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Revised Prospectus and Syllabus of the Master in Business Finance Certificate Course (MBFCC).
September, 20th 2012
                                        *
        MASTER IN BUSINESS FINANCE
                                                                                                      ... Genius inside.




         Financial Management and Advanced Financial Analysis
  Capital Structuring, Fund Raising and Investment Management
                       Capital and Financial Market Management
                           Forex, Treasury and Risk Management
Valuations, Merger & Acquisition, and Principles of Management
                Banking, Risk Management and Business Strategy



           THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF INDIA
                                                            (Set up under an Act of Parliament)
                        ICAI Bhawan, Post Box No. 7100, Indraprastha Marg, New Delhi­110002
      * Master indicates the depth of knowledge, coverage as well as capability and do not refer to a Post Graduate degree.
                              Committee of Management Accounting (CMA), ICAI
                       The Committee of Management Accounting (ICAI) has been constituted by the
                       Institute of Chartered Accountants of India keeping in view special contribution, the
                       profession of Chartered Accountancy has been making for the last more than 6
                       decades in the field of Management Accounting.
                       Being a partner in the Nation Building, the profession is playing a decisive role in the
                       industry, business and service sector. The Chartered Accountants as Management
                       Accountants have been contributing in: -
                            Management Accounting
                            Designing and Implementation of Management Accounting Systems
                            Strategic Management
                            Financial Planning
                            Corporate Finance
                            Management Information Systems & Risk Management
                            Financial Management, Resource Raising & Mobilisation
                            Financial Markets, Forex & Treasury Management







CA. Jaydeep N. Shah                 GOVERNMENT OF INDIA NOMINEES
      President




                      Smt. Usha Narayanan         Shri Deepak Narain (DIPP)      Shri. Gautam Guha (C&AG)
                             (SEBI)

                          We bring to you MBF...Genius Inside




                                                                                      Genius Inside
                                      Key Differentiators
                                      Why MBF* is better than any other MBA Finance course offered by other Institutes?

                                          1.  Providing cutting edge finance skills to Qualified & Experienced Chartered Accountants
                                              with an average experience of 10 Years
                                          2. Preparing for Global Economy with special focus on Live Case Studies practiced in class
                                              room
                                          3. Providing and exploring opportunity to interact with eminent faculty from B-School like
                                              Harvard Business School, Stern School of Business, New York, IIMs , MDI, Management
                                              Schools of IITs Premier Universities
                                          4. Create Interactive classroom led by Industry leaders in Private Equity, Fund raising ,
                                              Banking , Mutual Fund, Forex Management , Merchant Banking
                                          5. 360 degree overview of business finance domain with comprehensive course content
                                              similar to what they teach you in Top 10 B-Schools
                                          6. More than 100 Books prescribed for reference the latest and the best
                                          7. Focus on practical & managerial approach towards Business Finance to prepare student
                                              for CFO and top Managerial positions
FEATURES                                  8. Special training sessions on International Taxation , Business Restructuring, Trusts ,
                                              Intellectual Property etc to prepare for International Assignments
   Comprehensive Finance Curriculum       9. Course is designed to amplify the business finance skills of Chartered Accountants and
                                              enabling them to become Business leaders
   Unique mix of faculty                  10. Well-equipped libraries at ICAI Bhawans at New Delhi, Mumbai & Centres of Excellence,
                                              Hyderabad
   Focus on Indian market                 11. In built 7 days residential internship/training programme at ICAI's Centre of Excellence,
   Innovative practical application           Hyderabad twice during the course.

   Healthy combination of students
   Rigorous testing procedures        Knowledge mix for your business needs
                                               Comprehensive Finance Curriculum with focus on all advance facets of finance covering
                                               fields of practical application such as Fund Raising, Equity and Fixed Income Research,
                                               Financial planning, Financial Risk Management and Enterprise Risk Management, Indian
                                               Depository Receipt (IDR), International & Indian Commodity Market, Interest Derivatives,
                                               Corporate Valuation, Mergers & Acquisitions, Working Capital Management and Finance,
                                               Forex Management and Import/Export financing, Derivatives/Treasury, Banking and Risk
                                               Management, RBI guidelines etc.
                                               Unique mix of eminent faculty comprising of academicians from leading B-schools and
                                               senior professionals from industry like credit rating leads, investment bankers, private
                                               equity firms, portfolio managers etc
                                               Focus on Indian market and relevant regulatory/tax considerations etc in theory as well as
                                               projects
                                               Innovative practical application of theoretical inputs in the form of projects, assignments,
                                               presentation before technical panels, group discussion etc.
                                               100 hours of dedicated training at a residential campus with 3 star facilities and 24X7
                                               access to eminent faculty, intense brainstorming and projects under expert guidance
                                               200 hours of classroom sessions with 500 hours of self-study to bring in a balance in
                                               perspective between theory and application
                                               Access to books and material widely recognized as the best in the world (written by
                                               leading finance gurus, investment bankers etc ­ eg Euromoney, McGraw Hill, Dun &
                                               Bradstreet, Wiley etc)
                                               Healthy mix of students to enhance knowledge sharing and creating positive synergies -
                                               all qualified CAs with average Experience of 8-10 years
                                               Rigorous testing procedures: Exams and projects designed in a manner to ensure high
                                               quality pass outs ­which has been the hallmark of ICAI




Genius inside...
Who is Eligible?

Members of the ICAI and the students
who have passed the final exam are
eligible to pursue this course.

                                              ICAI Vision
When to Register?
                                                      Recognize the changes in Economy/Business Environment such as focus on
                                                      value, dynamic business and organization structures, developments in
Register Now for MBF Batch Starting at
New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai,                  Information Technology and Telecommunication, new Government policies,
Bangalore                                             globalization of business and competitive pressures.

                                                      Recognize the path to success by adapting to the changes, knowledge
                                                      management and acquiring skills to work with future environment influenced by
How to Register?                                      technological and other changes.

