Corporate finance concentrates on corporate finance topics. It aims to impart an understanding of how finance theory and practice can inform the decision-making of the firm. The course will integrate corporate finance, accounting theories and applications to specific problems.
- Achieving a conceptual understanding of valuation and the effects of new business
- development, project selection, and asset acquisition on firm value;
- Developing an ability to evaluate the desirability of a project, based on net present value of cash calculations;
- Gaining a facility with the use of spreadsheet technology in conducting financial analyses.
- Achieving a conceptual understanding of the effect of financing method on firm value;
- Achieving an ability to estimate the cost of various sources of financing, based on projected cash flow;
- Gaining an understanding of the determinants of the optimal capital structure of the firm;
- Gaining an ability to evaluate leasing versus buying of an asset.
- Gaining an ability to develop a long-range financial plan;
- Achieving an enhanced understanding of the structure of the Statement of Cash Flows;
- Gaining the ability to develop a cash budget.
This module is an introduction to topics in corporate financial management, including financial markets, time value of money, asset valuation, risk and return, financial analysis and forecasting, capital budgeting, sources, and costs of capital.
- Introduction to Corporate Finance
- Time Value of Money
- Discounted cash flow valuation
- Interest rates and bond valuation
- Stock Valuation Cost of Capital
- Capital Market History
- Risk & Return
- Dividend & Payout
- Policy Financial, Statements, Taxes & Cash Flow
- Working with financial statements
- Financial planning and growth
- Net present value
- Capital Investment
- Strategic Human Resources Management
The module provides insights into the nature of financial markets and their use by investors and corporations. The objective is to undertake a rigorous study of the theoretical foundations of modern financial economics.
- Net Present Value
- How to Value Bonds and Stocks
- Some alternative investment rules
- Capital market theory: an overview of
- Risky asset
Assignments, Discussions, and Projects
Knowledge of English language Bachelor or 3 years of working experience in the related field after High School
The joined PG diploma in International Business Management is accredited in the European Union. Università Degli Studi Guglielmo Marconi is accredited by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) Center of Academic Research and Studies is accredited by the Greek National Organization for the Certification of Qualifications and Vocational Guidance
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