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```							      ALLAMA IQBAL OPEN UNIVERSITY, ISLAMABAD

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (191)

CHECKLIST

SEMESTER: AUTUMN, 2011

This packet comprises the following material:

1.      Text Books (one)
2.      Course Outlines
3.      Assignment No. 1 and 2
4.      Assignment Forms (2 sets)
5.      Schedule for submitting the assignments.

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Note: Prepare your assignment as per the guidelines and it may be re-evaluated by the

Course: Financial Management (191)                              Semester: Autumn, 2011
Level: BBA                                                            Total Marks: 100
Pass Marks: 40
ASSIGNMENT No. 1
(Units: 1–4)

Note: Attempt all questions.
Q. 1 Describe in detail the role of financial management in creating value of the firm.(20)

Q. 2 (a)     Explain the effects of the rise in interest rate upon present value and future
value of an investment.                                                   (08)
(b)    Ali has been offered an investment that will pay him 9 percent per year. If he
invests Rs.15,000, how long until he has Rs. 30,000. How long until he has
Rs. 45,000.                                                               (12)

Q. 3 Zohaib has Rs.20,000 in his pocket. If he puts Rs.15,000 in Stock A and the
remainder in Stock B, what will be the expected return and standard deviation of
Zohaib’s portfolio. Use the following data in support of your answer:       (20)

Probability of state of      Rate of Return if state occurs
State of Economy
Economy                   Stock A           Stock B
Recession                          0.20                     0.15              0.20
Normal                             0.50                     0.20              0.30
Boom                               0.30                     0.60              0.40

Q. 4 (a)     What do you mean by Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)? Discuss the
current issues arises in this approach.                        (08)

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(b)    Following are the expected net cash flows of Project A and B for 4 years.
Each project has a cost of Rs. 10,000 and the cost of capital for each project
is 12 percent.
Year           Cash Flow (A)              Cash Flow (B)
0              - Rs.10,000                -Rs.10,000
1                    6,500                     3,500
2                    3,000                     3,500
3                    3,000                     3,500
4                     1,000                    3,500

Required:
a)   What is the Payback period for each project?
b)   What is the NPV for each of these projects? Which project will the
company choose if it applies the NPV decision rule?
c)   What is the IRR for each of these projects? Using the IRR decision
rule, which project should the company accept? Is the decision
necessarily correct?                                          (12)

Q. 5 Describe the following terms. (Give example where necessary)
i.    Capital Structure
ii.   Arbitrage Pricing Theory (APT)
iii. Financial Signaling
iv. Stock Split                                                                    (20)

ASSIGNMENT No. 2
(Units: 5–9)
Total Marks: 100                                                            Pass Marks: 40

Q. 1 Critically evaluate the key concepts of effective inventory management control.
Give practical example of a Pakistani manufacturing organization in support of

Q. 2 What do you mean by lease financing? Discuss the various forms of lease financing
available in Pakistan.                                                       (20)

Q. 3 Irfan, Inc. is proposing a rights offering. It currently has 400,000 shares outstanding
at Rs. 75 each. There will be 70,000 new shares offered at Rs. 70 each.
a.     What is the new market value of the company?
b. How many rights are associated with one of the new shares?
c.     What is the ex-rights price?
d. What is the value of a right?
e.     Why might a company have a rights offering rather than a general cash offer? (20)

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Q. 4 (a)    Describe in detail the nature and factors of International Financial
Management.                                                     (10)
(b)    Explain in detail the factors influencing the exchange rate and its
determinants.                                                   (10)

Q. 5 Ahmed & Sons Co. has the following Balance sheet and Income statement for year
2009 (in thousands):                                                      (20)

BALANCE SHEET                                          INCOME STATEMENT
Cash                               Rs. 800      Net sales (all credit)  Rs. 25,360
Accounts receivable                   2,600     Cost of goods sold          17,860
Inventories                           4,200     Gross profit             Rs. 7,500
Selling, general, and
Current assets                     Rs. 7,600    administration expenses      4,460
Net fixed assets                       6,640    Interest expense               920
Total assets                      Rs. 14,240    Profit before taxes      Rs. 2,120
Taxes                          780
Accounts payable                  Rs.   640     Profit after taxes       Rs. 1340
Accruals                                520
Short-term loans                      2,200
Current liabilities               Rs. 3,360

Long-term debt                         4,000
Net worth                              6,880
Total liabilities and net worth   Rs. 14,240

Notes: i)      Current period’s depreciation is Rs.960;
ii)      Ending inventory for year 2008 was Rs.3,600.

