MA 37300, Fall 2013
Credit Hours: 4.00. A mathematical treatment of some fundamental concepts of financial mathematics and financial economics, and their application to real world business situations and basic risk management. Includes discussions of valuing investments, capital budgeting, valuing contingent cash flows, yield curves, spot rates, forward rates, short sales, Macaulay duration, modified duration, convexity, and immunization, financial derivatives, and their use in risk management. Provides preparation for the SOA/CAS Actuarial Exam FM/2. Typically offered Fall Spring.
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