Financial Management and Investment 3H-312-3023 01.01.2020-31.07.2020 10 cr(18LIKOr1)+-
Learning outcomes of the course unit
This course deepens students’ knowledge in financial and management accounting and familiarises the student with financing from investors’ point of view.
After completing the course students will be able to
- draw up financial statements for companies
- record capital and taxation calculations and entries of different forms of business
- calculate the taxable income of different forms of business
- affect the company's financial result
- analyse the company's financial statements and utilise them in steering the business operations
- apply electronic financial management methods and tools
- apply cost accounting and pricing methods in product and customer profitability calculations
- analyse profitability and factors affecting it
- know different financial instruments
- know the differences between various mutual funds
- know the stock market risks
- interpret financial statement documents and annual reports in English
- analyse, evaluate and plan different financial reports and presentations in English
Prerequisites and co-requisites
1. year studies or similar skills and knowledge.
How are financial statements drawn up?
How does bookkeeping differ in different forms of business?
How are different forms of businesses taxed?
What possibilities do companies have in affecting the profit of the financial year?
How are financial statements utilised?
What is electronic financial management?
How is cost accounting carried out and utilised in pricing and profitability assessment?
How are product and customer profitability evaluated?
What is finance?
What are bonds?
What are mutual funds?
How is the share price determined?
How to communicate in English in field-related investment and profitability projects?
How to interpret financial statement documents in English?