Courses Bachelor Display 2020-2021
|Financial Management and Policy
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This course provides substantial background for several other advanced finance courses. This course covers important concepts and theories related to the financial management of firms.
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Topic coverage includes: asset valuation, real options, capital structure, cost of capital, Hybrid Financing, dividend policy, corporate liabilities, IPOs and M&As. Throughout the course, practical applications of financial concepts and techniques will be carried out with the use of cases.
Brigham and Daves, Intermediate Financial Management, 10th edition. SouthWestern, 2009.
Second year course in finance
Knowledge and understanding of finance (level comparable to course Finance).
Exchange students need to have taken at least one introductory finance course
An advanced level of English
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