The Corporate Finance Course

Corporate Governance, Capital Budgeting, Cost of Capital, Leverage, Working Capital: Complete Corporate Finance Training
The Corporate Finance Course
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5h 39m



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The Corporate Finance Course

What you’ll learn

Prepare for a corporate finance careers
Impress interviewers by showing a strong an understanding of finance fundamentals and advanced topics concepts
Acquire an understanding of corporate governance, capital budgeting, cost of capital, measures of leverage, and working capital management

The Corporate Finance Course


No prior experience is required. We will start from the very basics


Do you want a career in the world of finance?Are you interested in understanding what drives business value from a financial perspective?You have come to the right place and at the right time!This course is a fantastic training opportunity that could help you win job interviews, excel on the job, and get promoted.We will study the five main areas of Corporate Finance:Corporate Governance – company stakeholders, stakeholder management, risks and benefits of corporate governance, the principal-agent relationship, environmental, social, and governance factors Capital Budgeting – principles of capital budgeting, mutually exclusive projects, project sequencing, and capital rationing, calculate and interpret net present value (NPV), IRR, payback period, discounted payback period, average accounting rate of return, profitability index (PI), compare the NPV and IRR methods, problems associated with IRRCost of Capital – Calculate and interpret the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) of a company, Describe how taxes affect the cost of capital from different capital sources, target capital structure in estimating WACC and how target capital structure weights may be determined, marginal cost of capital, cost of preferred stock, cost of equity using CAPM, cost of equity using bond-yield plus risk premium, beta and cost of capital for a project, considering country risk premiums, marginal cost of capital schedule, flotation costsLeverage – business risk, sales risk, operating risk, financial risk, degree of operating leverage, degree of financial leverage, degree of total leverage, analyze the effect of financial leverage on a company’s net income and return on equity, calculate the breakeven quantity of sales and determine the company’s net income at various sales levels, breakeven quantity of salesWorking Capital – trade receivables, inventories, trade payables, net working capital, business cycle, DSO, DPO, DIO, working capital efficiency, receivables turnover, inventory efficiencyEach of these sections contains practical examples and challenges aiming to reinforce what you have learned. The course is beautifully animated and interactive. Our goal is to deliver the ultimate training experience for you.We are happy to offer an unconditional 30-day money back in full guarantee. No risk for you. The content of the course is excellent, and this is a no-brainer for us, as we are certain you will love it.Why wait? Every day is a missed opportunity.Click the “Buy Now” button and become a part of our corporate finance training today.


Section 1: What Does the Course Cover?

Lecture 1 What Does the Course Cover?

Section 2: Working Capital Management

Lecture 2 Working Capital Management (Definition)

Lecture 3 Liquidity Management

Lecture 4 Liquidity Measures

Lecture 5 Asset Management Ratios

Lecture 6 Payables Turnover Ratio

Lecture 7 Liquidity Analysis (Example)

Lecture 8 Operating and Cash Conversion Cycles

Lecture 9 Net Daily Cash Position

Lecture 10 Yields on short-term securities

Lecture 11 Investment Policy Statement

Lecture 12 Accounts Receivable Management

Lecture 13 Inventory Management

Lecture 14 Accounts Payable Management

Lecture 15 Short-term Bank Funding Sources

Lecture 16 Short-term Non-bank Funding Sources

Lecture 17 Practice questions (Working Capital Management)-answers

Section 3: Capital Budgeting

Lecture 18 The Capital Budgeting Process

Lecture 19 Basic Principles of Capital Budgeting

Lecture 20 Engaging with Multiple Projects at a Time

Lecture 21 Net Present Value (NPV)

Lecture 22 Net Present Value: Example

Lecture 23 Internal Rate of Return (IRR)

Lecture 24 Payback Period

Lecture 25 Discounted Payback Period (DPBP)

Lecture 26 Average Accounting Rate of Return (AAR)

Lecture 27 Profitability Index (PI)

Lecture 28 NPV Profile

Lecture 29 Compare the NPV and IRR Methods

Lecture 30 Problems Associated with IRR

Lecture 31 The Relation Between NPV and Share Price

Lecture 32 Practice Questions (Capital Budgeting)

Lecture 33 Practice Questions (Answers with explanations)

Section 4: Cost of Capital

Lecture 34 The Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)

Lecture 35 Effect of Taxes on the Cost of Capital

Lecture 36 Use of Target Capital Structure in Estimating WACC

Lecture 37 Marginal Cost of Capital (MCC)

Lecture 38 The MCC’s Role in Determining the NPV

Lecture 39 Calculate the Cost of Debt

Lecture 40 Cost of Preferred Stock

Lecture 41 Calculate the Cost of Equity

Lecture 42 Components of CAPM

Lecture 43 Calculate the Cost of Equity with the Dividend Discount Model

Lecture 44 Bond Yield Plus Risk Premium Approach

Lecture 45 Calculate and Interpret Beta

Lecture 46 Calculate a Project’s Beta

Lecture 47 Estimate the Cost of Equity for Developing Countries

Lecture 48 Marginal Cost of Capital Schedule

Lecture 49 Flotation Costs

Lecture 50 Practice Questions (Cost of Capital)

Lecture 51 Practice Questions (Answers with explanations)

Section 5: Measures of Leverage

Lecture 52 Measures of Leverage

Lecture 53 Business and Financial Risk

Lecture 54 Calculate the Degree of Operating Leverage (DOL)

Lecture 55 Calculate the Degree of Financial Leverage (DFL)

Lecture 56 Calculate the Degree of Total Leverage (DTL)

Lecture 57 The Effect of Financial Leverage on a Company’s NI and ROE

Lecture 58 Calculate the Breakeven Quantity of Sales

Lecture 59 Calculate the Operating Breakeven Quantity of Sales

Lecture 60 Practice Questions (Measures of Leverage)

Lecture 61 Practice Questions (Answers with explanations)

Section 6: Corporate Governance and ESG: An Introduction

Lecture 62 Corporate Governance: Description

Lecture 63 Stakeholder Groups and Their Interests

Lecture 64 Stakeholder Conflicts

Lecture 65 Stakeholder Management

Lecture 66 Governance Mechanisms

Lecture 67 Board of Directors

Lecture 68 Board of Directors Committees

Lecture 69 Factors Influencing Corporate Governance

Lecture 70 Corporate Governance: Risks and Benefits

Lecture 71 Principles of Corporate Governance Analysis

Lecture 72 Environmental Factors and Social Considerations in Investment Analysis

Lecture 73 ESG Investing

Lecture 74 ESG Investing vs Fiduciary Duties

Lecture 75 Practice Questions (Corporate Governance and ESG: An Introduction)

Lecture 76 Practice Questions (Answers with explanations)

Section 7: Bonus-How to use a financial calculator

Lecture 77 Introduction

Lecture 78 Setting up the Financial Calculator

Lecture 79 Basic Calculations

Lecture 80 Time Value of Money

Lecture 81 Cash Flow Analysis

Lecture 82 Statistics

Lecture 83 Depreciation and Breakeven

Section 8: Formula Sheet

Lecture 84 Formula sheet

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Udemy | English | 5h 39m | 2.50 GB
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