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Home > Subjects > 405N – The New Zealand Stock Market
Do you want to know more about the functions and operations of the securities market in NZ? Learn more about the processes used to evaluate securities.
8 Jan 2024
This subject focuses on the structure, functions and operations of the securities market in New Zealand (the New Zealand Exchange, or NZX). It includes discussion on the roles of the NZX and its participants, as well as their interrelationship with global financial markets and the subsequent impact on NZX investors. The subject also discusses elementary portfolio construction, processes used in evaluating securities, and the variables that impact on their pricing. Individuals will apply their knowledge via New Zealand-based case studies and scenarios so that they may gain a ‘real-world’ perspective.
On successful completion of this subject, individuals should be able to:
There is no prescribed text for this subject.
Individuals are provided with key readings and access to Kaplan Professional’s online databases. Individuals are encouraged to research and read widely on the topic.
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There are no prerequisites for this subject. However, individuals should review the ‘Assumed Knowledge’ tab to understand the prior knowledge Kaplan Professional advises they should hold before enrolling in this subject.
Individuals may not be required to complete this subject if they have transitioned from a SIA/Finsia/Kaplan Professional course and have completed the following subjects:
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