Corporate Financial Management

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter One:   Introduction to Corporate Finance

1.1    Scope of Financial Management

1.2    Forms of Business Organisation

1.3    The Objectives of  Companies

1.4    Regulatory Framework for Companies

1.5    Company Stakeholders

1.6    Management-Shareholders  Relationship

1.7    Audit

1.8    Objectives of Public Sector and Not-for-Profit  Organisations

1.9    Corporate  Governance

 

Chapter Two:   Financial Planning and  Control in Organisation

2.1    The Financial Manager

2.2    Planning

2.3    Forecasting                                                                                                                             :

2.4    Budgeting

 

Chapter Three:   Financial Market

3.1    The Stock Exchange

3.2    Other Sources of Finance

3.3    The Money, Market

3.4    The Bond Market

3.5    Short-Term and Medium-Term  Finance

3.6    Governmental Sources of Finance

3.7    Financial Derivatives

 

Chapter Four:  Long  Term  Capital

4.1    Ordinary Share Capital

4.2    Preference Share Capital

4.3    Methods of Issuing Shares

4.4    Advisers to Share Issue

4.5    Pricing of New Securities

4.6    Debentures and Loan Stocks

4.7    Warrants

4.8    Dividend Policy

 

Chapter Five:  Cost  of Capital

5.1       Reasons for Knowing the Cost of Capital

5.2       Cost of Equity                                                                                                                     =

5.3       Cost of Preference  Shares

5.4       Cost of Bond

5.5       Weighted Average Cost of Capital

5.6       Cost of Capital for Unquoted  Companies

5.7       Cost of Capital for Not-for-Profit   Organisations

 

Chapter Six:  Capital Structure

6.1    Financial Gearing and Shareholders’  Return

6.2    Factors that Determine  Capital Structure

6.3    Theory of Capital Structure

 

Chapter Seven:  Portfolio Theory

7.1       Return on a Portfolio

7.2       Risk 0 f a Portfolio

7.3       The Application of Portfolio Theory

7.4       Limitations of Portfolio  Theory

7.5       Market Efficiency

7.6       Fundamental Analysis Theory of Share Value

 

Chapter Eight:   Working Capital Management

8.1      Working Capital Cycle

8.2       Over-Capitalisation

8.3       Overtrading

8.4       Working Capital Ratios

8.5       Management of Trade Debtors

8.6       Managing Stocks

8.7       Managing Cash

 

Chapter Nine:   Capital Budgeting

9.1      Application of Capital Budgeting Techniques

9.2      Method of Evaluating Investment Projects

9.3      Inflation and Investment Appraisal

9.4      Capital Rationing

9.5      Lease Versus Buy Decision

9.6      Projects with Unequal Lives

9.7      Taking Account of Risk and Uncertainty

 

Chapter Ten:   Business Restructuring

10.1    Types of Combination

10.2    Valuation of Target

10.3    Consideration for Mergers

10.4    Management Buyout (MBO)

10.5    Predicting Company Failure

10.6    Capital Reconstruction

 

Chapter   Eleven:    International    Finance

11.1   Multinational   Companies   0’vfNC)

11.2   Forms  of  International    Investment

11.3   Reasons  for Investing   in Foreign  Markets

11.4   Modes  of  Foreign  Investment

11.5   International    Investment   Decisions

11.6   Financing  in a Multinational   Company

11.7   Risk

11.8   Means  of  Moving  Funds

 

Chapter  Twelve:   Foreign  Exchange  Market

12.1   Exchange   Rate

12.2   International    Parity  Relationships

12.3   Methods   of  Reducing   Risk

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