Corporate Finance

This textbook on Corporate Finance deals with the different sources of funding and the capital structure of corporations (excluding financial institutions), the decisions that managers can take to increase enterprise value as well as the tools and analysis used to allocate financial resources.
Author(s):
Marc Deloof, Sophie Manigart, Hubert Ooghe, Cynthia Van Hulle
book | published | 1st edition
February 2019 | xxviii + 474 pp.

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ISBN 9781780686547


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This textbook on Corporate Finance deals with the different sources of funding and the capital structure of corporations (excluding financial institutions), the decisions that managers can take to increase enterprise value as well as the tools and analysis used to allocate financial resources.
The authors link theoretical insight to practical cases. The objectives and functions of corporate finance are discussed in an introductory chapter. The following chapters cover: fundamental financial valuation principles, investment analysis and the minimum investment return requirement, capital structure and dividend policy, long-term and medium-term financing, working capital as well as some specific financial topics such as valuation of companies, international financial policy, financing of growth companies, mergers and acquisitions, etc.
While written for students, this book is also appealing to financial professionals such as financial directors, credit rating agencies, corporate managers in financial institutions as well as accountants and auditors.

Chapters

Table of contents and preliminary pages (p. 0)

Chapter 1. Objectives and functions of financial management (p. 1)

Part 1. Fundamental valuation principles

Chapter 2. Basic valuation concepts (p. 15)

Chapter 3. Valuation of (bond) loans and shares (p. 35)

Chapter 4. The relationship between the required rate of return and risk (p. 55)

Chapter 5. Valuing options (p. 97)

Part 2. Investment analysis and cost of capital

Chapter 6. Assessing investment projects (p. 123)

Chapter 7. Further refinements in assessing the investment (p. 145)

Chapter 8. Cost of capital (p. 161)

Part 3. Financing and dividend strategy

Chapter 9. Is the capital structure of any importance? (p. 175)

Chapter 10. Other aspects of the capital structure (p. 199)

Chapter 11. Dividend policy (p. 217)

Chapter 12. Other aspects of dividend policy (p. 239)

Part 4. Medium-term and long-term financing

Chapter 13. Issuing shares (p. 257)

Chapter 14. Medium-term and long-term debts (p. 289)

Part 5. Working capital management

Chapter 15. Working capital management and financial planning (p. 325)

Chapter 16. Management of accounts receivable (p. 343)

Chapter 17. Operational short-term financing (p. 361)

Chapter 18. Managing short-term cash surpluses and deficits (p. 373)

Part 6. Special topics

Chapter 19. Valuation of companies (p. 391)

Chapter 20. Mergers and acquisitions (p. 411)

Chapter 21. Financing growth-oriented young companies (p. 433)

Chapter 22. International financial policy (p. 449)

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