COURSE TITLE: CORPORATE FINANCE
COURSE CODE: SBRM6030
The main objective is to provide an understanding of corporate finance concepts and decision making in competitive financial markets from the point of view of risk managers. This course serves as an introduction to corporate finance and financial management for students pursuing the masters in Enterprise Risk Management.
The course’s objective is to provide a framework, concepts, and tools for analyzing corporate finance problems and issues, based on the fundamental principles of modern financial theory, with an understanding of application to “real-world” situations. The approach is rigorous and analytical. Topics covered include discounted cash flow techniques, cash flow development and analysis, required returns and the cost of capital, corporate capital budgeting, company and security valuation, working capital management, capital structure and company restructuring issues. In all cases an underlying focus will be on the analysis of risk and the tools of risk mitigation from a corporate finance perspective.