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Financial Management Lectures: 45

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1 Lecture - Introduction to financial management 2 Lecture - Objectives of financial management, financial assets and financial markets 3 Lecture - Analysis of financial statements 4 Lecture - Time value of money 5 Lecture - Financial forecasting & financial planning 6 Lecture - Present value and discounting 7 Lecture - Discounted cash flow analysis, annuities and perpetuities 8 Lecture - Capital budgeting and capital budgeting techniques 9 Lecture - Net present value & internal rate of return 10 Lecture - . Project cash flows, project timing, comparing projects and modified internal rate of return 11 Lecture - Some special areas of capital budgeting 12 Lecture - Capital budgeting and interpretation of IRR and NPV with limited capital 13 Lecture - Bonds and classification of bonds 14 Lecture - Bonds valuation 15 Lecture - Bond valuation & yield on bonds 16 Lecture - Introduction to stocks and stock valuation 17 Lecture - Common stock pricing and dividend growth model 18 Lecture - Common stock - rate of return & EPS pricing model 19 Lecture - Introduction to risk., risk and return for single stock investment 20 Lecture - Risk for single a stock investment probability graph and co-efficient of variation 21 Lecture - Two stock portfolio theory, risk and expected return 22 Lecture - Portfolio risk analysis and efficient portfolio maps 23 Lecture - Efficient portfolios, market risk, & CML 24 Lecture - . Stock beta, portfolio beta and introduction to security market line (SML) 25 Lecture - Stock betas & risk, SML and return and stock prices in efficient markets 26 Lecture - SML graph & CAPM 27 Lecture - Risk and portfolio theory & CAPM, criticism of CAPM and application of risk theory. 28 Lecture - Introduction to debt, efficient market & cost of capital 29 Lecture - WACC (Weighted Average Cost of Capital) 30 Lecture - . Business risk faced by firm, operating Leverage (OL), break-even point & ROE 31 Lecture - Operating leverage and financial leverage , ROE, break even point and business risk 32 Lecture - Financial leverage and capital structure 33 Lecture - Modifications in Millar Modigliani capital structure theory 34 Lecture - Application of Millar Modigliani and other capital structure theories 35 Lecture - Net income & tax shield approaches to WACC 36 Lecture - Management of capital structure 37 Lecture - Dividend payout 38 Lecture - Application of residual dividend model 39 Lecture - Working capital management 40 Lecture - . Cash management & working capital financing 41 Lecture - Short term financing, long term financing and lease financing 42 Lecture - Lease financing and types of lease financing 43 Lecture - Mergers & acquisitions 44 Lecture - International finance (Multinational Finance) 45 Lecture - . Final review of entire course of financial management
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