                                                      Recognize the opportunities for Chartered Accountants in the emerging areas
Candidates have to fill in the Registration           such as new audit and assurance needs, performance measurement services,
Form available in this Prospectus, with               change management services, strategy management, general practice
the Committee Secretariat. The                        specialization and servicing global organizations.
Registration form is also available at the
                                                      Recognize the Institute's role as a proactive, innovative and flexible
website of the Institute www.icai.org.                organization, in equipping Chartered Accountants with top quality education
Submit the form complete in all respect               and values.
along with the requisite fee to: -
                                                      Recognize the need to be known as World Class Advisors.


The Secretary,                                Potential Opportunities
Committee on Management Accounting
(CMA)
                                                      As investment bankers and corporate advisors with transaction services
ICAI BHAWAN,
                                                      expertise.
A-94/4, SECTOR ­ 58,Noida (U.P.)
Pin Code ­ 201301                                     Bank - operations and credit.
Email: cma@icai.in                                    Capital Market including Equity research, IPOs, Merchant Banking, Listing,
                                                      Corporate Governance and international capital market.
                                                      Top and middle management and key positions in large and midsized
A facility of online registration and                 corporates.
payment is available at www.icai.org                  Treasury strategy and day-to-day management.
                                                      Insurance fund management.
                                                      Private Equity Funds, Mutual Funds, Hedge Funds, Venture Capital Funds and
                                                      Asset Management Companies.
                                                      Entrepreneur.







                                                                                                               Genius Inside
                                          Foreword to the Course
                                          IMPARTING THE NITTY-GRITTIES OF FINANCE
                                          Finance is the life blood of any economic activity. Imagine any activity on this earth and
                                          we feel the imperative need of finance.

                                          The discipline of finance has undergone a sea change in recent years. There have been
                                          new innovations in terms of tools, techniques and instruments of fund raising as well as
                                          dealing with the Risks which the organizations have been facing. The economic growth has
                                          not only brought changes in this business environment throughout the world but at the
                                          same time has created turmoil and turbulence in economic activities.

                                          We have witnessed global financial crisis and many large organizations have collapsed like
                                          a pack of cards. The melt down in one part of the world has adversely affected other parts
                                          of the globe and even an ordinary person has not been spared from the adverse effects of
                                          the recession. The environment becomes even more arduous in times of turbulence.

                                          Such a scenario calls for the professionals at the helm of affairs of finance function to keep
                                          themselves abreast with the latest developments and equip with the tools and techniques
                                          to deal with such challenging situations. ICAI launches a Master in Business Finance
                                          Certificate Course to impart the nitty-gritties of finance to the members of the Institute.

                                          A very comprehensive and wide course curriculum has been formulated by the
  ICAI Centres of Excellence, Hyderabad   Committee. The course will provide an in-depth and comprehensive knowledge of
                                          theoretical as well as practical aspects of Business Finance to the participants.

                                          There is a requirement for the participants to prepare case studies based on real life
                                          situations. This will to a great extent sharpen the writing skills of the participants.

                                          The background of a Chartered Accountant is the most ripe to unlearn the past and learn
                                          the contemporary with ease and speed. Deep knowledge of business, its operational
                                          intricacies and ramifications of managerial decisions come natural to a Chartered
                                          Accountant. The Group discussions as a part of course curriculum will provide a good
                                          opportunity for the participants to share their rich knowledge and experience with each
                                          other. The course thus intends to enable the participants to be the best in finance arena.




                                          Course Content
                                          END TO END SOLUTION IN FINANCE CURRICULAM

                                          LEVEL I
                                          Paper I - Financial Management and Advanced Financial Analysis
                                          Paper II - Capital Structuring, Fund Raising and Investment Management

                                          LEVEL II
                                          Paper III - Capital and Financial Market Management
                                          Paper IV - Forex, Treasury and Risk Management

                                          LEVEL III
                                          Paper V - Valuations, Merger & Acquisition, and Principles of Management
                                          Paper VI - Banking, Risk Management and Business Strategy




Genius Inside
Concept & Course Design
CA Praveen Sharma
M: +91 98100 11802
praveensharma60@hotmail.com

Chief Technical Advisor
CA Rakesh K. Jain
M: +91 98100 71440
chairman@fsltechnologies.com


Technical Director

CA Yatinder Nath Khemka
M: +91 98106 93421
yatindernathkhemka@yahoo.com

Joint Technical Director

CA Rajiv Singh
M: +91 98181 22105
rajivsinghfca@gmail.com




                               Technical Support Group (CMA)
                                    CA. Nitin Jain, Secretary, CMA                  Delhi
                                    Shri A. P. Kar , Course Co-ordinator            Delhi
                                    Dr. Alok Ray, Sr. Deputy Secretary, ICAI        Kolkata
                                    Mr. Koshi John, Deputy Secretary                Mumbai
                                    Dr. P T Giridharan, Assistant Secretary         Chennai
                                    Mr. N. S. Jagdish Kumar, Assistant Secretary    Bangalore




                                                                                   Genius Inside
         COURSE CONTENT IN DETAIL

                END TO END SOLUTION
                IN FINANCE CURRICULAM




Genius Inside
                  MBF SYLLABUS

LEVEL I                                                LEVEL II



PAPER 1: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND                      PAPER III: CAPITAL & FINANCIAL MARKET
ADVANCED FINANCIAL ANALYSIS                            MANAGEMENT



Module 1 Objective and Scope of Financial Management   Module 13: Capital Markets

Module 2: Applied Financial Analysis & Forecasting     Module 14: Regulatory Framework of Capital Market

Module 3: Long term Investment Analysis                Module 15: International Capital Markets

Module 4: Financial Analysis using Mathematical &      Module 16: Debt Markets
Statistical Tools
                                                       Module 17: Fixed Income Securities
Module 5: Business Economics-Impact on Financial
Markets                                                Module 18: Money Market