On the basis of above information, compute:
a)    Current Ratio,
b)    Acid-test Ratio,
c)    Average collection period,
d)    Inventory turnover Ratio,
e)    Debt-to-net-worth Ratio,
f)    Long-term debt to total capitalization Ratio,
g)    Gross profit margin,
h)    Net profit margin, and
i)    Return on equity

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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Course Outline (BBA-191)

UNIT 1:   BASIC FOUNDATION OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
– Creation of Value
– Investment Decision
– Financing Decision
– Dividend Decision Financial Management
– Valuation in financial Management
– The Time Value of Money
– Present Values
– Effective annual Interest Rate (EAR)
– Bond Returns

UNIT 2:   MARKET RISK, RETURNS AND VALUATION
– Efficient Financial Markets
– Security Portfolios
– Multiple Security Portfolio Analysis and Selection
– Capital Asset Pricing Model
– Expected Return for Individual Security
– Certain Issues with the CAPM
– Multi Variable and Factor Valuation
– Extended CAPM
– Factor Models in General
– Arbitrage Pricing Theory
– Option Valuation

UNIT 3:   INVESTMENT IN ASSETS AND REQUIRED RETURNS
– Principles of Capital Investment
– Methods for Evaluation
– NPV versus IRR
– Depreciation and Other Refinements in Cash-Flow Information
– Capital Rationing
– Inflation and Capital Budgeting Information to Analyze an Acquisition
– Quantifying Risk and its Appraisal
– Total Risk for Multiple Investments
– Real Options in Capital Investments

UNIT 4:   FINANCING AND DIVIDEND POLICIES
– Theory of Capital Structure
– Introduction to the Theory
– Modigliani-Miller Position

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–   Taxes and Capital Structure
–   Effect of Bankruptcy Costs
–   Other Imperfections
–   Financial signaling
–   Making, Capital Structure Decisions
–   EBIT-EPS Analysis
–   Cash-Flow Ability to Service Debt
–   Other Methods of Analysis
–   Timing and Flexibility
–   Dividend Policy: Theory and Practice
–   Procedural Aspects of Paying Dividends
–   Dividend Payout Irrelevance
–   Arguments for Dividend Payout Mattering
–   Empirical Testing and Implications for Payout
–   Share Repurchase
–   Stock Dividends and Stock Splits
–   Managerial Considerations as to Dividend Policy

UNIT 5:   LIQUIDITY AND WORKING CAPITAL MANAGMEMENT
– Liquid Assets and Liability Structuring
– Liquidity and Its Role
– Receivables and Inventories Liability Structure
– Management of Cash and Marketable Securities
– The Function of Cash Management
– Managing Collections and Control of Disbursements
– Electronic Funds Transfers
– Investment in Marketable Securities
– Credit and-collection Policies
– Evaluating the Credit Applicant
– Inventory Management and Control
– Uncertainty and Safety Stock
– Inventory and the Financial Manager

UNIT 6:   FOUNDATIONS FOR LONGER-TERM FINANCING
– The Purchase of Financial Markets
– Nomination and Real Rates of Return
– Yield Curves and Their Use
– Pricing Default Risk off Treasuries
– Features of a Lease
– Accounting and Tax Treatment of Leases
– To Lease or to Buy/Borrow Decisions

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UNIT 7:   INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
– Public Offering of Securities
– Selling, Common Stock through a Rights Issue
– Initial Financing
– Information Effects
– Private Placements
– Preferred Stock
– Option Financing: Warrants, Convertibles, and Exchangeable
– The Use of Warrants
– Convertible Securities
– Value of convertible Securities
– Exchangeable Debt
– Managing Financial Risk
– Futures Markets
– Forward and Option Contracts
– Interest–Rate Swaps
– Currency and Commodity Contracts

UNIT 8:   INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
– Background concept of International Financial Management
– Types of Exposure Translation Exposure Transactions Exposure
– Economic Exposure
– Currency Market Hedges
– Macro Factors Governing Exchange Rate Behavior

UNIT 9:   TOOLS OF FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND CONTROL
– Financial Ratio Analysis
– Liquidity Ratios
– Debt Ratios
– Coverage Ratios Profitability Ratios
– Market-Value Ratios
– Predictive Power of financial Ratios Financial Planning
– Methods of Analysis
– Source and Use of Funds
– Cash Budgeting
– Pro forms Statements
– Sustainable Growth Modeling

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