Other issues in the developing
world
Environment
Health
Human Development
Environment
To what extent is the environment a global
concern?
How do you balance the environment with
the need to develop?
Is sustainable development the way to go?
Does climate c
SouthSouth Relations
How has this ensured development
in the South?
What are the challenges?
NB: Please read chapters 27, 28, 29.
SouthSouth Relations
A term used by policymakers and academics to describe
the exchange of resources, technology, and knowl
Globalization and the Third
World
What is globalization?
Impact of globalization on the Third
World
What is Globalization?
How is it different from globalism aspirations
for a state of affairs?
How about Universalism values that embrace
all of humanity?
FIN 611
Fixed Income Analysis
WINTER 2015
Prerequisite &/or Exclusions: FIN 501
COURSE REPEATS:
Academic Council GPA policy prevents students from taking a course more than three times.
(i.e., registered initially, repeated once, repeated twice = 3 regist
FIN601 011/021
Derivatives
701E
Dan McCleary
Midterm Test 2 Tuesday March 17 (011/021) & Thursday March 19 (701E)
Key Concepts Option Pricing
Option Pricing I
Understand options terminology
Identify option strategies that are appropriate for specific ma
SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING & FINANCE
COURSE NAME: DERIVATIVES
CONTACT INFORMATION
Instructor:
Class Time and Location:
Office Hours:
Email:
COURSE CODE FIN601
011/021
SECTIONS
Daniel McCleary MA,MBA,CFA,FRM
Tuesdays
10:00am 1:00pm TRS 3149
By Appointment
Tues
RYERSON UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
CPOL540: ISSUES AND PROBLEMS IN THIRD WORLD POLITICS
(UPPER LEVEL LIBERAL STUDIES) Summer 2015
Instructor: Dr. Francis WiafeAmoako
Phone: (416) 9795000. Ext.2080
Room: Jorgenson Hall #
Ryerson University
Department of Economics
Faculty of Arts
Fall 2012
CECN 603 (BA0) Canada and Global Economic Issues
Upper Level Liberal Studies Course
Instructor:
Office:
Office Hours:
Phone:
Email:
Lecture:
Blackboard:
Rashid Khan
CE Office
8:309:00 (
The Background
A semiannual pay interest rate swap where the fixed rate is 5.00% (with semiannual
compounding) was entered into at a fair value. The LIBOR rates (which are annual rates) at
the commencement of the SWAP were as follows
If you set up the i
FIN601 011/021
DERIVATIVES
DAN MCCLEARY
TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 2015
Midterm Test #2
Instructions:
The exam is 90 minutes in length and consists of 25 multiple choice questions. Fill in the best
answer for each question on the inserted bubble sheet. No marks w
Interest Rate SWAPs
Chapter 7
Interest rate SWAPs are widely used in financing business and the basic fixed for floating rate SWAP is considered plain
vanilla. SWAPS are OTC contracts and are custom made. Usually a bank or an insurance company is on one s
cMKT 300 Spring Summer 2015
Team Assignment
Create your Brand dashboard!
This report is worth 25% of your final mark and is due at the beginning of class in hard copy
and electronically in the turnitin.com drop box on the BB website. Signed and completed
FINANCE 710
TED ROGERS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT  RYERSON UNIVERSITY
FINAL EXAM Fall 2014 Section 011 Version A
SOLUTION
Name: _
Student #:_
 Please put your name and student number in the space provided above.
 Time allowed: 3 hours
 Aids allowed
Goal of the firm, agency problems and costs
goal of the firm, in the longterm, is to maximize shareholder value (current
stock price); not maximize profits, market share, etcthe goal is to maximize
shareholder value (current share price)
managers are a
Profit Margin=
Equity Multiplier=1+ DE Ratio
Payout Ratio =
Interval Measure=
Current Assets
Average Daily OperatingCosts
CashCoverag e Ratio=
EBIT + Depreciation
Interest
Day s ' SalesReceivables=
InternalGrowth Rate=
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365 Days
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FIN 300 Cheat Sheet SSD
18) Which one of the following stocks is correctly priced based on CAPM, if the riskfree rate of return is 3.8
percent and the market risk premium is 8.5 percent? (Can ask for over, under or equal)
Stock Beta
Expected return
A
0.7
READING ONE
Linda Luong
500 342 876
FIN701  021 Financial Intermediation
Professor: Patricia McGraw
Fintech, also known as financial technology is an emerging part of the financial
service sector. Using new technological innovations, Fintech firms are a
PROBLEMS CHAPTER 12
1. Suppose that you hold a piece of land in London, England that you may want to sell in
one year. As a Canadian resident, you are concerned with the Canadian dollar value of
the land. Assume that, if the British economy booms in the f
1
PROBLEMS
1. SNCLavalin of Montreal borrows $1,500,000 at LIBOR plus a lending margin of 1.25
percent per annum on a sixmonth rollover basis from a London bank. If sixmonth LIBOR is
4 percent over the first sixmonth interval and 5 3/8 percent over th
FIN 621 International Finance  Winter 2016
Sections: 701E / 711E / 721E / 731E
Revised Schedule
Instructor:
Jacob Goldschmidt MBA, MA Econ.
Office Hours:
available after class or by appointment only
Email:
jgoldschmidt@ryerson.ca
Faculty/Course website(
CHAPTER 7 INTERNATIONAL BOND MARKET
SUGGESTED ANSWERS AND SOLUTIONS TO ENDOFCHAPTER
PROBLEMS
PROBLEMS
1. Your firm has just issued fiveyear floatingrate notes indexed to sixmonth US dollar LIBOR plus
percent. What is the amount of the first coupon p
FIN 701
Fall 20161106
Assignment: Reading Two
The basic facts of the article involve the discussion of the increased use of
Financial Technology Companies, with a particular focus on Japan. According to FinTech
Weekly, the term fintech is defined as a b
FIN701
Fall 2016
Assignment Reading One
The basic facts of this particular article involve Wells Fargo, a banking and
financial services company. Specifically, it involves the challenges that arise when upper
management create unrealistic sales projection
Poison Pills: Good or Bad?
Executive Summary: Memorandum
Problem
As mergers, acquisitions and takeovers continued to soar in the 1980s, the development
of antitakeover defenses became more common, as well as being an important source in
preventing the th
Session 7
1
Chapter 7
Bond Definitions
Bond Valuation
Bond Characteristics
Inflation and Interest Rates
Determinants of Bond Yields
2
Bond Definitions
Definitions
Governments and corporations borrow money for the
long term by issuing securities call
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Campus: Main Campus
Session: Fall 2016
Course: FIN 300 Managerial Finance I
Section: 91
Chapter 5 & 6: FV = PV (1+r)t

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Chapter 08:
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