FIN 7250 Corporate Financial Management (3 units)
This course intends to introduce students with the principles and practices of financing, and corporate financial management. Fundamental concepts and applications of financial management in a dynamic financial market environment will be covered in the course, to develop students’ knowledge of fundamental financial management and their ability in understanding corporate decision in short-term and long-term financing, investing and financial planning. In particular, the function of financial institutions and capital market, the valuation, risks and returns of financial assets, the capital structure and cost of capital, debt services, budgeting and budgetary control and working capital management will be covered in this course. Students should obtain, through this course, a comprehension of the updated development of the theories and practices of corporate financial management.
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