Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to Explain basic concept of corporate financial management for decision makings; Apply and compare tools for making major financial decisions (investing, financing, analyzing and planning); Demonstrate working knowledge as finance professional to comprehend and to relate the three major financial decisions for maximizing stockholder’s value.
This course discusses the foundation of corporate finance management. It deals with how a financial executive uses all aspect of corporate financial management for maximizing stakeholder value. This course put emphasis on financial decision makings such as: investing, financing, analyzing and planning. Investing and financing decisions involve finding optimum asset allocations and how to efficiently finance the investment. Analyzing involves monitoring firm’s financial performances. Planning decisions; in this course; focuses on short term financial planning (incl. working capital management) to forecast the firm’s future cash flows.
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