Business finance is all about the fundamental ideas and concepts utilized in an organization’s financial decisions. The main goals of this course are to create competent financial managers who are at ease learning new skills as and when they are needed. The course will introduce the key topics of capital markets, financial ratio analysis, financial management of working capital, time value of money, valuation of bonds and stocks, capital budgeting, capital structure, cost of capital, and short- and long-term financing using debt and equity capital, as well as show how to use each of these concepts.
Course Learning Outcomes
Students who successfully complete this course will be eligible to:
- Recognize the purpose of financial statements and their content.
- Evaluate various investment proposals while keeping in mind the concepts of risk, rewards, and time value of money.
- Analyse various securities, including bonds, preferred stocks, and common stocks. Utilize a variety of capital budgeting approaches to evaluate the projects’ financial viability.
- Describe the several financial options and sources available to firms, along with the advantages and disadvantages of each.
- Understanding the methods and tools utilized in cash budgeting
- Recognize some key elements of inventory management as well as the fundamentals of cash, credits, and receivables management.
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