Canadian Corporate finance
Students develop the knowledge and skills required to effectively manage a firm’s operating and fixed assets, and to fund those assets with an optimal mix of short-term and long-term debt and equity financing. Topics include time value of money; goals of the firm, corporate governance and executive compensation; financial statement analysis; quality of earnings; maturity matching; short-term financial planning; capital budgeting; risk and return and stock valuation; bond valuation and interest rates; cost of capital; capital structure; and dividend policy.
· Module 1: Introduction to Corporate Finance
· Module 2: Financial Statement Analysis
· Module 3: Time Value of Money
· Module 4: Bond Valuation and Interest Rates
· Module 5: Risk and Return
· Module 6: Cost of Capital
· Module 7: Stock Valuation
· Module 8: Capital Budgeting
· Module 9: Capital Structure
· Module 10: Dividend Policy
· Module 11: Short-Term Financial Planning
We would be discussing examples of Canadian companies . This course is excel heavy and features financial modelling. You need an laptop / OC with excel to better understand this course . This course also has a special focus on capital budgeting . Under the topic of capital budgeting we would be discussing net present value , Internal rate of return and payback period . We would be emphasizing on cost benefit analysis throughout this course .