Case Problems in Finance
Edition: 11th 1997
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List price: $136.25
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
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PART I. FINANCING CURRENT OPERATIONS Introductory Assessing a Company's Future Financial Health Estimating Funds Requirements: Short-Term Courses of Finance Secular Growth Seasonal Needs Cyclical Needs Cash Budgeting Financial Forecasting Bank Financing PART II. LONG-TERM FINANCING AND LIABILITY MANAGEMENT Debt Policy Earnings Impact of Leverage Target Debt Policy Costs of Financial Distress Impact of Leverage on Distributable Funds Debt Policy in a Dynamic Context Flexibility and Sequencing Capital Market Efficiency and Security Pricing Valuing Cash Flows Weak and Semi-Strong Efficiency Insider Trading and Strong-Form Efficiency Information Asymmetrics and Mispricings Cash Distributions and Market Signaling Dividend Designing Securities to Match Investor Needs: Private vs. Public Debt Derivative Instruments and Risk Management Basic Derivative Instruments Insuring with Options Commodity Price Risk: Diversification vs Insurance Currency Risk: Insurance vs Hedging Interest Rate Risk: Hedging with Swaps Financial Execution Equity-Linked Securities Sourcing Funds Globally: Debt Sourcing Funds Globally: ADRs PART III. VALUATION AND INVESTMENT Investment Decisions Discounted Cash Flow Techniques Identifying Incremental Cash Flows Valuing Projects Cross-Border Valuation Real Options Cost of Capital Risk and the Opportunity Cost of Capital Cost of Capital Theory Use of the WACC in a Multi-Divisional Context Mergers, Acquisitions, Restructurings, and Corporate Governance Valuing Projects and Businesses Valuing Companies Initial Public Offerings Hostile Takeovers Changing Strategies by Acquisition Highly Leveraged Transactions Debt Restructuring and Event Risk Value-bases Management PART IV. REVIEW AND SYNTHESIS Comprehensive Overview Appendix Tax Table Note on Investment Tax Credit Present Value Tables