COMM203 Introduction to Finance
Course Outline
Spring 2013
Assignment #1
Due: May 16, 2013
Name (last, first):
Marks Received:
Section 1, Short Essay
Section 2, Problems
Total:
Student Number:
/5
/45
/50
*Please submit a paper copy of your assignment at t
Midterm Info
Tuesday, June 4th
20 MC, 1 Short Answer, and 4 Long
Answer
Covers chapter 1-3, 5-8 (theory and
calculations)
Be on time!
Bring a pencil
Bring your one-sided hand-written cheat
sheet
Final Exam Review
Final Exam Info
Wednesday, June 26th, 2:00 p.m. Rm. 46
3 hour exam
Comprehensive exam that will include all
chapters covered (1-3, 5-11, 18-20, 14 &
4).
40 MC, 2 short answer, and 6 long
answer.
Things to bring to the exam
Student id
COMM203 Introduction to Finance
Spring 2013
Assignment #3
Due: June 18, 2013
Name (last, first):
Marks Received:
Section 1, Short Essay
Section 2, Problems
Total:
Student Number:
/2
/68
/70
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COMM203 Introduction to Finance
Spring 2013
Assignment #4
Due: June 20, 2013
Name (last, first):
Marks Received:
Section I, Short Essay
Section II, Problems
Total:
Student Number:
/2
/23
/25
*Please submit a paper copy of your assignment at the beginning
Time Value of Money Part 2:
Discounted Cash Flow Valuation
Future Value and Compounding
Present Value and Discounting
Annuities and Perpetuities
Effective Interest Rates
Mortgages
1
Comm203
Valuing Level Cash
Flows:
Annuitiesflows
and
(1) A series of cons
COMM203 Introduction to Finance
Midterm
Spring 2013
Midterm
June 4, 2013
Name (last, first):
Marks Received:
Part I, M/C
Part II, Short Essay
Part III, Problems
Total:
Student Number:
/20
/2
/28
/50
Instructions:
You have 80 minutes to finish
Record answe
Comm203: Introductory Corporate Finance
Hand-in assignment #2
Fall, 2015
Professor: Lane
Name: Doug Krolman
NSID:
drk234
Note re due date: For all sections this assignment is now due on Wednesday, November 4th, by
10:00AM. This includes the Tuesday/Thursd
Comm203: Introductory Corporate Finance
Hand-in assignment #3
December, 2015
Professor: Lane
Name:
Doug Krolman
NSID:
drk234
Total marks:
44
Note re due date: For all sections this assignment is now due on Wednesday, December 2nd, by 10:00AM. This include
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Chapter 7: Interest Rates and Bond Valuation (6 Questions)
Q3) Malahat Inc. has 7.5% coupon bonds on the market that have 10 years left to maturity. The bonds make annual
payments. If the YTM on these bonds is 8.75%, what is the current bond price?
Note
COMM203: Chapter 6 - Classroom Quizzes (Answers)
1) Suppose you invest $1000 into a mutual fund that is expected to earn a rate of return of 10%. The amount of
money will you have in 10 years is closest to which of the following? The amount you will have
Comm203: Introductory Corporate Finance
Hand-in assignment #2
Fall, 2015
Professor: Lane
Name: Doug Krolman
NSID:
drk234
Note re due date: For all sections this assignment is now due on Wednesday, November 4th, by
10:00AM. This includes the Tuesday/Thursd
Comm203: Introductory Corporate Finance
Hand-in assignment #1
Fall term, 2015
Professor: Lane
Name:
NSID:
A. After opening this assignment template on Blackboard immediately save it to your computer. Name the
file using "lastname, firstname, Comm203 Hand
Chapter 18
Short-term Finance & Planning
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Tracing Cash and Net
Working Capital
Revised NWC formula:
NWC = Cash + Other Current Assets Current Liabilities
Current Assets
Assets expected to convert to cash within the year.
Presented on the Balance Sheet
Chapter 20
Credit Management
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Credit and Receivables
Two types of credit:
1. Trade credit credit to other firms.
2. Consumer credit credit granted to
consumers.