PAPER 2: CAPITAL STRUCTURING, FUND                     PAPER IV: FOREX, TREASURY & RISK
RAISING AND INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT                      MANAGEMENT



                                                       Module 19: Foreign Exchange Markets
Module 6: Financial Planning
                                                       Module 20: Forex Arithmetic
Module 7: Corporate Structuring
                                                       Module 21: Exchange Rates Theories
Module 8: Capital Structuring
                                                       Module 22: Forex Risk Management
Module 9: Fund Raising
                                                       Module 23: Forex Derivatives (products, valuation and uses
Module 10: A study of Leading Banks & FIs
                                                       in hedging)
Module 11: Portfolio Management
                                                       Module 24: International Finance
Module 12: Alternative Investments
                                                       Module 25: Foreign Exchange Management

                                                       Module 26: Treasury Management




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                Level III



                PAPER V: VALUATIONS, MERGER &ACQUISITION, AND
                PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT



                Module 27: Corporate Valuation

                Module 28: Due Diligence and its Role in Valuation

                Module 29: Relative Valuation ­ Expert level

                Module 30: Relative valuation Concepts and applications

                Module 31: Valuation Techniques

                Module 32: Summarization of Valuation

                Module 33: Merger &Acquisitions

                Module 34: General Management

                Module 35: Organisational Behaviour

                Module 36: Strategic Management



                PAPER VI: BANKING, RISK MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS
                STRATEGY



                Module 37: BANKING

                Module 38: Banking Functions

                Module 39: NPA Management

                Module 40: Anti Money Laundry & RBI Guidelines

                Module 41: Risk Analysis & Management

                Module 42: Business Planning & Functional Strategy

                Module 43: Trade Finance




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Level 1                                                      Module 2: Applied Financial Analysis & Forecasting

PAPER 1: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND                                   Financial Analysis
ADVANCED FINANCIAL ANALYSIS                                              Basic Concepts
                                                                         Business Strategy Analysis of a firm -Latest
Module 1 Objective and Scope of Financial                               techniques & tools
Management                                                               Financial Statement analysis
                                                                            o Introduction
          Introduction                                                      o Purpose
          Meaning & Scope of Financial Management                           o Techniques
          Objectives of Financial management                                o Application
          Role of Chief Finance Officer                                     o Role of EBIT, EBITDA and other
          Role of Financial Management in Corporate                             figures in Credit analysis and
          Governance including agency problem                                   management
          Time value of Money                                               o Abuses of EBITDA
          Assessment of working capital requirements                        o Identifying creative accounting
          (including CMA data & operating cycle and                         o Cash Flow Analysis
          strategies of negative working capital)                        Unusual Trend Analysis
          Management of working capital                                  Factor for bankruptcy analysis
                   Debtors Management                                    Credit analysis
                                                                            o Balance Sheet Analysis
                  Inventory Management                                      o Debtors Age
                                                                            o Creditors Age
                  Credit Management                                         o Fixed Assets
                                                                            o Advances
                  Management of Cash & Cash equivalents                     o Deposits
                                                                            o Inventory
                  Working capital practices                                 o Investments
                                                                            o Cash & Cash Equivalents
                  Special structured tools for working                      o Ratio
                  capital augmentation & management                         o Credit Risk Relation
                                                                         Balance Sheet ratios
          Value delivery to shareholders- dividend vs. buy               Earning and Expenses ratios
          back decision                                                  Profitability Analysis
          Investing, Financing & dividend decisions                         o Segment Analysis
              o Concepts and methods                                        o EPS
              o Practices                                                   o Operating Margin
          Preparation of project reports and techno                         o Operating Activity wise analysis
          economic feasibility                                              o Combination ratios (DSCR, Interest
          Preparation of CMA and Maximum permissible                            service coverage ratio, D/E Ratios,
          Finance                                                               Leverage and other Balance sheet items
          Project financing                                                     etc.)
          Term Loans, Corporate Loans, Asset Base                        Analysis of other balance sheet items
          Funding, Other Financial Products                                 (Leasing, derivatives, Securitization & off
          Working Capital Funding, Concepts, products                       balance sheet items)
          and Practical Issues                                           Analysis of Auditors Reports
                                                                         Analysis of Notes to Accounts
                                                                         Impact of non-compliance of Accounting
                                                                            Standards.
                                                                         Financial Shenanigans
                                                                         Equity Analysis




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              PE Ratio                                     Modules 4: Financial Analysis using Mathematical &
              Du-Pont Analysis                             Statistical Tools
              Equity Research- concepts, techniques
              and applications.                            Business Mathematical Tools and Financial Analysis
   Evaluation of Risk in Specific situations when the
      concern is:                                                  Matrix Application in Portfolio Construction
           Young                                                   Series & Sequence
           Growing                                                 Exponents & Logarithms
           Matured                                                 Continuous Compounding
           Troubled/Stressed                                       Equation & Inequalities
   Latest techniques of financial analysis and their               Trend Analysis
      application.                                                 Financial Analysis of derivative products
           Value chain analysis                                    Delta & gamma in Option
           Balanced Score Card
           Six Sigma                                       Statistical Tools in Financial Analysis
           Economic value added                            Basic concepts
           Market value added
                                                           Linear Regression Model
   Forecasting Financial Statements
                                                                         Ordinary Least Square (OLS)
           Forecasting Techniques
                                                                         Statistical Inference
           Multiyear Projections
                                                                                o ANOVA (Analysis of Variance
           Sensitivity Analysis
                                                                                   Tests)
           Financial modelling
                                                                                o Confidence Interval
   Advanced Excel Functions
                                                                         Evaluating the regression model
Module 3: Long term Investment Analysis
                                                                                o R-square
   Estimation of Cash Flows                                                     o Adjusted R-square
           Equity cash flow                                                     o Testing for statistical significance
           Free cash flow                                                Hypothesis testing
   Estimation of discount rates                                          Break Down of OLS assumption
           Cost of Equity-CAPM, Multifactor                                     o Hetro-scedasticity
              models, Built up model and dividend                               o Auto Correlation
              model                                                             o Multi-Collinearity
           Cost of preference share
           Cost of debt                                            Time Series Modelling & Forecasting
           WACC                                                         Stationery Time Series Analysis (MA, AR
           RADR                                                             & ARMA Models)
   Capital Budgeting                                                    MA-Moving Average, AR-Auto Regressive
           Basic Concepts                                               Weak Stationery, Test of Independence
           Techniques                                                   Forecasting in ARMA Model
           Practical Aspects                                            Analysis of Non-Stationery time series
   Real Options and their use in long term decision                         (ARIMA Models)
   Adjusted present value and its application                      Dynamic Model of Asset Returns & their
   Risk Analysis in Investments                                    volatilities
           Probability                                                  ARCH Model (Auto Regressive
           Sensitivity Analysis                                             Conditional Hetro-scedastic Model)
           Scenario Analysis                                            GARCH Model (Generalized ARCH
           Monte Carlo Simulation                                           Model)
           Certainty Equivalent Model                                   Integrated GARCH Model
           Decision tree analysis                                       Exponential GARCH Model (E-GARCH)
   Data Management                                                      The ARMA-GARCH & ARMA ­
   Pivot Tables, Scenario Analysis, Trend Analysis,                         EGARCH models
      and other Statistical Tools / Quantitative Methods
      for Financial Analysis



