Corporate Finance

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  • Corporate Finance

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    Why is corporate finance important to all managers? Corporate finance is a specific area of finance dealing with the financial decisions corporations make and the tools as well as analyses used to make these decisions. The primary goal of corporate finance is to enhance corporate value, without taking excessive financial risks. A corporation's management's primary responsibility is to maximize the shareholder's wealth which translates to stock price maximization. Corporate finance provides

  • Corporate Finance

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    CHAPTER 5 CONCLUSION AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS 5.1 Conclusion According to the conventional corporate finance literature, in a perfect capital market, the financing decisions of firms should be irrelevant. The main implication of such theory is that given that there are no perfect capital markets, the financing decisions of firms do matter and should have significant consequences on the performance of these firms. There were two major objectives of this study. Firstly, the study attempted

  • Importance Of Corporate Finance

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    Corporate finance is essentially concerned with the process of maximizing shareholder value by implementing various strategies through long term and short term financial planning. It mainly consists of capital investment decisions to investment banking decisions. The principles of finance involves issues such as determining how to value a stock, cost of capital, and time value of money. These are just the few important issues that investment bankers deal with every day. In order to get in the field

  • The Corporate Finance Field

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    It is commonly known in society that earning money takes effort and hard work. The profession of Corporate Finance follows this theory. It takes enormous amounts of time and determination to be successful in this field. ¬The idea of becoming a businessman may seem as if you will just become another fat, obnoxious person, but that is all just a stereotype. There are many successful businessmen who are neither fat nor obnoxious such as Warren Buffet and Charles Schwab. Being a businessman can be enjoyable

  • Role Of Corporate Finance

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    Corporate Finance and Financial Manager Role Over time, every business finds that while it has attempted to make the best decisions for its success, sometimes the right choices were made and sometimes the wrong decisions were made. Having said that business decisions are important and could succeed in the business world if they answer for themselves questions like: how can we define if we are doing well in our business? Or what are the best options and decisions? Are we generating profit

  • Corporate Finance Case Study

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    Corporate Finance (ICM251): Assessed Essay (a) What are the agency costs of debt and outside equity as described in Jensen and Meckling (1976) and are they important in corporate finance? According to Jensen and Meckling (1976), the specification of individual rights defines how costs and rewards will be allocated in any organisation. The contracts between the owners (the principals) and managers (the agent) of the firm will also define who is responsible for each specific costs and rewards

  • Strategic Corporate Finance Analysis

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    specific prices. (Strong, 2009) In that respect, general inflation has a number of effects including: - It results to higher costs and higher prices hence the difficulty of determining the effect of high prices on demand. - Inflation affects projects finance needs as well as the cost of capital and the company’s gearing. (Kent, 2010) Thus, since the project’s fixed assets increases in money value, they must be financed through capital increase. In addition, if future inflation can be predicted with accuracy

  • Intro to Corporate Finance Chap. 1

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    •Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE FINANCE GOAL Today, corporate finance managers must make decision in a much more coordinated manner and generally has direct responsibilities for a control process. Because there are financial implications in virtually all segments of business, she/he must have sufficient knowledge of finance to work these implications into the area. At the end of this chapter, you should be able to: •

  • Corporate Finance at Universal Manufacturing

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    Question: Universal Manufacturing Technology Limited’s CEO has decided to purchase a few machineries to improve the company’s operations. However, he is uncertain how to evaluate the machineries. He has asked your advice on the various techniques to evaluate the investment. Discuss the several methods of investment appraisal techniques considering the methods using time value of money and not using time value of money. Beside the above, the CEO is also keen to know about the following terms:

  • The Three Main Areas of Corporate Finance

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    1.0 Introduction Finance is a mixture of both economics and accounting. Finance is generally concerned with three main areas which are corporate finance, capital markets and investments. Corporate finance or financial management is related to decisions made by a company which involves what and how much assets should a company attain and secured to maintain the optimum level of performance and maximize the asset's value. Capital Markets refers to the market where the It is very important for