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Varsity Tutors offers Actuarial Exam IFM courses to assist you in your test preparation. The Actuarial Exam IFM is a step that many people take on their path to becoming actuaries. An Actuarial Exam IFM course is an opportunity for you to prepare in a one-on-one environment with a skilled tutor. Actuarial Exam IFM courses can prepare you well for the content, help you with test-taking strategies, and develop your study skills.

Going through an Actuarial Exam IFM class will include developing an understanding of the sections of the exam. Below is a table displaying descriptions of various sections and learning objectives that are found in the Actuarial Exam IFM:

 LEARNING OBJECTIVES Description Percentage of Test 1. Topic: Mean-Variance Portfolio Theory The assumptions of mean-variance theory and it's principal results. (10-15%) 2. Topic: Asset Pricing Models Multiple methods for the valuation of asset portfolios. Explain appropriate scenarios for each method. (5-10%) 3. Topic: Market Efficiency and Behavioral Finance The notion of efficient markets. Focused on market participants and why they might make irrational system errors resulting in market inefficiencies. (5-10%) 4. Topic: Investment Risk and Project Analysis Measure investment risk and analyzing the project via capital budgeting techniques (10-15%) 5. Topic: Capital Structure Capital structure considerations for new businesses (10%) 6. Topic: Introductory Derivatives - Forwards and Futures How to forward contracts and future contracts can be used in conjunction with underlying asset risk management context (5-10%) 7. Topic: General Properties of Options Call options and put options use with underlying asset in a risk management context. (10-15%) 8. Topic: Binomial Pricing Models Binomial trees. Approximating prices of European and American call and put options on different underlying assets. (10%) 9. Topic: Black-Scholes Option Pricing Model Using the Black-Scholes Formula to form prices of European call and put options for various underlying assets. (10-15%) 10. Topic: Option Greeks and Risk Management The importance of Option Greeks and risk management techniques. Specifically in forming hedged asset portfolios. This includes positions in both options and the underlying asset. (5-10%)

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