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LECTURE 1 – INSTITUTIONAL AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR FINANCIAL REPORTING WHAT IS FINANCE? • limited providers of funds (lenders) vs. limitless users of funds (borrowers) o lenders supply funds to financial markets and acquire financial products; borrowers received funds and issue financial products • financial/financial derivatives markets: o stock o foreign exchange o debt capital and money FINANCIAL MANAGER • responsible for flow of cash within a company and making a decision on where to invest the funds • investment decision (capital budgeting): what long-term investments should the firm take on? o purchase of real assets (real assets: asset that can be put to productive use to generate return e.g. machinery and equipment) o what real assets should the firm invest in to operate its business and generate cash flows? • type of assets? • how many assets? o when to shutdown and dispose assets? o purchase of intangible assets e.g. patents/shares o development of process to evaluate the desirability of asset purchases (capital budgeting evaluation) • financing decision (capital structure): where will we get the long-term financing to pay for the investment?

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Investment Corporate finance Mathematical finance Fundamental analysis Financial markets Net present value Valuation Rate of return Capital budgeting Free cash flow Finance Dividend policy
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limitless users of funds (borrowers) o lenders supply funds to financial markets and acquire financial products; borrowers received funds and issue financial products • financial/financial derivatives markets: o stock o foreign exchange o debt capital and money FINANCIAL MANAGER • responsible for flow of cash within a company and making a decision on where to invest the funds • investment decision (capital budgeting): what long-term investments should the firm take on o purchase of real assets (real assets: asset that can be put to productive use to generate return e.g. machinery and equipment) o what real assets should the firm invest in to operate its business and generate cash flows ▪ type of assets ▪ how many assets o when to shutdown and dispose assets o purchase of intangible as...
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