Lecture01 - FIN2101 BUSINESS FINANCE II Disclaimer It is...

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Unformatted text preview: FIN2101 BUSINESS FINANCE II Disclaimer It is recommended that students complete the course FIN1101 Business Finance I prior to attempting FIN2101 Business Finance II. Teaching Team Rex Zeeman Room L305 Phone 4631 2423 Consultation Times: Mondays, 2-4 Wednesdays, 10-12 Thursdays, 9-11 Kymberlee Simpson Room T310 Phone 4631 5509 Consultation Times: Mondays, 9-11 Wednesdays, 2-4 Lecture Slides Lecture slides can be accessed in the computer labs or through the course discussion group. Tutorials Monday: 2-4 (K213) Wednesday: 10-12 (K212) Assessment Assignment 1 (10%) due 02/09/03 Assignment 2 (10%) due 14/10/03 End-of-semester exam (80%) Course Overview Risk-Return Analysis Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) Application of the CAPM Working Capital Management (2 weeks) Takeovers Course Overview Sources of Finance Capital Structure Leasing Investment and Financing Decisions Dividend Policy International Financial Management Module 1 Risk-Return Analysis Student Activities Reading Text, Chapter 6 (pp. 194-210 only) Text Study Guide , Chapter 6 (part only) Study Book , Module 1 Tutorial Work Tutorial Workbook , Self Assessment Activity 1.1 Text Study Guide , Chapter 6, T/F 1 to 8, MC 1 to 12, Problems 1 to 5 Objectives At the end of todays lecture you should be able to: discuss the terms risk and expected return; distinguish between ex ante and ex post data; calculate expected return and risk for a single asset and a portfolio; explain risk-return relationships; discuss the concepts of utility theory and portfolio theory and their application to investment decision making; calculate covariance and the correlation coefficient; and calculate the coefficient of variation. Return The financial outcome of an investment. Represents the increase in investment value over a given period of time....
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