This is the second part of fully virtual course covering cross-cutting knowledge of finance, along with the ability to build spreadsheet models necessary for efficient financial managers. Enables real-world content and allows active, hands-on learning pedagogy. Connects principles and the latest advancements with the practical perspective of the financial manager. Includes step by step guidance to create advanced MS Excel models.
IBCRI: Skills in Critical and Analytical Understanding: Critically review, analyze and understand information available from academic and professional business sources.
IBBUS: Applied Business Skills: Apply disciplinary and interdisciplinary knowledge to analyze business challenges and global trends to propose or put into action practical business solutions based on the findings.
Cost of Capital, Capital Market Efficiency, Payout Policy, Capital Budgeting and Valuation with Leverage, Financial Options, Option Valuation and Black-Scholes Model, Real Options, Raising Equity Capital, Leasing
Corporate Finance Models 1 course
0-5. Assignments or/and projects. Deadlines to be announced at the beginning of the course.
100% virtual course. Distant learning. Introductory meeting, video lectures and tutorials, homework exercises and assignments. Self-paced course.
Video lectures and tutorials PowerPoint slides MS Excel applications Literature: 1. Corporate Finance, Global Edition, 3/Ed; Jonathan Berk, Peter DeMarzo. 2. Excel Modeling in Corporate Finance, Global Edition, 5/E; Craig W. Holden. 3. Corporate Finance and Investment: Decisions and Strategies, 8/E; Richard Pike, Bill Neale, Philip Linsley