all five tasks. However, the individual within each group responsible for each task must be clearly indicated in the work. The mark awarded to each individual is based on the quality of their own work, not the overall quality of the group submission. The written submission should include an introduction detailing who carried out which task. Students across the different groups undertaking the same task should not collaborate. Discussion of the tasks should be group-based. Evidence of students submitting the same written work will be deemed as being in breach of academic rules regarding plagiarism. Tasks Task 1 a) Discuss the reasons why the Cruickshank Report was ordered and the main findings of the report. The word count for this element should be 500-600 words. (40 marks) b) Slides 13 to 16 of the lecture notes in week 16 present some statistics for banks in the US and Europe for the period of up to 2003/2004. Discuss what you think happened to these same indicators in the subsequent years up to the present. The word count for this element should be 300-400 words. (30 marks) c) Discuss the main challenges facing the investment banking sector. The word count for this element should be 300-400 words.
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