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Class Notes for Accounting & Financial Management at University of Waterloo (page 5)

AFM373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Underwriting, Adverse Selection, Financial Statement
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Case 7 Ferrari IPO Going public in general: What are the pros and cons? Pros: - Access to much broader financing opportunities and large cash payment - Once public, information asymmetry is reduced and the cost of equity a...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM373
Alan Douglas
AFM373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Flash Memory, Sunk Costs, Tax Shield
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Case 6 Flash Memory What are the characteristics of the industry? - Highly Competitive - Rapidly Growing - Short Product Life Cycles and Continuous Technological Change - Low margins and high working capital requirement Wh...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM373
Alan Douglas
AFM373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Net Present Value, Uptodate
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Case 5 Midland Why was the team formed to estimate the cost of capital? - Skepticism over existing estimates o Preferences for lower WACC estimates within divisions - Desire for an independent arbiter What could we possibl...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM373
Alan Douglas
AFM373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Risk Premium, Sports Equipment, Capital Asset Pricing Model
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Case 4 Nike Conceptually, what is the WACC? WACC is the average cost of raising funds from both debt holders and equity holders, based on the level of riskiness of the firm compared to the markets for debt and equity. WACC...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM373
Alan Douglas
AFM373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Expense Management, Operating Margin, Demand Forecasting
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Case 3 Jones Electrical What business is Jones in? What are the key success factors (what do they need to do well)? How is he performing on these? Jones is in the business of distributing and supplying electrical component...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM373
Alan Douglas
AFM373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cash Conversion Cycle, Inventory Turnover, Asset Turnover
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Case 2 Tire City What business is TCI in? What are the key success factors (what do they need to do well)? TCI is a retail distributor of automotive tires. They have a chain of 10 shops in the northeastern US. Key success ...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM373
Alan Douglas
AFM373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Fiduciary, Takeover Target, Restricted Stock
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Case 1 Ben and Jerrys Who is Henry Morgan, and what decision does he face? Henry Morgan is an outside (independent) member of the board of directors of Ben Jerrys, and has been for the last 13 years. He faces the decision...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM373
Alan Douglas
AFM373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Balanced Scorecard, Stakeholder Theory, Preferred Stock
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Jensen Article The Basic Issue of Governance: Is the issue of how to measure performance in terms of better versus worse. Value Maximization Theory: Managers should have a criterion for evaluating performance and deciding ...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM373
Alan Douglas
AFM131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: People Skills, Active Listening

Global News reported that had of Canadian jobs will be impacted by automation in the next 10 years. More then textbook smarts, key characteristics like critical thinking, coordination, social perceptiveness, active listeni...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM131
Stephen Smith
AFM131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Canadian Business, North American Free Trade Agreement

Throughout Canadas history, the United States has always been Canadas primary exporter. Canadas large reliance on the US stemmed from the proximity as well as the similarity in culture between both countries however the mo...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM131
Stephen Smith
AFM131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Business Model Canvas, Swot Analysis, Corporate Social Responsibility

Thursday, September 6, 2018 Course Intro - AFM 131 AFM - Tracy Hilpert thilpert@uwaterloo.ca HH 383B Appointment only ofce hours - Kanchan Dhiman (Course Manager) saf-cadm@uwaterloo.ca HH 383E - Teaching Assistant - Learni...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM131
Stephen Smith
AFM131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Making Money

Q2 I believe that the prior success of the business in a short period of time did make a difference, when it comes to the decisions of the investors, but is not the entire story. I think when the dragon said"The DNA of a...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM131
Stephen Smith
AFM131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Protectionism, Canadian Business, Export Development Canada

Tuesday, September 11, 2018 Module 1: Competing in the Global Market AFM Topic of Discussion 1. Global Market and why countries trade 2. The Canada Experience 3. Strategies for reaching global market 4. Force affecting glo...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM131
Stephen Smith
AFM131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hydro One, Health Canada, Money Supply

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 The Role of Government in Business AFM Topics of Discussion - Six categories of government activity - Historical role of the Canadian government - Lawsregulation at all levels of government - Ta...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM131
Stephen Smith
AFM131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: North American Free Trade Agreement, Automotive News

The North American Free Trade Agreement is an agreement that created a free-trade area among Canada, United States and Mexico, however recently this has not been the case. In the 2016 United State presidential negotiation ...

Accounting & Financial Management
AFM131
Stephen Smith

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