Financial Management - Summer Class 2015


Rey Parcon

Asst. Professor 1

Academician for 2 years already handling finance subjects.

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            The course discusses the various issues and techniques employed by financial managers to achieve the organization’s achievement. Texts and cases are presented in the class to have a full understanding of the theories and concepts presented.




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


  1. To develop techniques for corporate decision making under conditions of risk and to investigate the elements of financial management
  2. Develop analytic problem solving skills.
  3. Develop currency in the language of corporate finance.
  4. Determine the "best" solution to a problem among several alternatives in an environment of incomplete information.
  5. Understand the interactions and perspectives of various corporate stakeholders in the corporate finance decision-making process.
  6. Function under the demands and expectations of the corporate work environment.








  1. Overview of Financial Management
  2. Financial Statements, Cash Flow, and Taxes
  3. Analysis of Financial Statements
  4. Financial Planning and Forecasting
  5. The Financial Environment Markets, Institutions, and Interest Rates
  6. Risk and Rates of Return
  7. Time Value of Money
  8. Bonds, Stocks and Their Valuation
  9. The Cost of Capital
  10. The Basics of Capital Budgeting
  11. Cash Flow Estimation and Risk Analysis
  12. Capital Structure and Leverage
  13. Distributions to Shareholders Dividends and Share Repurchases
  14. Working Capital Management



Course content

  • Lecture 1 - Introduction to Financial Management

  • Lecture 2 - Financial Statements, Cash Flows, and Taxes

  • Solution to Assignment # 2

  • Lecture 3 - Time Value of Money

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