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            Forecasting future returns and volatilities.     PAPER 2: CAPITAL STRUCTURING, FUND
       Utility function                                      RAISING AND INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT


Module 5: Business Economics-Impact on Financial
Markets                                                      Modules 6: Financial Planning

       Macro and Micro Economics                                    Fundamentals of Financial Planning
       Financial, Industry and Service Sectors                      Financial planning
                                                                        o Corporate financial planning ­short term
       Impact Analysis of Economic, Financial, Political                    and long term approaches, methods and
       and International News                                               application
       National Income Measurement & Use of Related                     o Personal financial planning (life cycle
       Economic Statistics in finance                                       approach to income planning, consumer
                                                                            credit, retirement planning, health and life
       Monetary Policy ­ Impact on economy &                                insurance policies, basic about estate
       financial Management                                                 planning)
       Fiscal policy ­ Impact on Economy & financial
                                                             Modules 7: Corporate Structuring
       Management
       Business Cycles & Economic fluctuations                      Concept of Corporate Structuring
       Flow of income ­ Consumption, Savings &                      Understanding of different theories of corporate
       Investment                                                   structuring including case study of various Indian
                                                                    and International Models
       Uncertainty and expectations                                 Succession Planning
       Inflation- Causes of inflation, level of prices and          Management Planning of Family Managed
       the value of money, The Fisher effect, the cost of           Businesses and related structures
                                                                    Planning of Wealth Accumulation and
       inflation.
                                                                    Management
       Analysis of Interest Rates-Interest Rates in India,          Corporate Restructuring
       Policy Rates, T-Bill Rates, Repo/Reverse Repo                     o Sell-offs, spin-offs
       Rates, Call Money Rates, PLR, LIBOR, MIBOR,                       o Equity carve-outs
       EURIBOR, SIBOR, MIFOR, Interest rate                              o Liquidations
                                                                         o Reorganizations
       structures in developed economies of the world.
                                                                         o Shares buy back and corporate
       Yield Curves                                                          performance
       Term Structure Theories                                      Joint ventures & Strategic Alliances
                                                                    Asset Reconstruction Companies (including RBI
           o   The Preferred habitat theory                         regulations, Role of ARCIL & other asset
           o   The Unbiased Expectations theory                     restructuring companies)
                                                                    Corporate Debt Restructuring (CDR) cell
           o   The Liquidity preference theory
                                                                    Board of Industrial Finance Reconstruction
           o   The market segmentation theory                       (BIFR)
                                                                    National Company Law Tribunal(NCLT)
                                                                    Role of Debt recovery tribunal
                                                                    SARFAESI Act & its implication.
                                                                    Bankruptcy




                                                                                                    Genius Inside
       Case Studies
                                                                            Sources of finance
           i.   Barings
          ii.   Enron                                                               Overdraft
        iii.    WorldCom                                                            Bank term loans
         iv.    Tyco                                                                Asset-based finance
          v.    Macroni                                                             Receivables Finance
         vi.    Swiss Air                                                           Angel funding
        vii.    Royal Ahold                                                         Factoring and invoice discounting
       viii.    Parmalert                                                           Hire purchase and leasing
         ix.    Lehman Brothers                                                     Merchant banks (medium to longer
          x.    Indian Case Studies                                                 term loans)
                                                                                    Personal resources
Module 8: Capital Structuring                                                       Structured financing
                                                                                    Other sources of funds like NBFCs
       Basic Concepts
       Capital Structure Theories (Debt, Equity &                           Credit Enhancement tools
       Options)                                                             Credit Rating improvement
       Capital Structure & the theory of perfect capital                    Financial Institutions
       markets                                                                  o India (Banks, FIs)
       The trade off model                                                               Structures
       Capital Structure Planning (The design of capital                                 Norms
       structure)                                                                        Nature of Financing
       Minimum Acceptable rate of return

Module 9: Fund Raising                                      Module 10: A study of Leading Banks & FIs

                                                            A study of various national and international Banks &
       Debt
       Equity                                               Financial Institutions including their structure, objective,
       Promoters                                            funding objective, focus and methodology.
       Strategic investment.
                                                                    Master Circulars of RBI on Finance
       Structured Financial Products and Securities
                                                                    Non-Banking Financial Institutions/Companies
       Securitisation
                                                                    International Banks and Institutions
       Off Balance sheet Funding                                        o Structures
       External Commercial Borrowing                                    o Norms
       Venture Capital Funds: A study of various                        o Nature of Financing
       national and international venture capital funds             Multilateral Agencies
       including their approach, emphasis and basic                     o World Bank
       requirements/expectations and focus areas while                  o ADB
       funding. (For Sample List of Venture Capital                     o IFC
       Funds, PE Funds-Please refer Annexure- I)                        o KFW, Japan
       Private Equity: A study of various private                       o WTO
       equity national and international players                        o International Monetary Fund
       including structure, objective, funding objective,
       focus and methodology.
            Short term financing
            Long term financing




