Instructor

Rey Parcon

Asst. Professor 1

Academician for 2 years already handling finance subjects.

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Overview

COURSE DESCRIPTION

      The course will cover the introduction to business and financial management. Topics will focus on what business firms should do to achieve their financial goal. Likewise, the course will include discussion of the finance functions and its operating environment. Tools of financial analysis and planning, utilization and acquisition of funds are also discussed in the course.

       

Basic financial management, legal form of business, business plan, corporate analysis, capital budgeting are topics discussed in the later part of the subject. 


COURSE OBJECTIVES

            At the end of the course, students will be able to:

1.     Enumerate and explain to students the finance functions and how each work and adds value to business.

2.     Prepare the students obtain a practical understanding of short and long term financing. This entails application and analysis of capital budgeting, short and long term debt necessary to solve business problems related to financial management decision making.

3.     Provide the students an in-depth discussion of business risk through the application of different business strategies/combination to identify its strengths and weakness to overcome business failure.


COURSE CONTENT

Part 1: PRELIM PERIOD

INTRODUCTION: THE FINANCE FUNCTION

  1. The nature and goals of business/forms of business organization

  2. The concept and tools of business finance

  3. Financial markets

  4. Capital Budgeting  and Working Capital Management

Part 2: MIDTERM PERIOD

SOURCES OF SHORT TERM AND LONG TERM FINANCING

  1. Short Term Capital

  2. Capital and Securities Market

  3. Leasing

Part 3: FINAL PERIOD

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS / CONDITIONS

  1. Financial Statements

  2. Business Combinations

  3. Financial Distress and Rehabilitation


Course content

  • Lecture 1

  • Lecture 2

  • Lecture 3 - Part 1

  • Lecture 3 - Part 2

  • Lecture 3 - Part 3

  • Lecture 4a

  • Lecture 4

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