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Introduction to Corporate Finance: Asia-Pacific Edition


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Publisher: Cengage Learning,22.08.16

Category: FINANCE Level:

ISBN: 017036433X
ISBN13: 9780170364331

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Introduction to Corporate Finance offers a dynamic, modern and practical approach that illustrates how financial management really works. It features up-to-date content including the impact of the Global Financial Crisis and capital budgeting.

Introduction to Corporate Finance is distinguished by the cash-flow 'arc' of the narrative, which gives a practical learning path, and the use of real options, which is a practical analysis tool that is used in corporate finance. Students are thus provided with the most engaging and contemporary learning path of any Australian text, giving them realistic preparation for a career in finance. The strong five part framework of the book is supported by integrated online elements and easy-to-read text.

Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction
1. The scope of corporate finance
2. Financial state and cash flow analysis
3. The time value of money

Part II: Valuation, risk, and return
4. Valuing bonds
5. Valuing shares
6. The trade-off between risk and return
7. Risk, return and the capital asset pricing model
8. Options

Part III: Capital budgeting
9. Capital budgeting process and decision criteria
10. Cash flow and capital budgeting
11. Risk and capital budgeting

Part IV: Capital structure and dividend policy
12. Raising long-term financing
13. Capital structure
14. Long-term debt and leasing
15. Payout policy

Part V: Special topics
16. Financial planning
17. International investment decisions

Online chapters
18. Cash conversion, inventory and receivables management
19. Cash, payables and liquidity management
20. Entrepreneurial finance and venture capital
21. Mergers, acquisitions and corporate control
22. Insolvency and financial distress
23. Introduction to financial risk management