Corporate Finance


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ACA120 - Corporate Finance


All entry courses must have been completed before taking this course.

This course provides an in-depth study of finance concepts, tools and theories required by financial specialists working in a Canadian organization and a global economy, in making corporate financing decisions. Students obtain a broad understanding of the use of mathematical techniques to aid in managerial decision-making; learn the language and description of Canadian financial markets and the implications of these markets to financial managers; how to select the appropriate financial and investment strategies to achieve the company's goals and objectives, given the economic environment in which the firm operates. The content includes analytical techniques relating to the current financial environment, its components and financial decision making, security valuation, the capital budgeting process, the component costs of capital, introduction to risk, financial planning, dividend policy, investment decisions, derivatives, risk management, international financial management, options and swaps.

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