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Bachelor courses

Business Valuation
Course leader: Péter Juhász

Students of this course gain an overview of the use of the major business valuation methods, and we also clear the link of these techniques to corporate finance, financial and management accounting. By the end of the semester the participants will have a good overview of what information is needed during the process of valuation and what are the assumptions behind the value determined.

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Case Studies in Finance
Course leader: Edina Berlinger

Based on knowledge acquired in Corporate Finance, Financial Calculations and Corporate Valuation this subject furthers students' skills and knowledge in the field of corporate finance and corporate valuation, with extended coverage of main topics to help found financial decisions by analysis. Through practical problems and case studies, we cover topics including investments, financial decision-making with a special focus on mergers and acquisitions, short and long-term financial planning, financial analysis, determination of cost of capital, and financing sources (lending, leasing, equity, special financing structures.), behavioural finance and ethical issues.

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Corporate Finance
Course leader
: Gergely Fazakas

The course deals with the basics of the corporations’ financial decisions: the pricing of simple casflows, annuities, bonds, stocks, derivatives, corporations, the investment- and financial decisions.

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Corporate Finance (advanced)
Course leader: Gergely Fazakas

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Corporate Finance (SKM,SPM)
Course leader: Dániel Havran

This course describes the theory and practice of corporate finance in an introductionary, but intensive level. The course is designed to provide students with understanding how firm finance, invest and manage themselves in the business world. By the end of the course, students have to know the pricing of real and financial assets, to understand elementary risk conceptions (relating to CAPM) , to be familiar with project valuation in different market conditions. The students also understand the main motives and relations of financial decisions by firms.

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Financial Calculations
Course leader: Edina Berlinger

The objective of the course is to demonstrate the operation and the logic of financial markets building on basic asset pricing ideas; to characterize the main market players and recent market processes; to give an overview on the most significant theoretical relationships and models; and to analyze complex financial problems with the help of spreadsheet program. When constructing the course schedule, we aim to include a wide range of financial markets and assets, emphasizing the similarities and differences of their investment and valuation logics. During the course we build on the database and models of Bloomberg.

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Financial Modelling
Course leader: János Száz

Practice the methodologies used in finance with using EXCEL. The most important aim of the course is to help those students to strengthen and complete the methodological and financial knowledge who are planning to do masters studies at Finance and Insurance and Financial Mathematics specialization.

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International Corporate Finance
Course leader: Helena Naffa

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Introduction into Game Theory
Course leader: Péter Csóka

The aim of the course is to review the basic knowledge in game theory, to provide a ground basis for the later courses using game theory, and to show the viewpoint of game theory. A further aim is to show what kind of higher level mathematical knowledge is required if someone would like to deal with game theory. On top of its psychological aspects we discuss the basic definitions of cooperative and non-cooperative game theory. Meanwhile we come across applications like auctions, asymmetric information, industrial organization, cost sharing situations, corporate finance.

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Introduction to Financial Modelling (IMP-SPM)
Course leader: János Száz

During the classwe wil introduce the following databases: exchange rates, stock prices and bond prices.
Deepening the newly acquired skills in mathematics, computer science through simple examples from the financial markets.
Our other main goal in this class to prepare for later investment studies, and to raise attention for interesting financial problems.

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Investments I.
Course leader: Tamás Makara

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Problems in Corporate Finance - Computer based
Course leader: Gergely Fazakas

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Last modified: 2016.07.28.