|CREDITS||9 credits during the 3nd year of 8699 Economics (L-33) GENOVA|
|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||SECS-P/09|
|TEACHING LOCATION||GENOVA (Economics)|
You can take the exam for this unit if you passed the following exam(s):
Corporate Finance is about companies, investors, and their interaction in financial markets. Essentially, companies make decisions (how to raise capital, how to invest that capital, …) and investors react to those decisions by bidding the company’s stock and bond prices up or down. During this course we will look at this interaction from the point of view of both companies and investors, with a special emphasis on companies.
The course aims at explaining how to use financial theory to solve practical problems concerning corporate finance. In details the course analyses capital budgeting techniques
After studying this course, students should be able to:
identify the key themes in corporate finance
explain the role of finance in an organisation
explain and analyse the interrelationship between finance and governance
analyse the relationship between strategic decision making and corporate financing decisions
evaluate a project using different techniques
calculate cost of equity using Capital Asset Pricing Model
understand the main drivers of financing decisions.
Parte I - Investment Prject Evaluation
Parte II- Cost of Equity
Parte III - CAPITAL STRUCTURE
Office hours: Office hours are published on aulaweb course page at the beginning of the course For other hours please contact the teacher via email. Always check Aulaweb news for update and changes
LAURA NIERI (President)
MARCO DI ANTONIO
Final written exam.
Students that attend lectures regularly may choose the 'continuos valuation method' that implies 3-4 assignments and an intermediate exam.
The exam includes:
Students attending this course are required to have a thorough understanding of Business administration.
They should also have a good knowledge of Financial mathematics and Accounting.