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Investment and Credit Analysis - AFCP854

This aim of this unit is to improve students’ decision-making around financial forecasts or understanding key value drivers in financial models. The course is designed for students who are required to assess or build financial statements or models including equity and credit analysis, banking, consulting or a corporate finance function. Building on concepts introduced in ECFS866, this unit complements other corporate finance electives. The unit will allow students to explore the linkage between a company's strategy and industry competitive structure, and financial performance. We will analyse financial performance by demonstrating financial analysis techniques, and assess the impact of accounting issues in analysing a company's financial results. The course tests students’ abstract reasoning and critical thinking whilst improving their financial modelling skills.

Credit Points: 2
When Offered:

AFC Term 1 MB - Applied Finance Centre, Melbourne Campus, January to March

AFC Term 3 City - Applied Finance Centre, City Campus, June to September

Staff Contact(s): Mr Roland Winn

(Admission to MAppFin or MAppFin(Adv) or GradDipAppFin) and (AFCP801 or ECFS866Prerequisite Information


Unit Designation(s):
Assessed As: Graded
Offered By:

Department of Applied Finance

Faculty of Business and Economics

Course structures, including unit offerings, are subject to change.
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