FIN 320 Final Review Sessions

Dear Finance students,

FIN 320 final review sessions are announced. Feel free to attend any of these sessions as you are preparing for your final exam.

Final Review Session

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New Course Offering: Finance 400 – Property Management

Pre-requisite: Fin 351

The primary goal of this course is to introduce students to applicable real estate law, property operations, contractual obligations and financial projections necessary to meet investor expectations while staying within local, state and federal compliance requirements. The main topics covered in the course include: governing contracts, operational systems and applied technologies, financial reporting and budgeting, physical maintenance routines, controlling risk and revenue, initiating and directing capital improvements and repositioning opportunities. Students will become acquainted with communication principles, techniques and tools applied to leasing and renewals, priority management and team performance.

This course is being developed in conjunction with the Institute of Real Estate Management – Orange County which has generously offered to provide a free text book to the first 35 students enrolling in the course.
Please contact Dr. LaCour-Little at mlacour-little@fullerton.edu for any additional questions.

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Chong Huang of University of California, Irvine presents a paper on Financial Efficiency

Professor Chong Huang

Professor Chong Huang

Chong Huang will present the paper “The Real Costs of Financial Efficiency When Some Information Is Soft”.

Friday, November 14, 10:30am-12:00pm in the 1st Floor Classroom (SGMH-1308)

Professor Chong Huang, joined The Paul Merage School of Business in July 2012 as an Assistant Professor of Finance. His research interests include learning in financial markets, corporate finance, and financial crises. Before joining The Paul Merage School, Professor Huang received his Ph.D. degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Peking University and a Master’s degree in Economics from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

For more information contact Arsenio Staer.

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