代写澳洲作业:Finance for Management

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The module aims to provide students with a sound theoretical and practical understanding of the principal areas of company financial management. Students are expected to adopt a critical approach to the analysis of theoretical concepts.



Learning Outcomes:


On completion of the module students will have achieved the following:


1.    An understanding of the fundamental theoretical concepts of company finance.


2.    The ability to apply numerical techniques to corporate finance代写 situations.


3.         An appreciation of the relevance of corporate finance principles to day-to-day financial management.


Learning Process:


The module is delivered by means of weekly lectures and seminars.  Seminar questions usually deal with miniature case studies covering the subject matter of the previous lecture.  In this way, students gain experience of the practical applications of the theory of corporate finance.  Students are expected to tackle the case study prior to the seminar and to be prepared to participate in seminar discussions.


The foregoing teaching strategy is designed to give the students proficiency in the technical and computational aspects, which are fundamental to competence in this subject.


Assessment Method:


The coursework, amounting to 50% each of the total marks is designed to give students the opportunity to critically review the process of a major corporate finance decision applicable to real life scenarios.


  List of topics (subject to change):

The Finance Function

An Overview of Investment Appraisal Techniques

Capital Market Efficiency 

Sources of Short Term Finance

Sources of Long Term Finance

Cost of Capital

Capital Structure

Dividend Policy

Capital Asset Pricing

Managing Working Capital




Core Text:


Watson, D. and Head A                     Corporate Finance - Principles and Practice

                                                            (FT Pitman 5th Ed 2010)


Peter Atrill                                      “Financial Management for Decision Makers”

 (FT Prentice Hall 6th Ed 2012)


Hillier, D., Ross, S., Westerfield, R.  “Corporate Finance” McGraw Hill (2010)

Jaffe, J. and Jordan, B.


Supplementary Reading:


Arnold, G.                                Corporate Financial Management

                                                 (FT Pitman 3rd Ed 2005)


McLaney, E. J.                                    "Business Finance for Decision Makers"

                                                            (FT Prentice Hall 7th Ed. 2005)



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