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FINC-212 Advanced Financial Management
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This course provides an extensive coverage of corporate finance theory and the applicability of this theory for the financial manager. Topics include: capital budgeting under uncertainty; the relevance of capital structure decisions on security valuation and riskiness; the theory and practice of dividend policy; implications of financial market efficiency for management; risks and rewards of international financial markets; security valuation including the use of option pricing models; the market for corporate control; risk management through the use of options and future contracts; financial engineering; corporate restructuring and bankruptcy. Cases are used. Prerequisite: Business Financial Management.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: MSB Students, FINC 211
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