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Financial Management


Aims of the course

The course is an extensive intermediate level first corporate finance course. It is designed to first give in-depth knowledge of financial fundamentals. Knowledge is then extended to main strategic financial and investment decisions (capital budgeting, capital structure, dividend policy and working capital policy) and respective operating decisions. The third part of the course builds on analytical models and the logic learned in the first two parts. It is devoted to developing all the necessary skills for problem solving in respective areas of corporate finance through the use of comprehensive guided cases.

Course syllabus

Time value of money
Bond and stock valuation
Risk and return
Long-term financial planning
Cost of capital
Corporate value and value-based financial management
Capital budgeting
Option pricing with application to real options
Capital structure
Dividend policy
Investment banking and financial restructuring
Hybrid financing
Working capital management

Course director(s)

  • Office Hours
  • Monday at 14:00 in P-340
  • Office Hours
  • Tuesday at 13:00 in RZ-204
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