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- financial management
- Canadian financial environment
- financial markets and institutions
- Financial analysis and planning
- financial statement analysis
- financial forecasting and planning
- Financial concepts
- time value of money
- risk and return
- valuation of bonds and stocks
- Short-term financial policy and decisions
- working capital management and policy
- credit management and policy
- Long-term investing decisions
- capital budgeting techniques
- discounted cash flow analysis (NPV, IRR, etc.)
- risk analysis
- Long-term financing decisions
- the cost of capital
- capital structure and leverage
- dividend policy
Lectures, seminars and case studies.
|Assignments & Quizzes||20%|
|Term Exams (at least two)||45%|
- Determine the financial condition of a firm by analyzing its financial statements, then produce a financial plan to address those conditions.
- Use time value of money concepts to calculate the value of financial assets such as stocks and bonds.
- Set out a viable plan for managing the working capital of a firm, including: cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable, and inventory.
- Use capital budgeting techniques to support decisions regarding capital investments for a firm.
- Make decisions regarding long term financing for a firm, in particular, the use of equity and debt to finance the firm’s operations.
Textbooks and Materials to be Purchased by Students
Gitman, Lawrence, Lorne Switzer, and Arshard Ahmad, Principles of Managerial Finance, First Canadian Edition, Prentice Hall Canada, 2000.
A business/financial calculator that can calculate annuities, net present value, and internal rate of return; for instance, Texas Instruments BA II Plus or Hewlett Packard 10B.
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|Institution||Transfer Details for FINC 2255|
|There are no applicable transfer credits for this course.|