FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Marymol John
BVoc Banking & Financial Services
₹1,000.00
  • 50 students
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  • 14 week duration
50 students

 

 

 

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

COURSE CODE : BFSC404

SEMESTER – 4

 

 

Financial Management is concerned with the acquisition and conservation of capital funds in meeting the financial needs and overall objectives of business enterprise. Financial management is one of the important parts of overall management, which is directly related with various functional departments like personnel, marketing and production.

Course objectives:

  • To make the students aware of various sources of fund and the risk associated with it.
  • To make students have an idea about various financial decisions like financing, investing and dividend
  • To make students learn to apply financial management theories and practices to the financial decision-making process.

REFERENCES:

  • Chandra, Prasanna,. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, Tata McGraw Hill, Delhi.
  • Bhabatosh Banerjee, FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL
    MANAGEMENT, PHI, Delhi, 2010.
  • Chandra Bose D, FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, PHI, Delhi, 2010.
  • Preeti Singh, FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, Ane, 2011.
  • Module 1 : FINANCE FUNCTIONS

    Definition and scope of finance functions – Profit maximization v/s wealth maximization goal - Organisation of Finance Function- short term - Bank sources - Long term - shares - debentures, preferred stock – debt

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  • Module 2 : WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT

    Concept - Determinants – cash management - Receivables management (Basic problems only).

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  • Module 3 : FINANCING DECISIONS

    Cost of Capital - cost of specific source of capital - Equity - preferred stock - debt - reserves - weighted average cost of capital. Capital structure - factors influencing capital structure capital optimum capital structure -Theories of capital structure – Leverage, meaning and types (Basic problems)

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  • Module 4 : DIVIDEND DECISIONS

    Meaning and significance of dividend decision - Modigliani and Miller Approach - theory of relevance – Walter’s model – Gordon’s model – Corporate Dividend practice in India (Avoid problems)

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  • Module 5 : EVALUATION OF PROJECT REPORTS

    Technical Evaluation- Financial Evaluation- Calculation on Internal Rate of Return- Calculation of Payback Period- Using Net Present Value to accept or reject a Project- Using DCF techniques to evaluate projects- Scensitivity Analysis

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