The course develops a theoretical framework for understanding and analysis of the major financial problems of the modern company. The course covers the basic models of valuation of capital, including the pricing model of financial and real assets, capital structure, and also involves the study of methods and models for the management of assets and liabilities of the company. This provides the necessary knowledge to assess different management decisions and their impact on the performance and value of the corporation.
Instructor: Rossokhin, Vladimir V.
Academic hours: 73
1. Present value and opportunity cost.
2. Evaluation of financial assets.
3. The net present value criterion in making investment decisions and its advantages.
4. Risk, return and opportunity cost.
5. The relationship between risk and return.
6. Capital investment planning and risk assessment.
7. Planning and analysis of capital expenditure.
8. Investment process and maximizing the net present value.
9. Financing of corporations. Dividend policy and capital structure.
10. Corporate borrowing policy.
11. Financing and valuation.
12. Debt financing and debt valuation.
13. Corporation and corporate governance.
- Brealey Richard, Myers Stewart, Franklin Allen Principles of Corporate Finance – NY.: McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 10th Edition, 2010, 875 pages.