|Essentials of Corporate Financial Management||
Essentials of Corporate Financial Management
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Essentials of Corporate Financial Management supports courses designed to cover the core topics of finance in 15 to 30 hours of lectures. The step-by-step learning approach enables students to achieve a high level of financial knowledge without assuming a prior knowledge of finance. Selected core topics and key concepts are delivered with depth, allowing students to gain an understanding of the topical debates within this field, where disagreement or alternative perspectives lead to lively discussion.
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Chapter 1, The financial world
Chapter 2, Project appraisal: Net present value and internal rate of return
Chapter 3, Practical project appraisal
Chapter 4, Risk and project appraisal
Chapter 5, Portfolio theory and capital asset pricing model
Chapter 6, Equity capital
Chapter 7, Debt finance
Chapter 8, The cost of capital
Chapter 9, Value-based management
Chapter 10, Valuing shares and companies
Chapter 11, Capital structure
Chapter 12, Dividend policy
I Future value of £1 at compound interest
II Present value of £1 at compound interest
III Present value of an annuity of £1 at compound interest
IV Future value of an annuity of £1 at compound interest
V Areas under the standardised normal distribution
VI Answers to the mathematical tools exercises in Chapter 2, Appendix 2.1
VII Solutions to selected questions and problems
If you’re studying finance as a non-specialist, Essentials of Corporate Financial Management will take you through core topics step by step, whilst showing you how the theory applies in practice, enabling you to make effective financial decisions in your own business career.
· Financial Times articles are used throughout to highlight the subject’s real-world relevance, illustrating the significance of the core material and helping you to understand the financial press.
· Up-to-date case studies feature leading UK and European companies coping with financial issues.
· Mathematical concepts are introduced in a simple, and easy-to-follow style.
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Essentials of Corporate Financial Management covers the core topics of finance for undergraduate students studying finance as part of a business related degree, MBA students and others studying finance at business schools. It also provides the foundation elements needed by students going on to study more advanced finance.
Glen Arnold runs an investment fund and has previously held positions as professor of finance and professor of investing. In addition to the textbook Modern Financial Markets and Institutions he has authored bestselling investment books for financial professionals including The Financial Times Guide to Investing, The Great Investors and The Financial Times Guide to Value Investing.
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Glen Arnold is a businessman, investor and professor of investment at the University of Salford. He is the author of numerous finance and investing books including the best-sellers, Corporate Financial Management, The Great Investors and The Financial Times Guide to Investing, all published by Financial Times/Prentice Hall