Unit II 8 Corporate Deposits Importance of Institutional deposits vis a vis

Unit ii 8 corporate deposits importance of

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Unit II 8 Corporate Deposits: Importance of Institutional deposits vis-a-vis retail deposits Corporate Finance: Working capital finance, Fund and Non fund based limits and Import-Export finance. Corporate Debt Restructuring. Unit III 8 Investment Banking 1) Meaning and scope of Investment Banking, Evolution, overview of current state of Investment Banking in India. 2) Merchant Banking : Advisory services for equity / debt issues, Management, placement and distribution of equity / debt. 3) Mergers and Acquisitions, Divestitures: Identification, Structuring, Negotiation and Execution, arranging finances etc. 4) Corporate advisory services: Capital restructuring, Project advisory, Private equity and Venture capital, Loan Syndication etc. Unit IV 8 Project and Infrastructure Finance Unit V 8 Characteristics of Project Finance - Technology selection, Assessment of technical collaborator - Market Analysis : International competitiveness and SWOT analysis - Assessing the project cost - Means of financing projects - Estimation of project cash flows - Use of free and equity cash flow valuation for assessing projects - Financial Analysis : Break-even point analysis, Decision tree, Scenario analysis and Internal Rate of Return, Sensitivity analysis Common risks in projects - Risk mitigation methodologies in projects - Securitization as a tool for risk mitigation - Project planning - Network techniques for project implementation - Disbursement, supervision and follow up of
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CRCE- JAIN UNIVERSITY & TCLL Page 33 project by lender - Infrastructure financing cash flow deal agreement with parties involved - SPV - Monitoring and follow-up of the project
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CRCE- JAIN UNIVERSITY & TCLL Page 34 MMSS205: Organization Behaviour Learning Hours: 30 Credits: 3 OBJECTIVES: · To familiarize the participants with important behavioural underpinnings of their corporate careers · To have an overview of how the primary and secondary or internal and external forces drive i. An individual behaviour ii. A team’s behaviour, and iii. How individuals’ behaviour and teams’ behaviour collectively shape an organizational behaviour · To understand the influencing factors for high performance individuals and high performance teams and therefore the high performing organizations SYLLABUS: Unit I 6 Management Thought and OB: Definition of Management, Approaches to Management: Classical, Behavioural, Quantitative. Management Principles of Taylor, Weber, Fayol; Hawthorne Studies, fields contributing to OB, Managers’ roles and functions, OB in the context of globalization, workforce diversity. Individual Learning and Behavior: Definition of Learning, Theoretical process of learning, application of the learning theories for behaviour modification. Attitudes, Values and Job Satisfaction: The Nature and Dimensions of Attitudes: Components of Attitude - Sources and types - Cognitive dissonance theory - Values - Measuring job satisfaction - The effect of job satisfaction on employee performance.
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