Week 5 Creating Value Integrating Business Perspectives
Value is the customers subjective assessment of benefits relative to costs
in determining the worth of a product
Customer Value = :
1. Who are the demanders and suppliers of funds in the venture capital market?
2. In 2012, Westpac issued preference shares (WBCPC) that are fully paid, noncumulative, convertible
The Financial System
Topic 2 :
Direct financing and Introduction to the financial Markets
Direct Financing and the introduction
to the financial markets
1. Introduction to Direct Financing
2. Primary Markets
3. Secondary markets
4. The behaviour of
TUTORIAL 1: Pre-Learning Material Introduction to
1) What is an ADI? What services do they provide?
2) Provide a brief overview of Australias financial markets in terms of the financial
functions they perform.
3) Briefly outline the
TUTORIAL 2: INTRODUCTION TO THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM
Identify the system used to settled retail transactions in Australia. What are the main
transactions that are settled in this system?
(H&T Chapter 1, Q5) Describe the two main methods by which the flo
TUTORIAL 3: DIRECT FINANICNG AND INTRODUCTION TO
THE FINANCIAL MARKETS
1. (H&T Chapter 3, Q1) Explain how financial institutions assist markets to arrange the
direct flow of funds.
2. (H&T Chapter 3, Q4) Explain four potential differences between the pref
Describe methods of determining standard costs and discuss the use of
ideal versus practical standards.
Prepare a flexible budget using standard costs and contrast a flexible
budget with a static budget.
LO1: Describe the characteristics of the corporate form
LO2: Describe the characteristics of equity and how it is
recorded and reported.
LO3: Understand cash dividends, share div
Fixed and rolling
budgets for planning
and decision making
1. Describe the budget development process, behavioural
implications of budgeting, advantages of budgeting and
the master budget.
2. Explain how managers develop a sa
Assignment 2 Solution
Part 1. Four elements of the budgeting cycle:
a. Planning the performance of the company as a whole as well as planning the performance of
its subunits. Management agrees on what is expected.
b. Providing a frame of reference, a set
Lecture example Chapter 15 Revenue
REVENUE RECOGNITION RENDERING OF SERVICES
In each of the following situations, state at which date/s, if any, revenue will be
A contract for the rendering of services is entered into on 1 May 2016. The
Vol. 29, No. 1
American Accounting Association
Healthcare Reform Proposal and the Behavior
of Pharmaceutical Companies: The Role of
Maggie Hao and Emeka T. Nwaeze
SYNOPSIS: This s
The Financial System
Topic 3 :
Introduction to Funds Management
Introduction to Funds management
1. Superannuation funds
2. Public unit trusts
The principles and approaches of investment
4. Investment management performance
TUTORIAL 7: THE DEBT MARKETS
1. What are the main functions of the money market?
2. Suppose an active investment manager purchased a $10 million parcel of 90-day bills
at 5.00% and sold the parcel 30 days later at 4.80%.
(a) Calculate the price paid for t
Lecture 6 Integrating Business Perspectives Creating Value
A product is a complex mix of tangible and intangible attributes that provide satisfaction and
A good is a physical entity you can touch
A service is the application of human and mechanic
Lecture Three The Law, The Legal System and Business Structures Integrating Business
What is Law?
The law is defined as the principles and regulations emanating from a government and
applicable to a people whether in the form of legislation o
Lecture 4 The Role of Accounting in Business Integrating Business
The Role of Accounting in Business.
Why is money important (the world runs on money)?
Why is financial literacy important in our society?
Why is financial literacy of direct
Week 1 : Operating Systems 31268 Web Systems
What is an Operating System?
An operating system is a piece of software that sits between all programs and the computer's hardware
Manages your computer
Interface between user and hardware
Integrating Business Perspectives Lecture One Business Model Concept
Business Model Concept consists of Key Processes, Key Resources and Profit Formula.
Customer Value Proposition what draws the customer. Who your target customer is, the job that has to b
NEW WOMEN, NEW MEN, NEW ECONOMY
Creativity is so much more than a buzzword and how it can be an everyday tool
to maximise the input and engagement of staff.- p65
Creativity allowing and making connections between people, knowledge and
ideas which leads to
RISHAB JUDE 12578009
1. QUESTION 3.13, Page 64
The planet may be threatened by global warming, possibly caused by burning fossil fuels
(petroleum, natural gas and coal) that produce carbon dioxide (CO2). The data provided
lists the top 15 producers of CO2
Lecture Two Integrating Business Perspectives BMC, CoS Brief and
Revisiting the Business Model
Creative Industries in an Evolving Urban Space CoS Brief
Design Thinking Merging of Perspectives Practice Based Outcomes
Supply and Demand
Theory of supply and demand (S & D):
Considers how buyers and sellers interact with one another and helps determine the quantity of
each good and service is produced and the price at which it is sold.
A competitive market
25622 Quantitative Business Analysis
Review of Algebra and Functions
Finance Discipline Group
UTS Business School
University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Vitali Alexeev (UTS)
1 / 41
Table of Content
TUTORIAL 5: AUTHROISED DEPOSIT TAKING INSTITUTIONS
1. (H& T Chapter 5 Q1) What is intermediation? Explain its contribution to the flow-of-funds.
2. (H& T Chapter 5 Q3) What are the main sources of bank funding?
3. (H& T Chapter 5 Q14) Describe the banking
TUTORIAL 4: Introduction to Funds Management
What is the role of superannuation and what are the general functions of the superannuation
(H& T Chapter 4 Q5) What three factors determine the retirement sum in accumulation
The Exam Some notes and advice for students.
The exam for 200273 Managing Service and Experience is a two hour Open Book exam. It will be held
in the formal examination period.
The exam is worth 30%. Students are remaindered that they must achieve a minim
Drug promotion in Australia: Policy contestation and the
tightening of regulation
Evan Doran, The University of Sydney and The University of Newcastle
Hans Lfgren, Deakin University
This paper describes developments in Australias regulation of pr
Lec. 2 Recording Transactions
Accounting Information System
- Accounting information systems are about recording information to produce financial
statements that are used as a basis for making business decisions
- The system identifies, records, summarise
200109 Corporate Accounting Systems
Homework Questions for Tutorial in Teaching Week 6
Read text chapter 28, then do the following:
RQ5 and CQ12 [NOTE: Question modified as follows: (a) prepare the consolidation elimination/
(think about how this Executive Summary and the TOC could be improved)
This case study was undertaken on Fleetwood Corporation Ltd (Fleetwood) to design a Balanced
Scorecard (BSC) in order to measure and manage the performance of the rec
Tutorial Preparation/Participation Work Cover Sheet
School of Business
200534 Accounting Information Systems
Unit name and number:
Tutorial day and time:
Anna / Daniel / Moira / Wan (circle one)
Title of assignme
LECTURE WEEK 6 EXAMPLE CHAPTER 29 RQ9 [Journal entries and NCI calculation]
Because the non-controlling interest is being measured at fair value we need to calculate an
amount of goodwill to attribute to the non-controlling interests. This can be calculat