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Module 11: Portfolio Management                              Module 12: Alternative Investments

                                                                             Concepts and Regulatory Framework
                                                                             including SEBI Guidelines
      Concepts and Regulatory Framework
                                                                             Real Estate Investment Funds and Real
      Overview of investment environment                                     Estate Investment Trust.
      Investment Process                                                     Hedge funds
      Investment Policy                                                      o History and current status
      Investment theory.                                                     o Operation of hedge fund- regulation
      Market Efficiency & Efficient Market Model                              and structure
           Random Walk Hypothesis                                            o Risks of specific strategies (fixed
           Efficient Market Hypothesis                                        income arbitrage, merger arbitrage,
           Implications of Market Efficiency                                  convert arbitrage, equity long/short
           Empirical test                                                     market neutral, macro, distressed de
                   Markowitz Portfolio Theory and                             bt, emerging markets)
                   capital allocation line                                   o Asset illiquidity, valuation, and ris
      Capital Asset Pricing Model(CML and SML),                               k measurement
      multifactor model and Fama French Three Factor                         o The use of leverage and derivative
      Model                                                                   s and the risks they create
                   Estimating betas (characteristic line )                   o Correlations among hedge funds a
                   Mutual Fund                                                nd between hedge funds and other
           History and current status                                         assets
           Need, regulation, organisational                      Behavioral finance -Psychology of Investing &
               Structure and formation                           Behavioral Finance
           Types of mutual fund                                  Pension Funds
           NFO                                                   Philosophy Of Investment Gurus (Masters)
           Valuation of units of fund                                o Grahmin Benjamin
           Close end vs. open end                                    o Warren Buffet
           Scheme vs. plan                                           o Peter Lynch
           Types of plans                                            o George Soros
           Mutual fund expenses
           Entry and exist load in buying the Fund
           SEBI regulations relating to mutual
               funds
      Index Models & Tracking Portfolio
      Portfolio turnover
      Active and passive portfolio management
      Fund Performance Evaluation techniques
      Style Analysis
      Morning star ­ Risk Adjusted Rating
      Performance Measurement with changing
      portfolio composition.
      International diversification




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LEVEL II                                                     Module 14: Regulatory Framework of Capital Market

PAPER III: CAPITAL & FINANCIAL MARKET                                      Securities Contract Regulation Act
MANAGEMENT                                                                 SEBI Regulations.
                                                                           SEBI Guidelines
Module 13: Capital Markets                                                        Brokers/Sub-Brokers.
                                                                                  Merchant Bankers
              Basics of capital markets (need, evolution                          Disclosure & Investor
              and constituents)                                                       Protection Guidelines
                                                                                  Insider Trading Code
              Segment of capital market
                                                                                  Take-over Code
              Private Placement Of shares                                         Registrar & Transfer Agents
              Public issue of shares(methodologies like                           Other Guidelines and
              book building route and procedural                                      Regulations
              aspects)                                                     NSE, BSE, and MCXsx
              IPO pricing and regulatory compliances (                            Guidelines
              including green shoe option)                                        Listing
                                                                                  Compliance
              Right issues and secondary public issues
              Exit offers (delisting offers) and strategic
              issues                                         Module 15: International Capital Markets
              Share Trading, Secondary Market
                                                                          Major International Capital Market
              Depositories.                                                     NASDAQ
              Stock Exchange Indexes construction                               New York Stock Exchange
              (domestic and international)                                      Small Stock Exchanges in
              Options Futures & Derivatives                                         USA/UK
                      Futures ( Types, valuation,                                      Listing Guidelines
                         speculation, arbitrage, and                                   Market Participants
                         hedging)                                                      Market Regulators
                                                                                London Stock Exchange
                      Options ( types, valuation,
                                                                                Alternative Investment Markets
                         speculation , arbitrage and
                                                                                    (AIMs, London).
                         valuation)
                                                                                Singapore
                      Swaps                                                     Luxemburg
                      Vanilla Derivatives                                       Hong Kong
                      Structured Derivatives                                    Listing Guidelines
                      Collar                                            International Offering (ADR and GDR)
                                                             Module 16: Debt Markets
                      Risk, Evaluation and
                         Management of Derivatives                  Debt Market
                      Modern Vis. Ancient                               o Private Placement
                         Derivative Products                            o Credit Rating
                      Merits and Demerits including                     o Different Instruments
                         Market Impact Study of                         o Listing of Debts
                         Derivatives                                    o SEBI Guidelines
                      Derivatives as tool of Hedging,               Primary Dealers and Secondary Dealers
                         Speculation                                Wholesale Debt Market
                                                                    Negotiated Dealing System (NDS Platform)




