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Game Manual

  1. 1. CONSECUTIVE 5<br />Objectives<br />The objective of the board game is to enhance the learning of Corporate Finance and Advisory services through a fun and interesting way. <br />This board game allows players to get a better understanding of the following topics:<br /><ul><li>Venture Capital Financing and Private Equity Funding
  2. 2. Corporate Securities
  3. 3. Debt Instruments
  4. 4. Initial Public Offering
  5. 5. Guideline and Criteria for Listing
  6. 6. Rights Issue
  7. 7. Share Placement
  8. 8. Debt Securities and Hybrid Instrument</li></ul>From this game, players will be able to gain knowledge and get a better understanding on Corporate Finance and Advisory topics. In addition, it is a brain stimulating game, requiring players to pit their game strategies in order to win the game. <br />Game Creators: Amalinda Bte Komari<br /> Chiong Qian Hua<br /> Chua Yimin<br /> Elaine Chan Ying Ling<br /> Leong Li Ming<br /> Lim Jingyi<br /> Wendy Guo Kaimin<br /> Zhu Jiong Xin<br />CONSECUTIVE 5<br />GAME INSTRUCTIONS<br />Players must get a connected series of five of the same colored chip either up, down or diagonally on the playing surface by answering the question cards correctly.<br />ELIGIBILITY OF THE GAME<br />Players with some basic knowledge of Corporate Finance and Advisory Services will be preferred. However, this game is also opened to players who have no idea of Corporate Finance and Advisory Services. This game is suited for 3 or 4 players or you can form 3 or 4 teams to play this game. Not more than 4 players or 4 teams are allowed to play.<br />PREPARATION:<br />Place and connect the two pieces of game boards on a flat and rough surface with enough room around the game board for placement of the draw deck of cards, marker chips and discards for each player.<br />Team players must divide evenly into three/four teams or there are three/four players. Players are to choose a dealer. The dealer should shuffle the cards and deal out five question cards to each player. Please ensure that all 3 or 4 players choose a colour chip to represent them.<br />HOW TO PLAY THE GAME<br />Set-up<br />Beginning with the player to the left of the dealer and moving in a clockwise direction, each player selects a card of their choice from their hand and answers the question on the card. The question cards are colour-coded and players are to refer to the answer card of that particular colour. (eg. Question card has question 1 with a red sticker on it, players are to refer to the red answer card of question 1) Players who answer the question correctly will place the question and answer card face up on a discard pile (players should start their own discard pile in front of them visible to all other players) and then places one of their marker chips on the matching picture on the game board.<br />Players who answer the question wrongly will place the question and answer card on the discard pile and will be unable to place their marker chips on the game board. The game will resume with the next player on his/her left.<br />Play continues in a clockwise direction until one player or team scores ONE CONSECUTIVE 5, at which point that player or team wins the game.<br />The 7 Steps to Start the Game<br />Place and connect the two pieces of game boards <br />21386803810 <br />Ensure that there are enough room around the game board for placement of the draw deck of cards, marker chips and discards for each player<br />Team players must divide evenly into three/four teams <br />Choose a dealer<br />Dealer shuffle the cards and deal out five question cards to each player<br />30861036195<br />414020308610All players choose a colour chip to represent them<br />Start the GAME! <br />Acceptable consecutive 5 formation<br />A consecutive 5 can be formed, diagonally, horizontally or vertically on the board.<br />Horizontal Diagonal<br />VerticalDiagonal<br />Loss of Card<br />Once you have taken your turn and placed your marker chip on the game board, you must take a card from the draw deck. If you fail to take a card before the next player makes a move AND takes his/her card, you lose the right to take a card and you must finish the game with fewer cards than the other players - a disadvantage.<br />Table Talk<br />There must be no table talk or coaching team members or helping other team members to answer the questions. If a teammate says anything that alerts a fellow teammate to the fact that they are about to do something that they should not, every member of that team must forfeit one card of their choice from their hand placing it on their discard pile.<br />Rules<br />- Players are expected to have integrity and any form of cheating is not allowed<br />- Players are not allowed to peek at the answers<br />- Players are not supposed to exchange their question cards with one another<br />- Players are not supposed to provide help or provide hints to other players<br />- At all times, each player are only allowed to have 5 cards on hand<br />- At all times, there should only be 3 or 4 different team/players playing the game<br />- Players may refer to the game guide if they are unaware of the terms on the questions<br />Game Guide <br />Concert-Party refers to individuals that are presumed to be working in concert with one another. <br />Coupon rate refers to the amount of interest paid per year expressed as a percentage of the face value of the bond.<br />Going Public refers to listing company’s shares on the stock exchange<br />Loan Stock is an alternative term for debt security<br />Mandatory Offer is made by offeror who has purchased shares in Target Company by private agreement or from open market<br />Offeror refers to bidder or buyer<br />Offeree refers to seller<br />Ordinary Shares are any shares that are not preferred shares and do not have any predetermined dividend amounts, also known as “common stock”<br />Par refers to face value of a bond<br />Preference Shares are of a 'higher ranking' than ordinary shares and generally has a dividend that must be paid out<br />Required Rate of Return is the rate of return needed to induce investors or companies to invest in something.<br />Rights issue is an issue of securities offered first to existing shareholders, and is usually made at an attractive discount from the prevailing market price of existing shares<br />Redeemable Preference Shares are redeemed by the issuer at the end of the life of the issue<br />Share Placement refers to the act of marketing new securities to the private<br />Takeover Code governs the conduct of offeror and offeree board of directors<br />Theoretical Ex-Rights Price is the market price that a stock will theoretically have following a new rights issue. It is calculated based on the company's market capitalization and the number of shares outstanding<br />Venture Capital Funds are funds provided by government agencies, institutional subscribers, wealthy individuals or family holdings.<br />Voluntary Offer need not be launched by an existing shareholder of Target Company<br />AGM = Annual General Meeting<br />CULS = Convertible Unsecured Loan Stock<br />IPO = Initial Public Offering<br />LSW = Loan Stock with Warrant<br />SGX = Singapore Exchange<br />SESDAQ = Stock Exchange of Singapore Dealing and Automated Quotation System<br />VC = Venture Capital<br />VCs = Venture Capitalists<br />YTM = Yield to Maturity<br />*TTB = Company’s Name<br />List of Items <br />ItemQuantityBoard2 PiecesQuestion cards13 Red coded cards 13 Blue coded cards13 Orange coded cards13 Yellow coded cards13 White coded cards15 Green coded cards80 CardsAnswer cards13 Red cards 13 Blue cards13 Orange cards13 Yellow cards13 White cards15 Green cards80 CardsMarker Chips30 Blue 30 Yellow30 Green30 White120 Marker Chips in a PouchGame manual1Game Guide1 (2 Pages)Game Box1<br />

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