I worked as a TA at the University of California and worked at different universities in Turkey (Bilgi, 29 Mayis, Galatarasaray universities). Hence I have experience in teaching. While teaching, I give examples from daily life and make students think about these which makes learning process more participating.
Orcan's last completed
Finance job with Sumnet:
1-2 hrs/week - I need tutor for university exams starting in 1st of July.
I need help in topics such as
Accounting and Finance
Business and Finance
Finance and Investment
• The goals of the firm, the role of the financial manager, financial markets and stock market indices
• Stock market efficiency
• The time value of money
• Capital appraisal techniques
• Risk and Return, including diversification, standard deviation, systematic and non-systematic risks, efficiency frontiers and the CAPM
• Understanding and valuing bonds, including interest yield and redemption yield, duration, and default risk
• Understanding and valuing shares, including NAV, dividend discount models and price - earnings ratios
• Costs of capital and the capital structure debate
1. Banks, Building Societies, and money markets. Financial intermediation. The creation of money. The Bank of England. Money market instruments: deposits, loans, certificates of deposit, bills, commercial paper. Retail and wholesale banking.
2. Mortgages. The operation of repayment and endowment mortgages. Characteristics of repayment mortgages and the effects of changes in interest rates and terms to maturity. Alternative interest rate structures (variable, fixed, capped, discounted). The implications of the term structure of interest rates and of embedded options. The mortgage and endowment equations. The Miles Report on the UK mortgage industry.
3. Stock markets. Functions of stock exchanges. Types of stock exchange. Globalisation of stock markets. Primary and secondary markets. Market depth and breadth. Order-driven and quote-driven systems. Types of share. Issuing shares.
4. Bonds. Characteristics of gilts. Types of gilt. Issuing gilts. Bond prices and interest rates. Corporate bonds. Credit rating. International bonds. Alternative forms of coupon payment.
5. Institutional investments. Unit trusts, OEICs, investment trusts, investment bonds. Individual Savings Accounts. Life assurance, endowment policies, whole-of-life policies. With-profits, without-profits, and unit-linked funds. Actively-managed versus index-tracker funds. Effects of fund charges and taxation on returns. Pound cost averaging. The Sandler Report on the UK savings industry.
6. Pensions. Defined benefit versus defined contribution. Occupational pensions, Additional Voluntary Contributions, personal pensions, stakeholder pensions. Conventional annuities; the annuity equation. Alternative forms of annuity. The demographic time bomb.
7. Personal financial decisions. Capital risk and income risk: market risk, specific risk, interest rate risk, default risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, inflation risk, exchange rate risk, event risk, political risk. Investor circumstances: attitudes, investment horizons, existing assets, liabilities, income, taxation. Risk management and insurance. Behavioural finance: the psychology of investing and risk perception.
8. Regulation of financial services. Asymmetric information. Costs of monitoring and the free-rider problem. Delegated monitoring. Akerlof’s lemons and investor confidence. Institutional capture. Moral hazard. Self-regulation versus statutory regulation. Methods of regulation: capital requirements, conduct-of-business rules, separation of assets, disclosure requirements, auditing, investor compensation. The Financial Services Authority.
Orcan's last review in Finance from AWAD: Great class
I have been teaching accounting and finance courses for last twenty five years. The subjects which I teach are :
(a) Corporate Finance, (b) Financial Accounting, (c) Managerial Accounting, (d) Investment Management,
(e) Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, (f) International Finance, (g) Project Finance, and (h) Derivatives.
I teach in student friendly language and help my students learn calculative finance in step by step manner. This helps them in scoring good grades in their exams and assignments.
Basis my academic and teaching credentials Tata McGraw Hill Education, India has appointed me as subject matter matter expert for Accounting and Finance courses of MBA program.
Dhanesh's last completed
Finance job with Moosa:
Intensive - Portfolio Management:
-calculating returns, time-weighted vs. money-weighted averages
- geometric vs. arithmetic mean returns
- calculating standard deviations of returns, expected returns and correlations using scenarios
-estimating standard deviation of returns using historical data
-estimating the correlation coefficient between returns using historical data .
-calculating portfolio expected return and standard deviation using expected return estimates for individual securities and their estimated variance covariance matrix.
- plotting the feasible set in standard deviation – expected return space
-mean-variance optimization, drawing the Capital Allocation Line
- calculating an investor’s expected utility from an investment using a quadratic utility function
- The Capital Asset Pricing Model, its intuition, assumptions and implications .
Estimating CAPM betas using historical return data and using these estimates to generate estimates of cost of capital
-Systematic, non-systematic and total risk. Obtaining estimates for these from OLS output.
- Firm valuation, the Gordon constant dividend growth and its multi-stage variations.
I need support to solve some Questions related to the above topics.
I studied accounting and finance for four years at university, constantly placing within the top ten of my classes. During my university time and my training as an accountant I have been tutoring both accounting and finance students. For the last two years I have also tutored numerous students in preparation for professional chartered accountant exams. I am young, dynamic and have a passion for young people succeeding. Accordingly, I am fully committed to the success of my students and require the same level of commitment from them to ensure their success.
Connor's last completed Finance job with diana: Occasional - I am struggling with regression statistics and financial modelling.
Over the past 15 years, I have been helping students with their studies in Economics, Finance, Statistics, and other Business-related subjects, primarily at the university level. Moreover, I have had extensive experience in thesis writing and assignment supervision, research guidance as well as academic writing. During this time, my zeal, in-depth knowledge and overall tutoring skills have enabled me to develop a good reputation, thus having a consistent and loyal base of students on a weekly basis.