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Module 17: Fixed Income Securities                                      FIMMDA practices and Regulations
                                                                        Co-lateralized Borrowings & Lending
                                                                        Obligation (CBLO)
                                                                        Repo and Reverse Repo
             Features of Fixed income securities                        CRR, SLR
             Risks & returns analysis in fixed income                   MIBOR, LIBOR
             securities                                                 Government Securities Market
           Type of fixed income securities                              Master Circulars on Financial Markets
             including hybrid instruments                                Call/Notice Money Market Operations
           Valuation of fixed income securities                          Guidelines for Issue of Certificates of
             including embedded option                                      Deposit
           Duration                                                      Guidelines for Issue of Commercial
           Convexity                                                        Paper
           Price value of a basis point(PVBP)
           Spot rate                                     PAPER IV: FOREX, TREASURY & RISK
           Forward rate                                  MANAGEMENT
           Bootstrapping
           Fixed Income Portfolio management-            Module 19: Foreign Exchange Markets
             domestic and international
           Immunization                                         Basics of foreign Exchange
                  Introduction to National and                  Overview of Forex market
                      major international debt markets          Evolution of Forex market
                  Primary debt market                           Market participants
                  Public offer of debt securities               International exchange rate system
                  Private placement of debt                     Market regulator
                      securities
           Interest rate derivatives (products,
             pricing and application)                    Module 20: Forex Arithmetic
                  Interest rate swap (IRS)
                  Forward Rate Agreement (FRA)                  Type of quotes Ready, Tom, Spot, Forward
                  Interest rate option- Caps, Floor,            Settlement of Forex transactions(Nostro, Vostro
                      collars (IRO)                             and Loro account)
                  Interest rate futures (IRF)                   Two way quote
           Securitization products and uses (Asset              Bid-Ask spread
             Based Securitization and Mortgage                  Pips
             Based Securitization)                              ACI convention and quote interpretation
           Pass through certificate and other                   Quote style Direct quote, Indirect quote, American
             mechanism of securitization.                       quote and European quote
Module 18: Money Market                                         Cross rate
                                                                Forward exchange rate quotation
               Basics of Money Market
                                                                Forward point determination
               Money Market Participants
                                                                Broken period forward rate
               Money Market Instruments (Call Money,
               Term Money, Notice Money,                        Merchant rates
               Commercial Paper (CP), Certificate of            Concept of NDD (Notional due date ) and NTP
               Deposits (CD), T-Bill, Repo and Reverse          (Notional Transit period ) and their use in export
               Repo , BRDS, Inter-Bank Participatory            bill pricing (sight and usance export bills)
               Certificate (IBPC), etc.,                        Crystallization of export and import bills
                                                                Forex swap
                                                                Dealing position and fund position




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Module 21: Exchange Rates Theories                         Module 25: Foreign Exchange Management
                                                              Direct Investment by Residents in Joint Venture
    Expectation Hypothesis                                       (JV)/Wholly Owned Subsidiary (WOS) abroad
    The Fisher Effect                                         Export of Goods and Services
    Interest Rate Parity (IRP)                                External Commercial Borrowings and Trade
    Forex Rate Forecasting                                       Credits
    Purchase Power Parity(PPP)                                Foreign Investment in India
Module 22: Forex Risk Management                              Import of Goods and Services
                                                              Miscellaneous Remittances from India ­
         Forex Currency trading and arbitrage                    Facilities for Residents
               Locational Arbitrage                           Non-Resident Ordinary Rupee (NRO) Account
               Covered Interest Arbitrage                     Remittance Facilities for Non-Resident
       Forex Exposure, identification, measurement and           Indians/Persons of Indian Origin / Foreign
         management                                              Nationals
       Translation Exposure                                   Risk Management and Inter-Bank Dealings
       Transaction Exposure                                Module 26: Treasury Management
       Economic Exposure                                      Introduction to treasury management
       Internal hedging tools for risk management                    o Objectives
       Money Market Hedge (MMH)                                      o Concept
       Federation of Exchange Dealers Association of                 o Organization of treasury
         India (FEDAI) Regulation.                                   o Functions of integrated treasury
Module 23: Forex Derivatives (products, valuation and                o Process of Globalization
uses in hedging)                                                     o Evolving role of Treasury as profit centre
                                                              Liquidity planning and managing cash assets
        Foreign currency options                                     o Measurement of liquidity
        Foreign Currency swaps                                       o Objectives of cash management
        Forward Contracts (booking, extension/roll over,             o Reserve with Central banks
        cancellation and early delivery)                             o Managing float
    Foreign Currency Futures                                         o Managing correspondent balances
    Foreign Currency Swaps                                           o Liquidity planning
    Vanilla Derivatives                                              o Traditional liquidity measures
    Structured Derivatives                                           o Nostro/vostro account management
    Exchange Traded Currency Derivatives                      Risk Management Treasury
Module 24: International Finance                                     o Introduction
                                                                     o Definition of risk and risk management
         Role Of International Financial Markets                     o Risk management process
         International capital budgeting.                            o Risk identification, measurement,
         Regulation related to FDI and ECB                                monitoring and control
                                                                     o Types of risks (Business risk, Credit risk,
         Packing Credit Limit.
                                                                          Market risk, Earning risk, Liquidity risk,
         Packing Credit Foreign Currency limit and post                   Operational risk, Control risk)
         shipment finance
                                                              Asset- Liability Management
         Analysis of domestic v/s foreign loan                       o Asset liability management
         Buyers credit and supplier's credit                         o Bank Balance Sheet Analysis
         Forfeiting                                                  o Components of assets/ liabilities and
         International working capital management                         their management
         Designing an international financial and                    o ALM implementation
         corporate structure                                         o RBI guidelines.
         Brief on Corporate Laws and Tax Laws of certain             o Management of SLR and non-SLR
         important countries.                                             securities, Dealing Room Operations




