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MODULE 1 MODULE 2 MODULE 3 MODULE 4

Portfolio Management (MCT-080)


Market Instruments and Processes -
Existing, New and Emerging (MCT-081)
Private Equity and Venture Capital (MCT-
082)
Securities and Business Law (MCT-083)
UNIT 1
INTRODUCTION TO PORTFOLIO
MANAGEMENT
EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS INTRODUCTION TO VENTURE CAPITAL OVERVIEW OF SECURITIES LAW
1 Meaning and Necessity of Investment Meaning History Evolution of Securities Laws in India
2 Investment Motives Indexing Perspective
Characteristics and Objectives of Venture
Capital Investors
CCI Saga Vs SEBI
3 Risks in Investment Importance Main Market Players Pricing Control Vs Free Pricing
4 Portfolio Management Process
UNIT 2 INVESTMENT POLICY TREASURY BILLS
REVIEW OF VALUATION
FUNDAMENTALS
FUND RAISING METHODS
1
Types of Investors: their Needs and
Weaknesses
Meaning DCF Valuation Capital Market Instruments
2 Implementing Investment Strategies Perspective Equity Based Valuation Case Study
3 Psychology of Risk and Behavioral Finance Importance Asset and Option Based Valuations
Issue of NCD Directions Vs Acceptance of
Deposits
4 Drivers of Investment Policies
Valuation from the Perspective of Venture
Capitalist
5
Institutional Investors: Objective setting and
investment policies
6 Investment Management Mandate
UNIT 3
ASSET ALLOCATION: POLICIES AND
PROCEDURES
CONTRACTS
ORGANIZATION OF VENTURE CAPITAL
FUNDS
OTHERS
1 Asset Allocation Process Meaning Types of Investors Debt: Issue of Debt Securities Regulations
2 Types of Asset Allocation Perspective Fund Managers Required Skills Banks, NBFCs,HFCs, ARCs, Others
3 Approaches to Asset Allocation Decision Importance
How a VC Fund Approaches Potential
Investee Companies
Insider Trading and Liabilities for Violations
4 Asset Allocation Techniques
Investment Process of a Venture Capital
Fund
Offerings to Markets Abroad
UNIT 4 CAPITAL MARKET THEORY EMERGING MARKET INSTRUMENTS BASIC INVESTMENT STRUCTURE BUSINESS LAW
1 Evolution of Capital Asset Pricing Model Meaning Fund Indian Contract Act, 1872
2 Dominant Portfolio Perspective Shareholding structures Partnership Act, 1932
3 CAPM Importance Equity instruments Sale of Goods Act, 1930
4 Non-Standard Forms of CAPM Debt instruments: bonds, convertibles The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
5 Application of CAPM Consumer Protection Act, 1986
6 Companies Act 0f 1956
UNIT 5 ARBITRAGE PRICING THEORY DEPOSITORIES EMERGING MARKET ISSUES
Corporate Governance in Financial
Institutions - I
1 Arbitrage Pricing Model Genesis and Legal Framework
Differences in Information, Management and
Legal Environment
Overview of corporate governance
2 Arbitrage Mechanism Depositiry Role in Capital Market How a VC Fund can Deal with these Issues
Unique characteristics of financial institutions
and implications for their corporate
governance
3 Empirical Test of APT Custodians
Poor corporate governance as a contributing
cause of the global financial crisis
4 Comparison of CAPM and APT Compliance
Corporate governance trends and
developments
5 Applications of APT
Corporate governance approaches
Mandatory legislation vs. best practice codes
UNIT 6 NEW AND EMERGING PROCESSES - II POST INVESTMENT MONITORING
Corporate Governance in Financial
Institutions - II
1 Smart Order Routing Goal Setting
Evaluating corporate governance How
corporate governance is assessed
2 Mobile Trading Reporting
Importing corporate governance practices from
other countries
3 Algo Trading Action Plans
Roles and responsibilities of the board of
directors
4 New Processes Value Enhancement
Board induction and on-going knowledge
development
Semester Breakup
Semester 4
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