Introduction to Programming for Finance

New York Institute of Finance

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08 Aug 2024 - 08 Aug 2024

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Introduction to Programming for Finance

This hands-on program develops the fundamental VBA programming skills essential for quantitative roles in finance. Develop practically useful applications as you learn how to write VBA code.

This course is a component of the Quantitative Methods for Finance Professional Certificate.

Prerequisite knowledge:

  • Intermediate MS Excel skills
  • Basic calculus
  • Basic probablility

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Module 1: Introduction to VBA Programming

  • The VBA IDE
  • Writing a simple function
  • Variables, data types and constants
  • Subroutines and functions
  • Built-in functions and statements
  • Program control statements
  • Application: A Black-Scholes-Merton option pricer

Module 2: Arrays in VBA

  • Declaring arrays
  • Dynamic arrays
  • Resizing an array
  • Arrays as inputs
  • Arrays as outputs
  • Application: A Cholesky decomposition function

Module 3: (Slightly) More Advanced VBA Topics

  • Benefits of explicit variable declaration
  • Variable scope: Public, Private and Local
  • Error handling
  • Debugging code
  • Reading files
  • The Excel object model
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