WEEK 1 Chapter Topic Chapter 1- UNIT 1 Introduction to Corporate Finance Chapter 2- UNIT 2 Financial Statements, Cash Flow, and Taxes Chapter 4- UNIT 3 Long-Term Financial Planning and Corporate Growth Chapter 5- UNIT 4 Introduction to Valuation: The Time Value of Money Chapter 6- UNIT 5 Discounted Cash Flow Valuation UNIT 6-MID-TERM Chapter 7- UNIT 7 Interest Rates and Bond Valuation Chapter 8- UNIT 8 Stock Valuation Chapter 9- UNIT 9 Net Present Value and Other Investment Criteria Chapter 10- UNIT 9 Making Capital Investment Decisions Chapter 13- UNIT 10 Return, Risk, and the Security Market Line FINAL EXAM - UNIT 11 Comprehensive - All Units
Textbook Ross, S. A., Westerfield, R., Jordan, B. D., & Roberts, G. S. (2019). Fundamentals of corporate finance (10th Canadian ed.). McGraw-Hill Ryerson. ISBN: 1259654753 · 9781259654756 Graded Components Students are expected to complete submissions and participate according to the following schedule: Graded Item % of Final Grade Due Date Learning Activities (9x3%) /27 Units 1-5 and 7- 10 Mini-Case Analyses (2x7.5%) /15 Units 3 and 8 Midterm /25 Unit 6 Final Exam /33 Unit 11 Total /100 - REVIEW COURSE SYLLABUS - COURSE PAGE
- IMPORTANTCE ANNOUNCEMENTS - SHELL LA - 1 EXERCISE 1 1. Suppose you own 100 shares of IBM stock which you intend to sell today. Since you will sell it in the secondary market, IBM will receive no direct cash flows as a consequence of your sale. Why, then, should IBM's management care about the price you get for your shares? IBM management will care about the price of there shares because it will reflect the company's overall financial health. This price of shares will influence the shareholder confidence, impact cost of capital employee morale and the shape of company's reputation and public perception. Exercise 2 a. Identify the two capital structure issues that financial managers must address and explain the effects and significance of these issues. The management of the debt-to-equity ratio and lowering the cost of capital are the two crucial capital structure concerns for financial managers. While lowering the cost of capital improves profitability and makes it easier to create value for shareholders, balancing debt and equity has an influence on financial risk, tax benefits, and control.
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