Lecturer: Andrew Marshall
Contact Hours: 18
Assessment: 30% assignment, 70% final exam
Treasury management has never been more important for companies,
whether large or small. The purpose of this class is to provide
an overview of treasury management and we will discover how to
reduce exposure to currency and interest rate movements. We will
use real data from the Financial Times to illustrate derivative
A significant emphasis will be placed on techniques
employed in the solution of practical problems, though not to
the exclusion of theory.
"Risk comes from not knowing what you`re doing."
Warren Buffett 1930-, American Investment Entrepreneur
Andrew Marshall joined the department in 1991 after a spell in
industry with KPMG. Teaching interests include risk management,
derivatives, corporate finance and international finance. His
research is focused on risk management, insider trading
derivatives and international finance.
Most important financial risk management functions