Hospitality Financial Management

ISBN-10: 0130482870
ISBN-13: 9780130482877
Edition: 2005
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Description: For a Financial Management course in a hospitality/tourism management department. This up-to-date introduction to finance, written for hospitality students, explains and demonstrates the importance of financial management within the hospitality  More...

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Book details

List price: $126.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 5/26/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 3.322
Language: English

For a Financial Management course in a hospitality/tourism management department. This up-to-date introduction to finance, written for hospitality students, explains and demonstrates the importance of financial management within the hospitality organization. This clear and concise text provides many examples and is primarily based on practical applications and less on theoretical foundations.

Introduction
Organization of the Firm
A Basic Understanding of Financial Management
Wealth Maximization
A General Outline of the Textbook
Financial Markets and Financial Instruments
Why People Invest
Capital Markets
Money Market
Raising Financial Capital and Security Trading
Financial Markets and Hedging Risk
Key Financial Intermediaries: Lenders to the Hospitality Industry
Stock Market Performance
Review of Financial Statements and Selected Ratios
Review of the Income Statement
Review of the Balance Sheet
Relationship Between the Income Statement and the Balance Sheet
Statement of Retained Earnings
Statement of Cash Flows
Validity of Financial Statements
Ratio Analysis
Perspectives on and Limitations of Ratio Analysis
The Relationship Between Risk and Return
How Typical Investors Feel About Risk
Returns and Distributions
Diversification
The Market Portfolio
The Market Portfolio and Beta
Beta, Expected Return and the Security Market Line
Time Value of Money
Future Value-Compounding
Present Value-Discounting
Future Value of an Annuity
Present Value of an Annuity
Perpetuity-An Infinite Annuity
Present Value of a Series of Non-Constant Cash Flows
Compounding Periods Other Than Annual
Effective Annual Rates
Amortized Loans
Fixed Income Securities: Bonds & Preferred Stock
Basic Bond Terminology
Bond Features
Bond Ratings
Valuing Corporate Bonds
Computing Yield to Maturity on Corporate Bonds
Bonds with Semi-Annual Coupon Payments
Basic Preferred Stock Terminology
Preferred Stock Features
Valuing Preferred Stock
Common Stock
Common Stock Features
Valuing Common Stock
General Dividend Valuation Model
Zero-Growth Dividend Valuation Model
Constant-Growth Dividend Valuation Model
Valuing Common Stock with Multiple Growth Rates
Common Stock Value, Investors Rate of Return and Growth
Cost of Capital
The Weighted Average Cost of Capital
Estimating the Cost of Capital Components
The Cost of Debt
The Cost of Preferred Stock
Internal Common Equity-New Retained Earnings
Dividend Valuation Model Method for Estimating the Cost of Internal Equity
The Bond Yield Plus Risk Premium Method for Estimating the Cost of Internal Equity
External Common Equity-New Issues of Common Stock
Computation of the Weighted Average Cost of Capital
Using the Weighted Average Cost of Capital
Introduction to Capital Budgeting and Cash Flow Estimation
Classifying Capital Budgeting Projects
The Captial Budgeting Decision and Cash Flow Estimation
Capital Budgeting Decision Methods
Captial Budgeting Decision Methods
Independent Projects and Capital Budgeting Decision Methods
Mutually Exclusive Projects and Capital Budgeting
Not Normal Cash Flows
The Use of Captial Budgeting Decision Methods
An Introduction to Hotel Valuation
Reasons for a Hotel Appraisal
The Hotel Appraisal Process
Approaches to Value
A Rule of Thumb Approach and Revenue Multipliers
Final Reconciliation of Value
Capital Structure

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