This is a postgraduate unit and only available to students enrolled in postgraduate courses.
The unit develops an understanding of corporate financial theory and the application of theory to problems relevant to organisations. Students' critically review concepts such as: specification of corporate objectives, evaluation of investment projects, alternative sources of finance, risk, the operation of capital markets, the financing decision, the dividend decision, and the cost of capital. Student also analyse and apply theoretical concepts to complex financial problems faced by Australian organisations.
Prescribed Text - INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE FINANCE ABRIDGED VERSION
INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE FINANCE: WHAT COMPANIES DO, ABRIDGED, 3RD EDITION builds upon your business knowledge...