Ryerson University Chang School
CFIN300, Winter 2017 (Currie)
Midterm Exam Preview
Location & time:
Regular classroom: TUESDAY ENG-LG11 @ 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 7th .
THURSDAY HEI-201@ 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 9th.
You must write the exam in the class
RJWR 9th Canadian Edition
Chapter 9 Mini-case Ferdinand Gold Mining
Check Figures
Payback Period
- Simple = 4.21 years
- Discounted = 5.8 years
IRR - 15.67%
MIRR (Using the re-investment approach as shown on page 248 & 249 of the text) 13.56%
NPV - $59.7m
Chapter 4
Financial planning establishes guidelines for change and growth in a firm; it is concerned with the
major elements of a firms financial and investment policies without examining the individual
components of those policies in detail
To develop an
Chapter 2
2.1 Statement of Financial Position
Statement of Financial Position financial statement showing a firms accounting value on a
particular date. Also known as a balance sheet
A convenient means or organizing and summarizing what a firm owns (its a
Chapter 5
The phrase time value of money refers to the fact that a dollar in hand today is worth more than a
dollar promised at some time in the future
One reason for this is that you can earn interest while you waited; so a dollar today would grow to
mor
Chapter 3
3.1 Cash Flow and Financial Statements: A Closer Look
Sources and Uses of Cash
Sources of Cash a firms activities that generate cash
Uses of Cash a firms activities in which cash is spent
An increase in an asset account means the firm bought
Chapter 1
1.1 Corporate Finance and the Financial Manager
What is Corporate Finance?
Corporate finance answers three questions:
1. What long-term investments should you take on? (what lines of business will you be in)
Capital budgeting
2. Where will you
CHAPTER 4
LONG-TERM FINANCIAL PLANNING
AND GROWTH
Learning Objectives
LO1
LO2
LO3
LO4
LO5
LO6
The objectives and goals of financial planning.
How to compute the external financing needed to fund a firms growth.
How to apply the percentage sales method.
Th
Chapter 15 DNA
What is DNA?
DNA at work
Replication of DNA
DNA typing with short tandem repeats
The combined DNA index system (CODIS)
Mitochondrial DNA
Collection and preservation of biological
evidence for DNA analysis
Video
Human genome: variability
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Chapter 11 Drugs
Drug dependence
Types of drugs
Drug control laws
Collection and preservation of drug
evidence
Forensic drug analysis
Colour Tests
Microcrystalline Tests
Chromatography
Spectrophotometry
Mass spectrophotometry
Introduction
A drug can be
Chapter 12 Forensic Toxicology
Role of forensic toxicology
Toxicology of alcohol
Testing for intoxication
Analysis of blood for alcohol
Alcohol and the law
The role of the toxicologist
Til Death Do Us Part
Introduction
Forensic toxicologists are charged
Chapter 10 Hairs and Fibers
Forensic examination of hair
Morphology of hair
Identification and comparison of hair
Collection and preservation of hair
evidence
Forensic examination of fibers
Identification and comparison of
manufactured fibers
Collectio
Chapter 9 Glass Examination
The nature of matter
Elements and Compounds
Physical Properties of Matter
Basic Units of Measurement
Density
Refractive Index
Theory of Light
Forensic analysis of glass
Glass fractures
Collection and preservation of glass
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Chapter 14 Forensic Serology
The nature of blood
Blood Typing
Immunoassay techniques
Forensic characterization of bloodstains
Color Tests
Microcrystalline Tests
Precipitin Test
Principles of heredity
Forensic characterization of semen
Collection
Chapter 13 Metals, Paint, and
Soil
Forensic analysis of trace elements
The Emission Spectrum of Elements
Inductively Coupled Plasma Emission
Spectrometry (ICP)
Forensic examination of paint
Forensic analysis of soil
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Chapter 17 Document
Examination
Document examiner
Handwriting comparisons
Typescript comparisons
Alterations, erasures, and obliterations
Other document problems
video
Introduction
Any object with handwriting or print,
whose source or authenticity is in
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Chapter 1
Chapter 2: Returns, PV, FV
Nominal and Real Rates
Simple model of Financial Planning
Rate of Return Setting
(single)goals:
Nominal: discount rates for inflated or
Formal
Planning
Model
Financial
goal at
time n
K= CF1- CF0 Without constant growth
Solutions to Problems
Jane has $10,000 to invest. She has 3 options FOR 5 YEARS
1.
Jane has $10,000 to invest. She has 3 options FOR 5
YEARS
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MODULE 1
Understand the financial planning process
Financial planning is a field that is growing in interest as more people become aware of the need
to provide for a secure future.
Because planning is future oriented, we must take into account the time va
Chapter 2
1) Janet Jopper owes her friend some money. She is given the following alternatives of payment. If the current rate
of interest, 6%, is used as the discount rate, which of the following alternatives of payment is the best for her?
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d
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FIN601 Derivatives
Week 10 March 22
Part 1
Valuing Options The BlackScholes-Merton Model
Chapter 13
By Jean Wills
1
Learning Objectives (0)
1. Be able to compute option prices using the
Black-Scholes-Merton model
2. Understand the basic properties of Bla
Properties of Stock
Options
Chapter 10
1
Notation
c : European call
option price
p : European put
option price
S0 : Stock price
today
K or X : Strike price
T : Life of option
: Volatility of stock
price
C:
American Call
option price
P : American Put opt
Black-Scholes-Merton Model Calculator
Notes: (1) Assumes no interim payouts before the expiration date.
(2) Assumes the put is European.
Current asset price
Exercise price
Days to maturity
Volatility
Interest rate
Type of interest rate
Option type
20.00
2
FIN601 Derivatives
Week 12 April 5
Chapter 17 The Greeks, Hedging
Risk
Chapter 19 Volatility Smiles
By Jean Wills
1
Learning Objectives
Chapter 17: Black-Scholes-Merton The Greeks
and Calibration of the Volatility, Hedging Risk
1. Understand the basic pro
FIN601 Derivatives
Week 11 March 29
Part 2 Interest Rate Options
Chapter 21
By Jean Wills
1
Learning Objectives
1. Be able to compute interest rate option
prices using the Blacks model.
2. Understand the payoffs from an interest rate
cap, floor, or collar
FIN601 Derivatives
Week 9 March 15
Valuing Options The Binomial
Model
Chapter 12
By Jean Wills
1
Learning Objectives
1. Be able to compute option prices using the
binomial model
2. Understand how to adjust the binomial model
for interim dividends/interest