Actuarial Science Training - Core Technical - Financial Economics (CT 8) and Exam MFE

Actuarial Sciences

This course is helpful for students aspiring to take Actuarial science exams from Institute of Actuaries of India (IAI) or Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (UK) and even from Society of Actuaries (US). Actuarial science uses mathematical and statistical methods to assess risk in insurance, finance and other industries and professions. Actuarial Analyst is one of the most sought after professions in the current job Market. CT8 - Financial Economics is one of the important Actuary exams in the journey towards becoming an Actuary. The curriculum covers the different aspects of Financial Economics.

Veiw CT 8 Financial Economics/Exam MFE Models for Financial Economics free videos



To be an Actuary, a good Understanding of different aspects of Financial Economics is a necessity.

Course curriculum - Financial Reporting

Utility Theory Measures of Investment Risk Concepts Value at Risk - Basic Properties Mean Variance Portfolio
Diversification Benefits of a Portfolio Models of Asset Returns The Standard CAPM Model CAPM Beta Application
Efficient Market Hypothesis Ito Calculus Introduction Application of ITO Lemma Ornstein Uhlenbeck Process
Log Normal Model Brownian Motion Introduction Martingale - Brownian Motion Valuation of Forwards and Futures
Derivative Pricing in Discrete Time Black Scholes Option Pricing Model Greeks - Derivations Vasicek Model - Derivation

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