Critical Thinking Questions
1.2 What are the 3 fundamental decisions the financial management is concerned with,
and how do they affect the companys balance sheet?
1. Capital budgeting decisions identifyin
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1. An article in an Asian business magazine argued that equity (preferred stock) was
cheaper than debt, because dividend yields are much lower than interest rates on debt.
Do you agree with this statement? Use empirical evidence (firms
1. Executive salaries have been shown to be more closely correlated to the size of the firm
than to its profitability. If a firms board of directors is controlled by management rather
than outside directors, this might result in the firm
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Tutorial: Finance (Week 3)
Questions and Problems
1.1 The basic fund for all business is debt and equity.
1.4. There are three major decision are that concern to financial managers. Those three
fundamental decisions that fin
1. the interest rate on borrowed funds is usually higher than the interest rate on small term
deposits. Given that, why do large banks continue to rely more heavily on borrowed funds as
a source of funds.
Borrowed funds are typically short-term borrowings
1.Whats the primary goal of commercial bank? Why may this goal be translated into maximising
the firms stock share price?
3. What are borrowed funds? Give some specific examples. Have borrowed funds become more
or less important as a source of funds for b
The cost of capital and taxation issues in
Solutions to questions
The marginal cost of capital is the cost of capital for a specific investment, and depends
on the features of that investment. The relevant features are the
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Advanced Corporate Finance
f(Corporate Finance Part 2)
Unit code: FINA3322
Credit points: 3
Major: Banking and Finance
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FIN111 week 13 tutorial questions
Professional application questions
15.2 Knowing your client is of paramount importance if a financial planner is to be able
to provide good advice to a client. The completion of a client fact finder provi
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FIN111 WEEK 3 TUTORIAL QS
1.1 explain the key roles of the financial system. Why is it so important to the broader economy to
have an efficient and effective financial system?
the key roles of the financial system are to facilitat
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FIN111 WEEK 2 TUTORIAL Qs
Critical thinking 2,4,6
1.2- what are the three fundamental decisions the financial management team is concerned with
and how do they affect the companys balance sheet.
Capital budgeting decisions, financ
FIN 111 Tutorial Week 4
1. What is the primary goal of a commercial bank? Why may this goal be
translated into maximizing the firms stock share price?
The primary goal of a bank is profit maximization. Stock prices pr
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Solutions to questions
Futures contracts can be traded on a futures exchange. This permits positions to be
reversed before the maturity date. No such facility is available for the trading of
Because of th
Leasing and other equipment finance
Note to instructors
Readers may query the fact that, throughout Chapter 15, the statutory company tax rate tc has
been used rather than the true or effective company tax rate under imputation te, as used in
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FIN111 Tute 2 Homework
Questions and Problems
1.1 Explain the key roles of the financial system. Why is it so important to the broader economy to have
an efficient and effective financial system?
The key roles of the financial syste
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FIN111 Lecture Week 6
The time Value of Money
The Time Value of Money
How does a manager determine the value of a series of future cash flows, whether paying for an
asset or evaluating a project?
What is the value of the stream of fut
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FIN111 Tute HW Week 12
Professional Application Qs
1. A Client aged 60 years says to you, a junior financial planner, I would like to retire with a
comfortable level of income. Can you help me do that? how would you restate the clients
FIN111 Lecture Week 2
The role of the financial system
The financial system consists of financial markets, institutions and money
The roles of the financial system are: to facilitate the flow of funds, to provide the mechanism to
settle transactions, to
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FIN111 Lecture Week 4
Nonbank Financial Institutions in Australia
Building Societies: Specialise in making mortgage loans
Credit Unions: Specialise in short term consumer loans but also give home loans
Finance Companies: Sp
FIN111 Lecture Week 5
What is consumer credit?
Is used to meet personal needs
Credit increases purchasing power in the short term
Advantages of using Credit
Allows borrowers to:
Increase current purchasing power
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FIN111 Tute Week 7 HW
Critical thinking Qs
4. What are two factors to be considered in time value of money?
Two factors to consider are:
1. The Interest
2. The Time
5. Differentiate between compounding and Discounting
1. You are travelling to work by train when a student seated next to you notices that
you work for a bank. She asks you what a bank is, why we have banks and what
they do? In your own words, respond to her questions.
A bank is e
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Tutorial Week 4 Homework
Non-Bank Financial Institutions
1) What are the different types of nonbank financial institutions in Australia?
The Australian financial system in addition to commercial banks, has different types of fin
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FIN111 TUTORIAL QUESTIONS WEEK 10.
9.3 Why are ordinary shareholders considered to be more at risk than the holders of other
types of securities?
If a company were to become bankrupt, the law requires that credit