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Teacher(s): Štrangfeldová Jana, doc., Ing., PhD.
 
 
Aim: After completion of the course, the student will be able to: 1. apply acquired knowledge at decision-making in the area of financial products of saving and insurance from the individual point of view, 2. use acquired knowledge for maximizing individual utility function and optimization of savings allocation into saving and insurance products, 3. apply acquired knowledge of actuarial mathematics, financial engineering, pension finance and economics and specific skills at solving research tasks in the area of comparative analysis of saving and insurance products with reference to specific needs of an individual, 4. assess added value, utility, costs and risks of saving and insurance products within life-long income and expenditure function of an individual, 5. evaluate and compare financial products of saving, investing and insurance from the individual’s point of view, 6. write and successfully defend analytical work on financial products of saving and insurance from the consumer’s needs point of view.  

More information about this course you can find in lms system Moodle 2