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- Financial Management is a course in Corporate Finance. It is one of the core areas for those majoring in Finance, Accounting and Business Administration programs. This course introduces current financial concepts and tools towards money management in organizations participating in the local and global economies.
- The course covers the current best practices in financial analysis and planning through the application of financial concepts. These include financial performance ratios, time value of money, and working capital management.
- The Scope of Corporate Finance
- Strategic and Operational Financial Planning
- Corporate Finance, Capital Budgeting and Cost of Capital
- Mergers, Acquisitions, and Corporate Control
- Stock and Bond Valuation
- Short-Term Financial Management
By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Advance their knowledge of corporate financial management.
- Leverage their understanding in the macro finance roles from strategic and operational perspectives.
- Develop a practical understanding of corporate finance, capital budgeting and cost of capital.
- Gain knowledge of how equities and fixed-income securities are priced.
- Develop dynamic strategic financial planning models.
- Demonstrate understanding of mergers, acquisitions, takeovers, and corporate control.
- Manage their working capital effectively.
- Apply conservative and aggressive approaches in working capital management.
- This course is perfect for anyone currently in or looking for a career in investment banking, equity research, private equity, corporate development, finance, and accounting. This course is an excellent primer for beginners and a great refresher for advanced practitioners
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