Chapter
1X Structure of
Financial
System in
Malaysia
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this chapter, you should be able to:
1. explain in detail the role of the banking system, non-bank financial
intermediary system and financial markets in Malaysias financial
sys
Chapter
5 X Asset
Management
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this chapter, you should be able to:
1. explain how the fund pool method, asset allocation method and
management science method solve the liquidity-profitability (LP)
dilemma;
2. compare the similariti
Chapter
10 X Lending
Policy
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this chapter, you should be able to:
1. explain lending process in detail;
2. describe the three main principles in lending;
3. identify the relevant elements of lending policy; and
4. identify factors
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L5: Mechanics of Options Markets
Types of Option Types
A call option gives the holder of the option the right to buy an asset
by a certain date for a certain price
A put option gives the holder the right to sell an asset by a certain
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L7: Swaps
Nature of Swaps
A swap is an agreement to exchange of payments at specified
future times according to certain specified rules
The agreement defines the dates when the cash flows are to be
paid and the way in which they are
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L6: Interest Rates
Types of Rates
An interest rate in a particular situation defines the amount of
money a borrower promises to pay the lender. For any given
currency, many different types of interest rates are regularly
quoted.
Thes
Chapter
8 X Banks
Capital
Management
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this chapter, you should be able to:
1. define banks capital;
2. identify the different types of banks capital;
3. explain the element of banks capital;
4. discuss the roles of banks capital; a
Chapter
11 X Credit
Analysis
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this chapter, you should be able to:
1. explain the credit analysis process in detail;
2. use the 5C credit analysis model to make accurate and sound credit
decisions;
3. evaluate the credibility of th
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L1: Introduction
What is a Derivative?
A derivative is a financial instrument whose value
depends on (or is derived from) the value of other,
more basic. Underlying variables.
Very often the variables underlying derivatives are
the pri
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L3: Determination of Forward and Futures Prices
Consumption vs Investment Assets
When considering forward and futures contracts, it is important to
distinguish between investment assets and consumption assets.
Investment asset - asse
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L2: Mechanics of Futures Markets
Specification of Futures Contracts
Available on a wide range of assets
Exchange traded
Specifications need to be defined in the
agreement:
What can be delivered (specifying the asset)
How much will be d
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L4: Employee Stock Options
Nature of Employee Stock Options
Employee stock options are call options issued by a company
on its own stock
If the company does well so that the companys stock price
moves above the strike price, employee
Chapter
3 X Branch
Banking
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this chapter, you should be able to:
1. discuss the advantages and disadvantages of branch banking system;
2. describe the problems faced by the branch managers of commercial
banks; and
3. identify the s
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L6B: Interest Rates-Additional Material
Duration
The duration of a bond, as its name implies, is a measure of how long on
average the holder of the bond has to wait before receiving cash
payments.
A zero-coupon bond that lasts n year
Chapter
2 X Banking and
Financial
Institutions Act
(BAFIA) 1989
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this chapter, you should be able to:
1. explain why the new banking act, BAFIA, 1989 was introduced;
2. discuss the new provisions under BAFIA (1989); and
3. identify
Postgraduate Centre
MBA IN BANKING AND FINANCE
MBF 1243 - Derivatives
Assignment 60 %
Submission date: On or before exam date to PGC
1.
What is meant by financial engineering? What is the role of derivative instruments in
financial engineering?
2.
Differe
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L9: Securitization and the Credit Crisis of 2007
Securitization
Traditionally banks have funded loans with
deposits
Securitization is a way that loans can
increase much faster than deposits
2
Asset Backed Security (Simplified)
Senior T
CHINA DOLLS
SYNOPSIS
Haute Couture Fashions Sdn Bhd need to adjust their business strategy, as China textile
industry becoming a potential threat to it as its two major customers are now thinking of
outsourcing to China for its lower operating cost. The m
Chapter 4
The Internal Assessment
Strategic Management:
Concepts & Cases
Ch 4 -1
Ch 4 -2
Internal Audit
Identify strengths and weaknesses in
Management
Marketing
Finance and accounting
Production and operations
Research and development
Management inf
How to Analyze and Graphically
Present Longitudinal Data
Ayumi Shintani, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Department of Biostatistics
[email protected]
For handouts and datasets:
http:/biostat.mc.vanderbilt.edu/twiki/bin/view/Main/GCRCNoonWorkshop
Example 1. Mor
Multiple Regression
Petter Mostad
2005.10.17
10
8
6
4
where i are independent
(normally distributed)
with equal variance 2
We can then use data to
estimate the model
parameters, and to make
statements about their
uncertainty
2
Yi 0 1 xi i
0
We define a
Bond portfolio management
strategies
Dr.Lakshmi Kalyanaraman
1
BOND PORTFOLIO INVESTMENT
STRATEGIES
Dr.Lakshmi Kalyanaraman
2
Passive management strategies
a. Buy and hold
b. Indexing
Dr.Lakshmi Kalyanaraman
3
Active management strategies
A. Interest ra
t-tests, ANOVAs &
Regression
and their application to the statistical
analysis of neuroimaging
Carles Falcon &
Suz Prejawa
OVERVIEW
Basics, populations and samples
T-tests
ANOVA
Beware!
Summary Part 1
Part 2
Basics
Hypotheses
H0 = Null-hypothesis
H1 =
Binary Logistic Regression:
One Dichotomous Independent Variable
Adapted from John Whitehead
Department of Economics
East Carolina University
http:/personal.ecu.edu/whiteheadj/data/logit/logit.ppt
And from notes from Kimberly Maier, Michigan State Un
What is a market?
Brings buyers and sellers together to aid in the
transfer of goods and services.
Does not require a physical location.
The market does not necessarily own the goods or
services involved.
A market can deal in any variety of goods and
Statistics for Health Research
Correlation and
Linear Regression
Peter T. Donnan
Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
CONTENTS
Coefficients of correlation
meaning
values
role
significance
Regression
line of best fit
prediction
significance
Statistics for Health Research
Correlation and
Linear Regression
Peter T. Donnan
Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
CONTENTS
Coefficients of correlation
meaning
values
role
significance
Regression
line of best fit
prediction
significance
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