Accidental Investment Banker Essays

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Faculty of Business and Enterprise

Higher Education Division

Unit of Study Outline

HBC242N

Financial Planning and Investment

Semester 1, 2013

Table of Contents

Table of Contents 2

Unit of Study Outline 3

Teaching Staff 3

Aims 3

Learning Objectives 3

Content: 4

Key Generic Skills for this Unit of Study 4

Learning and Teaching Structure 4

Resources and Reference Material 4

Assessment 5

a. Assessment Task Details: 5

b. Minimum Requirements to pass this Unit of Study: 6

c. Assessment Criteria: 6

d. Submission of Assignments: 6

e. Extensions and Late Submissions: 6

f. Assessment Results: 6

g. Groupwork Guidelines: 7

h. Plagiarism: 7

i. Assessment and Appeals Policy and Procedure 7

Blackboard Site for this Unit of Study 8

Student Feedback: 8

Safety Standards and Conduct Requirements: 8

Special Needs 8

Unit of Study Outline

|Unit of study code |HBC242N |
|Unit of study name |Financial Planning and Investment |
|Teaching Term/Semester & Year |Semester 1 , 2013 |
|Contact Hours (hrs/wk) or total contact hours |HBC242N Financial Planning and Investment will be conducted using |
| |lectures and tutorials: |
| |Lecture: 1 x 2 hours |
| |Tutorial: 1x 1 hour |
|Prerequisites |Nil |
|Corequisites |Nil |
|Credit Points |12.5 |
|Pre 2009 Equivalent |HBC230 Personal Investment |

Teaching Staff

|Name |Role |Campus & |Phone No. |Email Address |
| | |Room No. | | |
|Ewa Banasik |Unit of Study Convenor |BA1008 |9214- 8534 |ebanasik@swin.edu.au |
|Johanna Tan |Tutor |BA701 | |jftan@swin.edu.au |
|Ruta Kothare |Tutor |BA701 | |rkothare@swin.edu.au |

Aims

This subject aims to help students learn how to manage their money and develop skills to be better able to advise others in managing their investments. This is achieved by introducing students to the various investment opportunities available today, and to foster this knowledge in application of the financial planning process.

Learning Objectives

After successfully completing this unit, you should be able to:

• identify diverse investments available in the market;

• specify various levels of risk…