6.
Current liabilities comprises of:
1. Payments to be made to creditors(suppliers)
2. Tax rates (to be paid to government.
3. Interest rates
w1Kd + w2Ke = cost of capital
Cost of capital is dependent on the Debt/Equity ratio. Higher the debt equity ratio
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Employee Stock Options: Definitions and Key Concepts
Let's begin with the participants the grantee (employee) and grantor
(employer). The latter is the company that employs the grantee or
employee. A grantee can be an executive, or a wage or salaried work
CASH MANAGEMENT
CASH MANAGEMENT
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Give the nature of cash.
List out the motives for holding cash.
Discuss the objectives of cash management.
Narrate the aspects of cash management.
Give the meaning of cash budget, procedure, purpose
Employee Stock Options: Introduction
Employee stock options, or ESOs, represent one form of equity compensation
granted by companies to their employees and executives. They give the
holder the right to purchase the company stock at a specified price for a
Analyzing Chart Patterns: Introduction
Ever looked at the chart of a stock or commodity? Most likely, you have. Just about everyone
who has ever analyzed a security takes a look at the price movements of the past month, quarter,
year, etc.
For many analys
FINANCIAL SERVICES
Financial Services
Meaning:
All types of activities which are of a financial nature could be brought under the term financial
services.
The term Financial Services in a broad sense means mobilizing and allocating savings. Thus,
it inclu
Employee Stock Options: Comparisons To Listed Options
By John Summa
By John Summa, CTA, PhD, Founder of HedgeMyOptions.com and OptionsNerd.com
The biggest difference between listed options and ESOs is that ESOs are not
traded. This is the difference that
DEFINITION of 'Sharpe Ratio'
The Sharpe Ratio is a measure for calculating risk-adjusted return, and this ratio has become the
industry standard for such calculations. It was developed by Nobel laureate William F. Sharpe.
The Sharpe ratio is the average r
Bond and Equity Valuation Practice Problems
1.
The $1,000 face value ABC bond has a coupon rate of 6%, with interest paid semiannually, and matures in 5 years. If the bond is priced to yield 8%, what is the bond's
value today?
Ans: 918.891
2.
JonesCo has
Problems on time value, cost of capital, Payback period, NPV and IRR
1.
What will be the value of your portfolio at retirement if you deposit 10,000 every year
2.
in pension fund? You plan to retire in 40years and expect to earn 8% on your portfolio?
Supp
Bond and Equity Valuation Practice Problems
1.
The $1,000 face value ABC bond has a coupon rate of 6%, with interest paid semiannually, and matures in 5 years. If the bond is priced to yield 8%, what is the bond's
value today?
2.
JonesCo has decided to is
COST OF EQUITY
The cost of equity denoted by Ke is the minimum expected rate of
return that the firm's stockholders require. The cost of equity can be
measured using the dividend discount model or the Capital Asset
Pricing Model.
The dividend discount mod
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 1
Prof. R Madhumathi
Department of Management Studies
Module 1
Time value of Money
Present value and Future value of money
Compounding
Perpetuity
Present value and Future value
Future value (FV) and present value (PV) adjust all cas
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 1
Prof. R Madhumathi
Department of Management Studies
Module 1
Introduction
Time value of Money
Present value and Future value of money
Compounding
Perpetuity
Time Value of Money
The concept of time value is applicable to all
aspect
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 1
Prof. R Madhumathi
Department of Management Studies
Module 3
Capital Structure
Capital structure
Capital structure is the mix of debt and equity
financing for a business enterprise. Capital structure
can be fully equity financed, b
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 1
Prof. R Madhumathi
Department of Management Studies
Module 2
COST OF CAPITAL
SECURITIES
1. Corporate securities
Equity Shares
Preference Shares
Debentures
Bonds
Warrants
2. Deposits in banks and non-banking companies.
3. UTI and oth
NOTE: PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS HOW I HAVE SOLVED AND GOT THE ANSWER. YOUR ANSWER
MAY VARY DEPENDING UPON YOUR ASSUMPTIONS. ALSO IRR MAY VARY DEPENDING ON
TRIAL AND ERROR METHOD USED)
IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBT PLEASE DO ASK
1.
2.
3.
4.
($2,590,565.19)
($71,061
Capital structure problems
1. Nadus Corporation and Logis Corporation are identical in every way except their capital
structures. Nadus Corporation, an all-equity firm, has 5,000 shares of stock outstanding;
each share sells for $20. Logis Corporation use
Corporate Finance 15.402
Case 10: MW Petroleum
You have to present Apache's board of directors with a formal evaluation of the MW
properties that Apache is considering acquiring. You will pay particular attention to
identifying and valuing the several opt
Guesstimates
Some solutions for the book Guesstimation by
Weinstein & Adam
Anton Antonov
antononcube@gmail.com
http:/www.linkedin.com/pub/anton-antonov/7/879/89a
Introduction
In this notebook (article) I have shown the solutions of some problems from the
Quantitative Methods - I
EduPristine
CFA - Level I
EduPristine www.edupristine.com
Mapping to Curriculum
Reading 5: Time Value of Money
Reading 6: Discounted Cash Flow Applications
Reading 7: Statistical Concepts and Market Returns
EduPristine
CFA -
Chapter 6
Association between quantitative
variables
Scatter Plot
Salary vs saving
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180000
160000
140000
120000
100000
80000
60000
40000
20000
0
0
100000
200000
300000
400000
500000
600000
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Which is x axis and which is y axis?
Cause or explana
Association between categorical
variables
Chapter 5
Same example from Stine and Foster book
Host
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RecipeSource
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17619
Out of the 17619
visits, 516 resulted
in a purchase
Number of visits
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Chapter 7
Probability
Some known results
Probability of a tossed coin resulting in heads is
.
What is the probability of a tail?
Probability of getting 1 when a die is rolled is 1/6.
What is the probability of getting 2?
What is the probability that
HS701 Dev, Tech., and Global Order : Quick Reference Version : Draft (2007-01-17 11:55)
Author: Ramdas Rao
Globalisation
Lecture 1
Globalization : started in India in 1980
Other parts in 1890, but volume of trade was very low
1951 : economic planning of I
APOLLO HOSPITALS: DIFFERENTIATION THROUGH HOSPITALITY
1) What strategy should be used to reduce the numbers of complaints and
sustain the culture of excellence at Apollo hospitals, Bangalore under the
leadership of Dr Panyala ?
Quality Improvement Strateg
PRICE
BOEING'S MARKET
SHARE
Price
Total Market Demand
Market share
PRICE
No. of Boeing planes to be
produced and sold
Total Production Cost
Revenue
Profit
4.2
250.08
0.2 %
50.016
275.4842240693
210.0672
-65.4170240693
-65.4170240693
4.2
4.4
4.6
4.8
5
5.2
Inferential Statistics
Estimation
Hypothesis testing
Estimation
Point and interval estimation
Estimation
All managers estimate.
Fashionably, they are called guesstimations; however, we
are interested in estimates that are statistically robust.
Technica
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Careers in
Credit Research and Analysis
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AIM of this presentation
To define the Credit Research, Market & the services.
Provide an idea of its size and recent growth
Examine the career opportunities in the Credit
Research i