. Granting credit can stimulate sales, however,
there are costs:
Receivables carrying costs
B
Capital Budgeting
Projecting Cash Flows
Preparing Proforma Financial Statements
Special Capital Budgeting Cases
Additional Considerations in Capital Budgeting
Applying the Tax Shield Approach
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Projecting Cash Flows
Future cash flows are key in capital i
Comm203: Introductory Corporate Finance
Hand-in assignment #1
Fall term, 2015
Professor: Lane
Name:
Doug Krolman
NSID:
11177291
Total marks for assignment:
A. After opening this assignment template on Blackboard immediately save it to your computer. Name
Bond Valuation
Bond Terminology and Valuation
Determinants of Bond Yields
Interest Rates and Inflation
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Bond Values and Yields
Bond Terminology
The Government of Canada may issue $1,000, 6%, 25year bonds paying interest semi-annually.
Face value = $1,00
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Chapter 5: Introduction to Valuation The Time Value of Money (7 Questions)
Q1) Bank of Vancouver pays 8% simple interest on its savings account balances, whereas Bank of Calgary pays 8%
interest compounded annually. If you made a $5,000 deposit in each
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COMM203: Chapter 3 - Classroom Quizzes (Answers)
Your new venture
2018 Income Statement
($ in millions)
Net sales
Less: Cost of goods sold
Less: Depreciation
Earnings before interest and
taxes
Less: Interest paid
Taxable income
Less: Taxes
Net income
Ad
Building a Balance Sheet: Oakville Ostrich Farm has current assets of $4,000, NFA of $22,500, current
liabilities of $3,400, and long-term debt of $6,800. What is the value of the shareholders' equity account for this
firm? How much is net working capital
Bond Valuation
Bond Terminology and Valuation
Determinants of Bond Yields
Interest Rates and Inflation
1
Comm203
Bond Values and Yields
Bond Terminology
u
The Government of Canada may issue $1,000, 6%, 25year bonds paying interest semi-annually.
Face valu
Chapter 1: Introduction To Corporate Finance
Objectives
Know the basic types of financial management decisions and the role of the
financial manager
Know the financial implications of the different forms of business organization
Know the goal of finan
Time Value of Money
Future Value and Compounding
Present Value and Discounting
1
Comm203
Time Value of Money
u
The phrase Time Value of Money means a dollar
in hand is worth more than a dollar in the future
Why is this true?
2
Comm203
Time Value of Money
COMM203 Introduction to Finance
Spring 2013
Assignment #3
Due: June 15, 2013
Name (last, first):
Marks Received:
Section 1, Short Essay
Section 2, Problems
Total:
Student Number:
/2
/68
/70
*Please submit a paper copy of your assignment at the beginning o
COMM203 Introduction to Finance
Spring 2011
Assignment #2
Due: May 26, 2011
Name (last, first):
Marks Received:
Section 1, Short Essay
Section 2, Problems
Total:
Student Number:
/5
/43
/50
*Please submit a paper copy of your assignment at the beginning of
COMM203 Introduction to Finance
Spring 2013
Assignment #4
Due: June 20, 2013
Name (last, first):
Marks Received:
Section I, Short Essay
Section II, Problems
Total:
Student Number:
/2
/23
/25
*Please submit a paper copy of your assignment at the beginning
COMM203 Introduction to Finance
Spring 2013
Assignment #2
Due: May 28th, 2013
Name (last, first):
Marks Received:
Section 1, Short Essay
Section 2, Problems
Total:
Student Number:
/5
/45
/50
*Please submit a paper copy of your assignment at the beginning
Chapter 3: Working with Financial Statements (4 Questions)
Q1) Carman Inc. has net working capital of $1,370, current liabilities of $3,720 and inventory of $1,950.
What is the current ratio? What is the quick ratio?
Answer: CA = Current assets; NWC = Net
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Chapter 6: Discounted Cash Flow Valuation (9 Questions)
Q1) Buena Vista Co. has identified an investment project with the following cash flows. If the discount rate is 10%, what is
the present value of these cash flows? What is the present value at 18%?
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COMM203: Chapter 5 - Classroom Quizzes (Answers)
1. The future value interest factor is calculated as:
A. (1 + r)t
B. (1 + rt)
C. (1 + r)(t)
Answer: (A)
D. 1 + r t
E. None of these is correct.
2. The current value of future cash flows discounted at the
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Chapter 8: Stock Valuation (4 Questions)
Q1) The Stopperside Wardrobe Co. just paid a dividend of $1.95 per share on its stock. The dividends are expected to
grow at a constant rate of 6% per year indefinitely. If investors require a 11% return on The S