Corporate Finance And Investment
A comprehensive text which balances the conceptual and technical aspects of Corporate Finance, without allowing theory to dominate practice. Extensive examples illustrate how the concepts of financing and investment decisions can be applied to practical management and business policy issues, making it particularly suited to undergraduates studying for Business Studies degrees or MBA students. Instructor's Manual (0-13-081281-1).
- Paperback | 796 pages
- 192 x 247 x 32mm | 1,544g
- 21 Dec 1998
- Pearson Education (US)
- FINANCIAL TIMES PRENTICE HALL
- Upper Saddle River, United States
- 3rd edition
Table of contents
1. An Overview.2. The Financial Environment.3. Present Values and Wealth.4. Valuation of Risky Assets.5. Investment Appraisal Methods.6. Project Appraisal: Applications.7. Investment Practices and Processes.8. Strategic Investment.9. Analysing Investment Risk.10. Portfolio Analysis.11. Setting the Risk Premium.12. The Required Rate of Return.13. Identifying and Valuing Options.14. Treasury Management.15. Short-term Asset Management.16. Short - and - Medium Term Finance.17. The Dividend Decision.18. Capital Structure and the Required Rate of Return.19. Does Capital Structure Matter? 20. Acquisitions and Re-structuring.