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Home > Subjects > FIN322 Industrial Equity Analysis
This subject has been discontinued; it will not be available for enrolment after Study Period 5, 2023.
This subject focuses on the role of an equity analyst and the tools and methods they use to prepare a broker’s report to value a given company.
This subject focuses on the role of an equity analyst and the tools and methods they use to prepare a broker’s report to value a given company. This includes discussion of financial models used in equity analysis, and then a detailed examination of equity analysis in different market sectors, including retail, health care, media, infrastructure, and banking. Individuals analyse these different industry sectors and the strategies of companies within them, and build a financial model to judge a company’s operational and financial performance.
This subject contributes to the investment analysis major.
For more information, please refer to the subject outline.
On successful completion of this subject, individuals should be able to:
There are no prerequisites for this subject. However, please review the Assumed Knowledge tab to understand the prior knowledge Kaplan Professional advises you should hold before enrolling in this subject.
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The duration of this subject is one study period 12 weeks.
Whilst there are no prerequisites for this subject, Kaplan Professional assumes that individuals have completed FIN203 Fundamentals of Equity Markets and FIN205 Business Valuation, or understand the content covered in those subjects, prior to undertaking FIN322 Industrial Equity Analysis.
Individuals are not required to complete this subject if they have transitioned from a SIA/Finsia/Kaplan Professional course and have completed the following subjects within the course completion timeframe: