Investment and Portfolio Management
Module code: ACFI 3307
Investments and Portfolio Management is a 15 credit final year undergraduate module. Whether it is mandatory or optional will depend on the degree programme being studied.
The purpose of the module is to introduce students to the theories and techniques used in portfolio management. Using the key theoretical viewpoint of efficient market hypothesis, students are introduced to the topics of portfolio construction and optimisation. The module also considers alternative portfolio performance evaluation methodologies and the construction of fixed-income securities' portfolios. Our Trading Room will give you a simulated experience on industry-standard software that is used by decision-makers in practice.
The assessment for this module involves the research and development of students’ own efficient and optimum trading strategies using real market data available on the Refinitiv and Bloomberg financial markets software.
This module develops students' awareness in investment management process and complements their knowledge of financial management theories.
Contact hours per student per year
- Lectures: 22 hours
- Workshops: 22 hours
- Investments portfolio (2250 words): 100%
Additional costs: DMU Global (not compulsory) and the purchase of books