Financial & Risk Management

Financial & Risk Management



In this course, students are given an understanding of the characteristics of scientific research, both applied research and pure research in the field of financial management; which will produce accurate and up-to-date information that aims to make managerial decisions as well as for the development of knowledge. Scientific research here is more emphasized on quantitative research which is useful as the basis for preparing students’ final assignments in the form of a thesis. This course also provides students with the skills to be able to compile research proposals and research reports that are ready to be published.


and this course aims to provide theoretical, policy and practical knowledge about aspects of macro and micro finance from international finance and Forex Rate Behavior as well as providing the ability to analyze and solve international financial problems including, Aspects and Exchange Long – Term Asset & Liabilities Management. This course covers macro and micro finance aspects of the activities of the Macroeconomic Unit (State/Government) and the Micro-Economic Unit (Company/Organization/Individual), particularly with regard to the effect of foreign exchange rate fluctuations on economic activity. international financial trade which includes International Commercial Transactions (Export & Import of goods & services) and/or International Financial Transactions (Investment, Financing, Budgeting, Earning & Hedging) and Financial Performance (Liquidity, Solvency, Profitability, Activity & Growth Ratio). For this reason, this lecture will discuss corporate financial decisions such as short and long term funding, cash flow management, costs and capital structure, capital budgeting, working capital management and international trade for international and multinational companies.


This course begins by discussing the company’s efforts to integrate risk management processes, company risk management programs. and the function of the chief risk officer within the company. Students also analyze credit, market, and operational risks, as well as a discussion of how risk management has a control function, which is very concerned with minimizing risk, then implements a risk management program which then develops its function to optimize company performance. Given that one of the most important success factors for ERM is the integration of risk management into business processes, students will discuss applications and examples of risk-based decision making. Finally, students will review how to design and implement effective dashboard reporting for company management.


This course explores the basic conditions for the need for financial engineering, situations of business uncertainty, investment and financial situations in various forms that pose risks that require anticipation, techniques and optimal coping strategies. This course is also very comprehensive because the discussion covers various aspects of management science, especially financial management, mathematics and statistics. Throughout the semester, students will carry out active learning by using a collaborative learning approach and small group discussions about various concepts, theories, as well as examples of applications in the development, simulation and implementation of financial engineering. Students will also be introduced to various types of financial products and their derivatives, which are implemented in business practices as well as various risk management tools, so that they will have a learning experience in making financial decisions of a manager in certain situations faced.


This course will explore the principles and analytical framework of long-term corporate financial management that can be used by leaders in making decisions related to corporate finance. The course also gives students the opportunity to understand the theory of corporate financial management and how to apply it to real life which has an impact on generating lasting value impact. The sustainable value creation is linked to the strategy and business model; capital allocation; strategic funding decisions; organizational architecture; cost management; enterprise risk management; mergers, acquisitions and restructuring; and corporate governance.