Outline of finance

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to finance:

Finance – addresses the ways in which individuals and organizations raise and allocate monetary resources over time, taking into account the risks entailed in their projects.

OverviewEdit

The word finance may incorporate any of the following:

Fundamental financial conceptsEdit

HistoryEdit

Finance terms by fieldEdit

Accounting (financial record keeping)Edit

BankingEdit

Corporate financeEdit

Investment managementEdit

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Personal financeEdit

Public financeEdit

InsuranceEdit

Economics and financeEdit

Mathematics and financeEdit

Time value of moneyEdit

Financial mathematicsEdit

Mathematical toolsEdit
Derivatives pricingEdit

Constraint financeEdit

Financial marketsEdit

Market and instrumentsEdit

Equity marketEdit

Equity valuationEdit

Investment theoryEdit

Bond marketEdit

Money marketEdit

Commodity marketEdit

Derivatives marketEdit

Forward markets and contractsEdit

Futures markets and contractsEdit

Option markets and contractsEdit

Swap markets and contractsEdit

Derivative markets by underlyingsEdit

Equity derivativesEdit
Interest rate derivativesEdit
Credit derivativesEdit
Foreign exchange derivativeEdit

Financial regulationEdit

Designations and accreditationEdit

See also: Professional certification in financial services; Professional certification #Accountancy, auditing and finance; #Education below

LitigationEdit

FraudEdit

Industry bodiesEdit

Regulatory bodiesEdit

InternationalEdit

European UnionEdit

Regulatory bodies by countryEdit

United KingdomEdit
United StatesEdit

United States legislationEdit

Actuarial topicsEdit

Asset typesEdit

Raising capitalEdit

ValuationEdit

Note that this section is corporate-finance-focused; for the valuation of derivatives and interest rate / fixed income instruments see § Derivatives pricing above.

Underlying theoryEdit

ContextEdit

ConsiderationsEdit

Discounted cash flow valuationEdit

Relative valuationEdit

Contingent claim valuationEdit

Other approachesEdit

Portfolio theoryEdit

General conceptsEdit

Modern portfolio theoryEdit

Post-modern portfolio theoryEdit

Performance measurementEdit

Mathematical techniquesEdit

Quantitative investingEdit

Financial software toolsEdit

Financial institutionsEdit

Financial institutions

EducationEdit

Related listsEdit

External linksEdit