Financial Institutions, Instruments and Markets

Viney, Christopher

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Financial Institutions, Instruments and Markets

Viney, Christopher

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ACFI2005 Revision Notes

Written by Nathan

Full notes from ACFI2005 in Newcastle in 2015. Covers lectures 1-6. Thanks.

38 pages, 8782 words

ACFI2005 Study Notes

Written by Georgia

Comprehensive notes organised by week and learning outcomes.

48 pages, 13701 words

ACFI2005 Finance Notes - Semester 2 - UON Newcastle Business School

Written by Jason

Summary notes for all topics covered in the ACFI2005 course at University of Newcastle. These notes...

20 pages, 7554 words


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Corporate finance part is ok. Has some math in it but not advanced algebra. However, derivatives can be quite hard to grasp. The theory is ok but the mechanics take sometimes to understand.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

This was a great course. I feel people get scared the minute they hear Maths is involved but with this introductory course the Maths is still basic. Its more about using a given formula and inserting figures. The rest is theory. Highly enjoyed it and I see myself majoring in it.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Well taught course, large amounts of content and difficult concepts. Hard to apply to real life unless you have actual investing experience. Formulas seem complicated but are easily explained and used. Received 88+ in course

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

I found the course very interesting and rewarding to understand. The academic staff did a great job first time around explaining things and always offered assistance if may of needed it.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

Very interesting course and a great introduction to the Finance major. Material is explained well!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

Interesting material. The lectures and tutorials actually link to each other. Katherine is a great lecturer and is intent on everyone achieving their best possible grade.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

Katherine is a great lecturer and pushes her students to learn all the material. It's an interesting subject

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013