Course plan of Financial Management.doc

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DAFFODIL INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY Business & Economics Datta Para, Chou Baria, Ashulia Model Town, Savar, Dhaka. General Information: Course Title : Financial Management Course Code : FIN-202 Semester : Summer 17 Name of Instructor : Md. Azizur Rahman Academic Position : Assistant Professor of Finance Cell : 01712176306 E-mail : [email protected] Course Description: Course Outline Summer-17 Mandatory Requirements for each Class
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FIN-202 (Financial Management) is a 3-credit course covering relevant topics regarding financial decision making. Students develop a basic understanding of business finance which deals with how organizations effectively manage their operating and fixed assets and fund them with an optimal mix of debt and equity financing. Topics include financial statement analysis; financial forecasting; working capital management and short-term borrowing; valuing financial assets; cost of capital; capital budgeting and risk; capital markets and sources of long-term financing; dividend policy; and foreign exchange. Goals of the Course The main aim of this course is to introduce a set of concepts that are necessary for more advanced finance courses such as corporate finance, investment and portfolio management and foreign exchange management. This course builds on your year-one accounting and finance knowledge and introduces:  Introduction to managerial finance.  Financial tools for Statement Analysis.  Capital Structure Decisions.  The valuation of securities focusing on Dividend Policy.  Long-term investment decisions.  Short-term financial decisions.  Long-term financial decisions.  International finance and risk management Programme and Course Advice It is assumed that you will be familiar with the core notions in accounting and finance, as well as those of economics and management, at the level of a first year university course. If you lack confidence in your ability to deal with some of the basic concepts, we strongly suggest that you review your lecture notes. Many of the concepts you encounter will likely be completely new to you. We will guide you through the learning process in lectures. Gaining a deeper understanding will require a great deal of effort from you, we do not expect you to understand immediately and fully the concepts we discuss in lectures. We can only hope that you will think about these further after the lectures, read the
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