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Level III                                             Module 29: Relative Valuation ­ Expert level
                                                          Identification of Comparable
PAPER V: VALUATIONS, MERGER
                                                          Listed Entities
&ACQUISITION, AND PRINCIPALS OF                           Unlisted Entities
MANAGEMENT                                                Role of deal trading database
                                                              Private Equity deals
Module 27: Corporate Valuation
                                                              Private placement deals
   Overview of Valuation                                      Other transactions
   Introducing valuation                                  Adjustment factors to bring Non Comparable to
   Valuation analysis                                        Comparable
   Historical Analysis-                                   How to use multiproduct Comparable
   Forecasting of future projections.                         Role of segment reporting
   Projected profitability                                Price Earnings multiples
   Validity Check                                             Concept of PE
   Estimation of Cash Flows                                   Which date/ period P/E multiple to consider
      - What to include                                       Discount factors
      - What to exclude                                       Premium factors
      - Initial/Interim                                       Benchmarking analysis
      - Regular cash flow                             Module 30: Relative valuation Concepts and
      - Period to consider
      - Post projection cash flow mapping             applications
      - Role of Residuary value                           Price to Equity Ratio (PER)
      - Other Conceptual aspects of DCF Techniques        Price earnings growth
      - Discount factors                                  Price to book value
      - Contingency factors                               Price to cash flow
      - Weight assignment                                 Enterprise Value to EBITDA (including how to
   Role of DCF technique in estimating                       actually calculate)
       Enterprise Value                               Module 31: Valuation Techniques
       Equity Value                                       Income approach
       Principles of Adjusted Present value                   Historical Income- thread bare analysis
       Drawbacks and limitations of DCF                       Forecasted Income- special factors and
           techniques                                            assumptions considered
       Projections are projections ­ How validated            Embedding strategic analysis into forecasting
           to mapping                                         Earning capitalization
       Assumptions, mapping and basis of arriving                o Concepts
           at assumptions                                        o Application
       Advance techniques of MS Excel to facilitate           How to arrive at capitalization rate
           DCF analysis.                                      Role of prime rate, Repo rate, MIBOR, call
                                                                 money rates, YTM of 10 year Gilt and other
Module 28: Due Diligence and its Role in Valuation               factors directly determining capitalization rate
                                                          Asset Approach
        Types of Due diligence                                Valuation of Land
        Effect of due diligence on valuation                  Valuation of Building (Area, Residual life,
        Valuation Standards issued by ICAI                       Discount factors, Maintenance, Index rating)
                                                              Property, Plant and Equipment
                                                                 o Concept of cash generating Unit-
                                                                     Valuation
                                                                 o Concept of residual life
                                                                 o Comparable current cost




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           o Invitation from latest quotes from market      Module 33: Merger &Acquisitions
           o ABC Analysis of Property Plant &
             Equipment (PPE) for application of                Mergers.
             differential technique                            Merger Strategy
   Valuation technique Selection                               Takeovers
          o Other valuation techniques                             o Take over code
          o Selection of appropriate valuation                     o Hostile takeovers
             technique                                             o Takeover defences & strategies
          o Elimination of irrelevant valuation                Legal and Regulatory issues
             technique                                         Leveraged Buy Outs
Module 32: Summarization of Valuation                          Management Buy Outs & Buy Ins
                                                               Merger Arbitrage
       Averaging
                                                               Financing Mergers
       Range
                                                               Acquisitions.
       Different options of valuation
                                                               Tender offers.
           o As per arrangement perception
                                                               International M&A
           o As per Valuers perception
           o Objective analysis and its impact on              Strategic Aspects in Mergers and Acquisitions
               summary valuation                               Legal Aspects-Companies Act, Income tax & Stamp
           o Practical aspects and case studies                Duty Act.
       Valuation of Intellectual property Rights, Brands       Documentation of merger
       and Intangible Assets - Concepts and Applications       How to frame merger schemes?
       Valuation of shares                                     How to undertake national / international merger?
           o Equity
           o Preference shares                              Module 34: General Management
           o Special financial instruments                   Business Research Methods
       Valuation of debt                                     Managerial Communication
       Valuation of Jewellery                                Managerial Ethics [2 credits]
           o Gold                                            Analysis for Managerial Decision Making
           o Diamond                                         Corporate Image Building
           o Other metals and precious stone                 Emotional Intelligence and Managerial Effectiveness
           o Concept of making charges                       Operational Research & Management
           o Evaluation of quality                           Human Resource Management
           o Replacement value
           o Realizable value                               Module 35: Organisational Behaviour
           o Other valuation fundamentals
           o How to verify report of an expert               Individual and Group Behaviour in Organisation
       Valuation of Options                                  Organisational Structure, Design & Change
           o General Principles of Option Valuation          Assertiveness Training
           o Specific method for Valuing Options             Balanced Score Card
           o Binomial tree method                            Corporate Governance
           o Black Scholes Valuation: Formula and            Cross-Cultural Management
               Application                                   Designing Organisations for Uncertain Environment
       Role of structuring a transaction - Implication on    Leadership, Influence and Power
       Valuation                                             Management of Creativity
                                                             Management of Relationships
                                                             Personal Effectiveness and Self-Leadership
                                                             Personal Growth Lab
                                                             Political Behaviour & Impression Management in
                                                              Organizations
                                                             Stress Management




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   Transactional Analysis                                    Offshore Banking
   Zen and the Executive Mind                                Capital Planning and Capital Adequacy of Banks
                                                             Liabilities Management (including NRI deposits)
                                                             Cost of Funds and Transfer pricing.
Module 36: Strategic Management
                                                          Module 38: Banking Functions
   Sustainable Development and Corporate Sustainability
   Building Learning Organisations                           Credit Management
   Business Networking                                              Loan Policy of Banks
   Competition and Globalisation                                    Exposure norms
   Contemporary Business Practices                                  Screening of applications
   Entrepreneurship Planning and Development: with                  Appraisal of credit
   special reference to Tech-Entrepreneurs and                      Sanction limit
   Professionals
                                                                    Post sanction compliance
   Strategy Formulation, Testing and Implementation
                                                                    Monitoring supervision
   International Relations and Management
                                                                    Review
   Managing Private-Public Partnerships
                                                                    Government policies for credit extension
   Strategic Marketing
                                                                    Credit institutions
   Individual and Group Behaviour in Organisation
                                                                    Principles of good lending
   Organisational Structure, Design & Change
                                                                    Borrower study and bankers opinion
   Assertiveness Training
                                                                    Credit policy by banks
                                                                    Government regulation of credit
PAPER VI: BANKING, RISK MANAGEMENT AND
                                                                    Prudential norms
BUSINESS STRATEGY
                                                             Consumer loans
Module 37: BANKING                                                  Types
                                                                    Credit analysis of consumer loans
   Banking basics                                                   Risk­return analysis of consumer loans
   Evolution of banking                                             Customer profitability analysis and loan
                                                                     pricing
   Overview of banking system
                                                                    Fixed Vs floating rates
          Indian banking system
          Functions of banks                                 Loan and advances against pledge
          Banking technology                                        Hypothecation
          Banking products & services                               Mortgage
                                                                    Lien
   Scheduled and non-scheduled banks
                                                                    Advances against goods-Document to title to
   Indian vs. Foreign banks                                          goods
   Regulations on foreign banks ­ Indian Regulator,                 Life insurance policies
   Domestic Regulator                                               Stock exchange securities
   Government and RBI regulations                                   Fixed deposit receipts
   General banking                                                  Book debts & factoring
   Retail Banking                                                   Supply bills
   Corporate Banking                                                Real estates
   Government Business                                              Advance against collateral securities
   Treasury                                                         Corporate Guarantees and documentary credit
   Trade Finance                                                    Letter of credit discounting
   International Banking System                                     Letter credit negotiation
   International Fund Transfer