Konstantinos's last completed
Finance job with Millie:
Intensive - Hello. I'm a fourth year finance student at the university of strathclyde. I'm half way through my dissertation which is an empirical study to test the effects that the regulation (Section 135 of the 2013 Companies Act: 2% rule) had on levels of Foreign Ownership of treatment firms. My study is reduced to Indian firms only, essentially I would like to perform a DiD analysis to investigate levels of foreign ownership for both treatment and control firms pre and post 2013 (when the regulation was implemented). I have at hand an example paper by Dharmapala and Khanna (2013) and an example dissertation which i plan to replicate, the only difference between my dissertation and the example one i have being that we're studying the effects of different regulations. I can send both to you if this would give you a better understanding of what exactly I would like to do. I would like to perform basically all of the same methodology as used in the example dissertation just with my own data. I am completely new to using any sort of software like STATA, i have never studied econometrics or done coding before in my life and i'm struggling massively with how to progress.
I have a deadline for my data in under 3 weeks for my data analysis. I have been on track for a first class degree my entire time throughout university and i'm terrified now that this is going to drag my grade down. I'm hoping that there is someone who can look at the example dissertation and my data and would be able to help me put this data together and presented nicely. I have contacted several people at my university and no one has responded to help.
I have 8 years of on-ground teaching experience. Since last two years, I have teaching Economics, Statistics and Econometrics online.
Neha's last completed Finance job with Venkata: Intensive - Business finance, CAPM, capital budgeting, Capital Structure
Although I have spent most of my career working in professional services, education and teaching have always formed an important part of my role. Over the course of my career, I've developed and delivered professional training to recent graduates, senior executives, and everyone in between.
Having worked as a private tutor for the past year, I am now fully focussed on education and development, sharing my knowledge and expertise with the next generation of finance students and professionals.
The ultimate aim of any business or finance student is to acquire knowledge and skills that will equip them for the real world. My experience enables me to bridge the gap between the classroom and the workplace and, in doing so, brings the subject to life for my students.
Michael's last completed Finance job with Rey: 1-2 hrs/week - I am struggling with financial modelling (Valuation, WACC, cash budgeting, sources and uses statements) and would like help with my homework assignments and preparing for midterms and finals. I have attached my syllabus for more information on subjects that i require help with.
I am an experienced tutor, dissertation supervisor, and instructor. I have a good balance of academic and industry experience in finance and accounting. I am a good communicator, and I help the students I tutor feel at ease and confident with the subjects I teach. If you want to succeed in finance, accounting, or econometric related subjects, I am your man!
Nathan's last completed
Finance job with Jaynika:
Over 2 hrs/week - Principles of Finance
The course examines the theory of financial decision-making by firms and examines the behaviour of the capital markets in which these decisions are taken. The topics covered are the theory of capital budgeting under certainty in perfect and imperfect capital markets, portfolio theory, equity and bond markets, the capital asset pricing model, efficient markets, derivative pricing, sources of funds, basic theory of capital structure and the cost of capital, company dividend decisions and financial markets and institutions.
This course puts more emphasis on the underlying statistical theory and relies more on the use of mathematical methods.
Detailed course programmes and reading lists are distributed at the start of the course. Illustrative texts include: Principles of Corporate Finance by Richard Brealey, Stewart Myers, and Franklin Allen, McGraw-Hill Inc.
During 2018, Marco has been academic lecturer at the University of Pavia, Italy, teaching the course Quantitative Finance with R, which is a special section of the MSc in Finance course Quantitative Finance. Moreover, during the previous academic year, he was tutor and teaching assistant for the course Econometrics (3rd year BSc in Economics) at the University of Genova, Italy.
Marco has also a relevant tutor experience. He taught both in person and online to a variety of student at BSc and MSc level. He is specialised in quantitative subjects such as Econometrics and programming.
Holding a BSc and two MSc, Marco definitely gained expertise in structuring dissertations in Statistics, Econometrics and Financial Econometrics (subjects of his three dissertations). In addition, doing research on a daily basis for his PhD strengthened his taste for original works and for literature review building.
Marco's last completed Finance job with diana: Occasional - I am struggling with regression statistics and financial modelling.
I have been teaching Economics, Statistics and Econometrics since I was in college, 6 years ago. After leaving college, I became a full-time professional tutor. I have worked with students who were complete beginners, as well as those who were facing challenges in mastering advanced topics.
I completely understand the initial struggle in decoding the concepts and formulas. I am adept in breaking down these concepts so that students can understand them. I use simple examples so that students can make sense of these topics. I don't encourage memorization and simply recalling the formulas, instead, I focus on the 'why' and 'how'.
I understand that every student has a different way of understanding things. Some students understand the concepts when explained through analogies, others when shown mathematical foundation behind them. I modify my teaching methodology depending on what the student is comfortable with.
In relation to my four specialist subjects, I provide the following services: Academic Tutoring, University Admissions, Student Mentoring and Career Guidance. I have 10 years of private tutoring experience and 6 years' experience of working in London as a Business Consultant within the Financial Services sector. The organisations I have worked in as a Business Consultant include: The Royal Bank of Scotland Group, Deloitte LLP and United Nations.
Haris's last completed Finance job with minseok: 1-2 hrs/week - I really want to improve my Enlgish writing skills. Consequently, I wish I would get high grade for Finance-related academic eassy. The essay requires me to write about 2008 financial cirsis and how a bank I pick has dealt with the crisis in detail.