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Textbook summary of AFC2140

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This is my entire summary of the AFC2140 texbook (Fundamentals of Corporate Finance by Parrino, Kidwell, Au Yong, Morkel-Kingsbury, Dempsey & Murray)

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Finance Capital budgeting Net present value Discounted cash flow Investment Business Mathematical finance Corporate finance Financial economics Economics Fixed income analysis Cash flow Internal rate of return
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Finance Capital budgeting Net present value Discounted cash flow Investment Business Mathematical finance Corporate finance Financial economics Economics Fixed income analysis Cash flow Internal rate of return
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1.1 The role of the financial manager - Financial manager should make decisions that maximize the value of the owners’ shares. This helps maximize the owner’s wealth – being the economic value of the assets someone possesses. Stakeholders - Stakeholder: anyone other than an owner with a claim on the cash flows of a company, including employees(salary), suppliers(goods), creditors(interest) and the government(tax). It’s all about cash flows - To produce goods, need long-term or productive assets. - Productive assets: tangible assets (equipment, machinery) or intangible (patents, intellectual cap). - When buying long-term assets, decision making process is called capital budgeting. - Financing decisions ways companies obtain and manage long-term financing to acquire and support productive assets. - Two basic ...
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