Final Exam Study Guide FIN 300-1.docx - FIN 300 – Final Exam This is a study guide ONLY and is only meant to assist you in preparation for the test It

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FIN 300 – Final Exam This is a study guide ONLY and is only meant to assist you in preparation for the test. It does not take the place of you attending class, reading the appropriate textbook chapters, power points and any handouts, and watching any videos. It should cover most of the material on the test. However, I reserve the right to ask additional questions from all material covered in class and assigned as reading, viewing, written homework or any in-class assignments. It’ll be a combination of multiple choice and mathematical calculations. Bring your student ID or a picture form of identification. Bring pencils and a calculator; I’ll provide the Scantrons. No notes. Chapter 19 – Text-Book – Financial Planning and Managing Growth Financial Planning Financial Plan – Definition. Which components make up a financial plan? Which issues are addressed in a financial plan? Strategic Plan – Definition. What issues does the strategic plan identify?
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Unformatted text preview: Capital expenditures The Financing Plan – Definition. What areas does it indicate? Sales Forecast Financial Planning Model – Definition. Building a Financial Planning Model. Inputs into the model. Percent of Sales model Pro Forma Financial Statement External Funding Needed – Definition and know how to calculate it A Better Financial Planning Model Dividend Payout Ratio – Definition and know how to calculate it Retention (Plowback) ratio – Definition and know how to calculate it Lumpy Assets The videos we watched in class Paddy Hirsch “Capital Structure” – Know the definition, the elements that comprise capital structure, leverage, and the risks involved. Bank 4.0 and The Future of Financial Services – Brett King – Iterative Thinking, First Principles Design Thinking, the Three Core Pieces of Utility of Banks....
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