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   Agricultural finances and Retail lending              Module 41: Risk Analysis & Management
          Crop loans
          Crop insurance schemes-Dairy- Sericulture-        Overview of Risk management in Corporate & banks
           Poultry- Animal husbandry ,Horticulture          Measuring and management of risks.
          Kissan credit cards                               Credit Risk Measurement and Management
          NABARD initiatives                                    Bankruptcy and default
          Lead bank schemes                                     Credit spreads
          Retail banking advances­Concept­Retail                Probability of default
           banking products                                     Loss given default and recovery rates
          Consumer credit financing.                            Expected and unexpected loss
   Financing to small scale industries and large scale          Credit scores
                                                                External credit ratings
   industries
                                                                Internal credit ratings surveillance and
          Term lending
                                                                    monitoring of borrowers and credit
          Syndicated loan system
                                                                    limits/exposure
          Role of development banks in industrial               Contingent claim approach and the KMV
           finance                                                  Model
          Working capital finances                              Default and default-time correlations
          Turnover method                                       Portfolio credit risk
          Modified version of MPBF                              Credit risk management models
          Long term finance                                     Credit derivatives
                                                                     Credit default swap (CDS)
                                                                     Total return swap (TRS)
Module 39: NPA Management                                            Credit spread option (CSO)
                                                                     Credit link notes (CLN)
   Introduction                                                      Collateralized debt obligations (CDO)
   Identification of NPAs (CC, OD, Term loans, Bills                 Other credit derivative products.
   purchased, Other accounts)                                   Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) or Special
   Asset classification                                             Purpose Enterprises (SPEs)
   Prudential norms                                                  Trust / Corporate / Other structures
   Capital adequacy­International Banking Regulation-                Role of revocable & irrevocable
   Basel II.                                                             structures
   Asset classification provisioning                                 With or without recourse structures
   Effect of NPA on profitability                               Counterparty Risk
   Monitoring systems for existing and likely NPAs              Insurance of Credit Risk, Sovereign Risk
                                                            Operational and Integrated Risk Management
   Rehabilitation of sick NP units
                                                                Types of operational risk
   Recovery of NPAs                                             Workflow in financial institutions
   Compromise and negotiated settlements                        Insuring and hedging operational risk
   Securitization of Debts                                      Severity and frequency distributions for op
   Investment Management in Banks                                   erational risk
          Management of SLR and non-SLR securities              Aggregated distributions
          Dealing Room Operations                                        o Loss distributions
          Integrated Treasury Management.                                o Aggregating loss distributions
                                                                Firm
                                                                    wide risk measurement and management
Module 40: Anti Money Laundry & RBI Guidelines                  Correlations across market, credit, and ope
                                                                    rational risk
   Know Your Customer (KYC) Guidelines.                         Differences between market and operational
   Anti Money Laundering Law, Guidelines & Circulars.               VARs




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        Definition of risk capital
        Allocation of risk capital across the firm
        Basel II Accord
        Evaluating the performance of risk management systems
        Implementation risks of risk management
        Legal risk
        Liquidity risk
   Risk Management and Investment Management
        Traditional investment risk management
        Return metrics (Sharpe ratio, information ratio, VaR, rela
         tive VaR, tracking error, survivorship bias)
        Implementing VaR
        Benchmarking asset mixes
        Risk decomposition and performance attribution
        Risk budgeting
        Tracking error
        Setting risk limits
        Risk of alpha transfer strategies
        Risk management issues of pension funds


Module 42: Business Planning & Functional Strategy

   Business Strategy
                                                                        "We Create


   Macro environment
   Strategic Options                                                 Value, Valuations
   Strategies for Change


   Industry and Market Environment
   Ethics, sustainability and Corporate Responsibility
                                                                      will Follow...!!"
                                                                       Founder ­ MBF Course

Module 43: Trade Finance

   Business Strategy
   Macro environment
   Strategic Options
   Strategies for Change




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                                                                      (One Week Each: 2 No's ­ incl. staying costs, foods etc at ICAI
                                                                      Centres of Excellence (Hyderabad). Travel Excluded)
                                                         (c)          Classes on Alternative Saturday and Sunday for 1 year
                                                                      (Tea with Snacks will be provided)
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Please note that Registration fee once paid is non-
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Examination Fee
Nil for the First Evaluation and thereafter @
Rs.1,000/- per level (Comprising two papers) each
time if any candidate is required to re-appear for
any subsequent Evaluation Test.


Faculty
The Faculty for the course is drawn from IIM's,
XLRI, NIBM,MDI, Public & Private Sector Banks/
Financial Institutions, Mutual Funds, ICRA, SIDBI,
ICRA, etc. and Senior Chartered Accountants from
Industry Profession and Academicians.




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Course Coordinators:
CA. Nitin Jain, Secretary CMA
Mobile No. 91 9310542607 : nitinjain@icai.org
Shri A.P. Kar, Course Co-ordinator
Mobile No. 91 93507 99912 : ap.kar@icai.org




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