Modern Corporate Finance and PH FinCoach Center
For first-year courses in Corporate Finance at the MBA & Executive MBA level or at any undergraduate program that focuses on value creation.Emphasis on corporate finance activities and how decisions and strategies relate to other functions of the firm, including sales, advertising, marketing, production, etc. Throughout the text, the story of financial analysis and reasoning are applied to problems faced by executives in marketing, operations, and personnel from both a domestic and international perspective. The text's focal theme is on value creation and the role of corporate finance in facilitating this process.
- Mixed media product | 32 pages
- 187.5 x 242.3 x 27.9mm | 1,093.17g
- 01 Oct 1999
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
1. Introduction. 2. Evaluating a Firm's Financial Condition. 3. Financial Planning and Funds Forecasting. 4. Foundations of Valuation: Time Value of Money. 5. Bond and Stock Valuation. 6. Risk and Value. 7. Options in Corporate Finance. 8. Evaluation of Investment Projects. 9. The Art and Science of Evaluating Project Cash Flows. 10. Establishing Required Rates of Return. 11. Creating Value for Shareholders. 12. Global Financial Markets and Long-Term Financing. 13. How Companies Raise Long-Term Capital. 14. Establishing a Target Capital Structure. 15. Dividend Policy. Additional Topics have been prepared for this text and may be copied from the text's homepage found at: www.prenhall.com/financecenter Topic A - Managing Cash and Marketable Securities. Topic B - Managing Accounts Receivable. Topic C - Managing Inventories. Topic D - Convertible Securities and Warrants. Topic E - Lease Financing. Topic F - International Financial Management. Topic G - Bankruptcy and Reorganization. Topic H - Hedging Corporate Risk Exposure.