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CA Final SFM Paper

Surendra Agarwal (MANAGER FINANCE AND BUSINESS PLANNIN)   (289 Points)

04 May 2011  


 19 Replies

CA Sahil Singla.. (Service Tax ) (3745 Points)
Replied 04 May 2011

but where is the paper ?

Surendra Agarwal (MANAGER FINANCE AND BUSINESS PLANNIN)   (289 Points)
Replied 04 May 2011

sir i have given the exam n paper will be posted shortly by any member

Hitesh Jogani (CA Final...!!) (190 Points)
Replied 04 May 2011

but many were sayin tht paper was very tuf

V RAGHAVENDRA (C.A. Final Student) (62 Points)
Replied 04 May 2011

Many frds said dat the paper was from nowhere !! pls clarify whether aything was asked which was not in the module ??


please upload the paper..

ANKITA KOTHARI (Article) (27 Points)
Replied 04 May 2011

can anyone upload the paper?

I want that..





dream big live big (student) (190 Points)
Replied 04 May 2011

surendra bhai....ok if was easy...then tell me what is arbitrage theory?...what is risk free model formula...what is meant by utilities in cash budgeting?....How to solve that swap problem?...boss i accept that rest are all easy...but this only constitutes about 30 marks which were out the world....common yaar i think u should solve the answer for us before commenting.....

Vivek (CA FINAL) (75 Points)
Replied 04 May 2011

mR. dream big live big atp theory is given on page no. 7.23 of module..........

u cant say that it is out of the world yar

Dhruv (Chartered Accountant) (308 Points)
Replied 05 May 2011

Oh and Arbitrage theory is basically an extension of CAPM which says the returns are sensitive to not just excess premium on market return but inflation, GNP etc. 


The paper wasn't easy that's for sure..just unconventional!

Tejas (M.Com CA CS CFA (US) Prog. Grad..)   (354 Points)
Replied 05 May 2011


Arbitrage theory is one of the basic fundas in our syllabus to earn risk free profit... Risk free model is also given in module...Utilities is a simple word for normal daily expenses... The swap problem was little tricky but not difficult at all if your basics and fundas are strong

I passed out last time but if this was the tough part, then I think paper was really easy.


I think ans of APT shall be

calculate Return of factor 1 (Rf1) and then for factor 2 (Rf2) ans so on for all 5 factor using CAPM (i.e. calculate rm if other information is given )

and apply this 

Er = rf + (Rf1-rf)beta of factor 1 + (Rf2 -rf) beta factor of 2 ans so on till 5

this will be return from APT

CA Harshit Talati (Partner (R.J Soni & Associates) Mumbai)   (143 Points)
Replied 05 May 2011

so is it 12.5%??


I forget to say alpha will be added to get Er

6.2% may be the ans (not sure)

alpha =5.25

Er = 5.25 + 9.25 + (7.7- 9.25) +  (5.5 -  9.25) +  (7.75 - 9.25) +  (10 - 9.25) +  (7- 9.25) 

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