Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to: explain the basic concepts of corporate financial management for decision-making; apply and compare the tools for making major financial decisions (investing, financing, analyzing, and planning); and demonstrate working knowledge as a finance professional to comprehend and relate the three major financial decisions for maximizing stockholders’ value.
This course discusses the foundation of corporate finance management. It deals with how a financial executive uses all aspects of corporate financial management for maximizing stakeholders’ value. This course puts emphasis on financial decision-making such as: investing, financing, analyzing, and planning. Investing and financing decisions involve finding optimum asset allocations and how to efficiently finance the investments. Analyzing involves monitoring a firm’s financial performances. Planning decisions in this course focus on short- term financial planning (incl. working capital management) to forecast the firm’s future cash flow.
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