Finance deals with individual and corporate decisions on the allocation of financial resources. Three major areas in Finance are Corporate Finance, Investment and Portfolio Management, as well as Financial Markets and Institutions.
Corporate Finance analyses the investment and financing decisions of firms, including mergers and acquisitions.
Investment and Portfolio Management deals with the problems of asset pricing, portfolio design and risk management by individuals and investment firms such as unit trusts.
Financial Markets and Institutions present the unifying framework and environment in which financial activities take place.
In addition to the above, courses are offered in international financial management, speculative markets, and other topics of interest to the Asia-Pacific region.