Corporate Financial Management (PowerPoint)

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					Corporate Financial
   Management


     Syllabus
    Introduction of Instructor
 Li Ping
 Associate Professor
 Phone: 62892700
 E-mail: liping@cau.edu.cn
 Office Room: 201
 Detail Information:
http://www.cau.edu.cn/CEM/Finance
Arrangement of the Course

 In-of Class Lecture
    Principal, theory and model
    Computation exercise
    Discussion
    Presentation
    Group case study
Arrangement of the Course
       (continue)

Out-of Class Assignment
           questions
  Self-test

  Reading at lease the summary
   correspondent chapters of the
   book.
     Text and Readings
No appointed text
Reading books are available at the
college and the university libraries
(E.V. )
   Business FM/Corporate FM/FM
Chinese version of books are available
at the libraries
      Note and Case

Lecture slides are available from
Web

The material for case study will be
supplied to you through E-mail
Purpose of the Course
Train students to apply the theory and model
of FM for case analysis
Train students’ ability to use PC for FM model
and any other FM computation
Train students to concern real financial issues
Train students to defend their viewpoints in
verbal forms
Encourage students to practice the FM
professional English through the course
Language of the Course
 The lecture slides will be supplied in
 English
 Class verbal language could be both
 English and China
 Assignment is better be finished in
 English
          Grading
Class Participation    10%
Exam                   20%
Presentation &
Discussion             30%
In-class Computation   20%
Case Study             20%
Outline of the Course
An Overview of Financial Management
Financial Statement Analysis
Valuation
Long-term Financing—strategy and
Source
Investment—strategy and risk analysis
Outline of the Course
            (continue)
Working capital management and
financing
Derivations and risk management
Bankruptcy and reorganization
Mergers and holding company

				
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