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1.1 Key Concepts and Skills 1.2 Chapter Outline 1.3 What is Corporate Finance? 1.4 Balance Sheet Model of the Firm 1.5 The Capital Budgeting Decision 1.6 The Capital Structure Decision 1.7 Short-Term Asset Management 1.8 Capital Structure 1.9 The Financial Manager 1.10 Hypothetical Organization Chart 1.11 The Firm and the Financial Markets 1.12 The Corporate Firm 1.13 Forms of Business Organization 1.14 A Comparison 1.15 The Goal of Financial Management 1.16 The Agency Problem 1.17 Managerial Goals 1.18 Managing Managers 1.19 Financial Markets 1.20 Financial Markets 1.21 Quick Quiz Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE FINANCE SLIDES CHAPTER WEB SITES Section Web Address 1.1 www.cfo.com 1.2 www.nolo.com www.corporate.com 1.3 www.business-ethics.com 1.5 www.nyse.com www.nasdaq.com End-of-chapter material www.mhhe.com/edumarketinsight
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A-2 CHAPTER 1 CHAPTER ORGANIZATION 1.1 What Is Corporate Finance? The Balance Sheet Model of the Firm Capital Structure The Financial Manager 1.2 The Corporate Firm The Sole Proprietorship The Partnership The Corporation A Corporation by Another Name… 1.3 The Goal of Financial Management Possible Goals The Goal of Financial Management A More General Goal 1.4 The Agency Problem and Control of the Corporation Agency Relationships Management Goals Do Managers Act in the Stockholders’ Interests? Stakeholders 1.5 Financial Markets The Primary Market: New Issues Secondary Markets Exchange Trading of Listed Stocks Listing ANNOTATED CHAPTER OUTLINE Slide 1.0 Chapter 1 Title Slide Slide 1.1 Key Concepts and Skills Slide 1.2 Chapter Outline PowerPoint Note : If there is a slide that you do not wish to include in your presentation, choose to hide the slide under the “Slide Show” menu, instead of deleting it. If you decide that you would like to use that slide at a later date, you can just unhide it. PowerPoint Note : Be sure to check out the notes that accompany some of the slides on the “Notes Pages” within PowerPoint.
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CHAPTER 1 A-3 1.1. What is Corporate Finance? Slide 1.3 What is Corporate Finance? Corporate finance addresses several important questions: 1. What long-term investments should the firm choose? (Capital budgeting) 2. Where will we get the long-term financing to pay for the investments? (Capital structure) 3. How will we manage the daily financial activities of the firm? (Working capital) A. The Balance Sheet Model of the Firm Slide 1.4 Balance Sheet Model of the Firm The Balance Sheet presents a picture of the firm at a point in time, and it provides a model by which to address the three basic questions that corporate finance managers must answer. Slide 1.5 The Capital Budgeting Decision 1. Long-term investment decisions determine the level of fixed assets. Slide 1.6 The Capital Structure Decision 2. Financing policy determines the liabilities and equity side of the balance sheet.
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