Corporate Finance

Credit hour 4
Total number of hours 30
Number of hours for lectures 30

Content

Students will learn how to calculate Operating, Investing and Financing Cash Flows using the Indirect Method. They will understand short-term financial needs through cash flow budgeting and the methods and costs required to finance those needs.
The weighted average cost of capital (WACC) will be developed as well as a firm’s optimal capital structure and dividend policy.
Finally, this course develops the mathematical tools needed for valuing investment projects, including the determination of the relevant cash flows and the appropriate discount rate. We then use these basic tools to select investment projects (NPV, IRR, Payback, MIRR, Discounted Payback). Lease versus buy and bond refunding decisions will also be covered.
This class is offered in the Autumn semester.

Calendar

Semestre 1