Author: Ken

The Economics & Business Department offers a number of undergraduate programs that are relevant to the finance industry. The BSc (Hons) in Finance & Business is one such program. There are also graduate programs in Finance and Economics. Students can pursue MSc/MBA degrees in these fields. In addition, more students are receiving the McGowan Scholarship. Students pursuing these degrees can choose from a wide variety of research opportunities. BSc (Hons) in Business Economics and Finance The BA (Hons) degree in Business Economics and Finance provides a thorough grounding in both business and economics. The course includes more than 50 optional…

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Finance is the channeling of funds to various economic entities. There are four basic areas of finance. These are Operating flows, Invested capital, Cost of capital, and Institutions. Each one has a different role. Let’s look at each area in turn. Let’s start with Operating flows. It is the process of distributing funds from savers to users. Commercial banks and savings and loan associations act as intermediaries. Investment companies and pension funds are examples of other financial intermediaries. Operating flows A company’s operating cash flow is a measure of its ability to pay off debt and make investments. This measure…

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