Skills Covered: Valuation of Basic Securities, Corporate Finance, Capital Budgeting, Cash Flows, Financial Markets, Capital Budgeting Tools
ABOUT THIS COURSE
Business companies are actively making strategic decisions about financial planning, acquisitions, capital expenditures, and so on. Making the right strategic choices is crucial to increasing an organization’s market value.
- How do we value assets?
- What is a good investment?
- Does a project create value?
These concerns will be discussed by corporate finance in order to support administrators in making value-enhancing choices.
This business and management course will teach you about the role of corporate finance in an enterprise as well as the methods used to test investment proposals.
The course will discuss widely used methods and strategies that assist managers in making choices that add value to their organizations, such as the time value of capital, opportunity cost, net present value, and internal rate of return.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Corporate finance’s role in a company
- The role of capital markets in funding companies and the need for funds by individuals
- In assessing expenditures, capital budgeting methods such as payback time, internal rate of return, and net present value are used.
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