Corporate Financial Management, 5th Edition

Includes MyFinanceLab

By Glen Arnold
January 2013
Pearson Education
Distributed By Trans-Atlantic Publications
ISBN: 9780273759003
1,112 Pages
$145.00 Paper Original


This package includes a physical copy of Corporate Financial Management, 5/e by Glen Arnold as well as access to the eText and MyFinanceLab. 

Explore how finance theory works in practice with Corporate Financial Management, 5/e. Find out how financial decisions are made within a firm, how projects are appraised to make investment decisions, how to evaluate risk and return, where to raise finance from and how, ultimately, to create value.

"Very comprehensive material, excellent explanations, great examples well illustrated graphically."
Professor Austin
University of Portsmouth, UK

This pack is comprised of a copy of Corporate Financial Management 5/e and an access card with code which will enable students and instructors to take advantage of the extra support available in MyFinanceLab. Visit www.myfinancelab.com to learn more.

Contents:

Topics covered in the book
Introduction to the book
Guided tour
Using MyFinanceLab
Acknowledgements

PART ONE: INTRODUCTION
1. The Financial World

PART TWO: THE INVESTMENT DECISION
2. Project appraisal: net present value and internal rate of return
3. Project appraisal: cash flow and applications
4. The decision-making process for investment appraisal
5. Project appraisal: capital rationing, taxation and inflation

PART THREE: RISK AND RETURN
6. Risk and project appraisal
7. Portfolio theory
8. The Capital Asset Pricing Model and multi-factor models

PART FOUR: SOURCES OF FINANCE
9. Stock markets
10. Raising equity capital
11. Long-term debt finance
12. Short-term and medium-term finance
13. Stock Market Efficiency

PART FIVE: CORPORATE VALUE
14. Value-based management
15. Value-creation metrics
16. The cost of capital
17. Valuing shares
18. Capital structure
19. Dividend policy
20. Mergers

PART SIX: MANAGING RISK
21. Derivatives
22. Managing Exchange-Rate Risk

Glossary
Bibliography
Index




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