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Corporate Finance

FINA601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Operating Cash Flow, Financial Distress, Cash Flow

Week 11 Lecture 11 Chapter 30: Financial Distress What Is Financial Distress? (30.1) Financial distress is surprisingly hard to define precisely - The list of events is almost endless, but here are some examples: Dividend ...

FINA601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Tender Offer, Rjr Nabisco, Daniel S. Loeb

Week 10 Lecture 10 Chapter 29: Mergers, Acquisitions, and Divestitures Varieties of Takeovers (29.1) Takeovers: Transfer of control of a firm from one group of shareholders to another Takeover is a general and imprecise te...

FINA601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Corporate Finance, Market Capitalization, Reputation Capital

Week 9 Lecture 9 Chapter 20: Raising Capital Venture Capital (VC) Market (20.1) Venture capital refers to such type of equity capital which is invested in the starting stage or in expansion stage of a firm. This type of in...

FINA601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Dividend, Liquidating Distribution, Retained Earnings

Week 8 Lecture 8 Chapter 19: Dividends and Other Pay-outs Different Types of Pay-outs (19.1) The term dividend usually refers to a cash distribution of earnings. If a distribution is made from sources other than current or...

FINA601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Corporate Finance, Financial Distress, Capital Structure

Week 7 Lecture 7 Chapter 17: Capital Structure: Limits to the Use of Debt Costs of Financial Distress (17.1) Bankruptcy Risk or Bankruptcy Cost? As mentioned throughout the previous chapter, debt provides tax benefits to t...

FINA601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Corporate Finance, Capital Structure, Managerial Finance

Week 6 Lecture 6 Chapter 16: Capital Structure: Limits to the Use of Debt Capital Structure and the Pie Theory (16.1) How should a firm choose its debtequity ratio? We call our approach to the capital structure question th...

FINA601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cumulative Voting, Preferred Stock, High-Yield Debt

Week 5 Lecture 5 Chapter 15: Long-Term Financing Some Features of Common Stock (15.1) The term common stock means different things to different people, but it is usually applied to stock that has no special preference eith...

FINA601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cash Flow, Capital Budgeting, Tax Rate

Week 4 Lecture 4 Chapter 13: Risk, Cost of Capital and Valuation The Cost of Equity Capital (13.1) Whenever a firm has extra cash, it can take one of two actions. It can pay out the cash Directly to its investors. Alternat...

FINA601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Capital Asset Pricing Model, Squared Deviations From The Mean, Standard Deviation

Week 3 Lecture 3 Chapter 11: Return and Risk: The Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) Expected Return, Variance, and Covariance (11.1) Expected Return This is the return that an individual expects a stock to earn over the n...

FINA601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Economic Model, Financial Statement, Financial Plan

Week 2 Lecture 2 Chapter 3: Financial Statement Analysis and Financial Models Standardizing Statements When comparing two companies financial statement , we would immediately have a problem Its almost impossible to directl...

FINA601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Chief Financial Officer, General Partnership, Proxy Fight

Week 1 Lecture 1 Chapter 1 2: Introduction to Corporate Finance and Financial The Financial Manager In large firms, the finance activity is usually associated with a top officer of the firm, such as the vice president and...

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