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1 The Lee Kong Chian School of Business Academic Year 2015 /16 Term 1 FNCE101 FINANCE Instructor : Dr Chiraphol New Chiyachantana Tittle : Assistant Professor of Finance (Education) Tel : Office : LKCSB #4047 COURSE DESCRIPTION This course serves as an introduction to managerial finance. The aim is to provide students with a strong foundation in finance. Students will be exposed to key financial concepts and tools commonly used by managers in making sound financial decisions, which include time value of money, risk-return analysis, asset pricing and cost of capital. The course focuses on basic financial activities undertaken by a firm to create value for its shareholders. These activities include financial planning and management, investing and financing. LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of this course, students will be able to: Describe important financial management decisions and forms of business organizations; explain the goal of financial management; explain agency problems; and describe the characteristics of a well-functioning securities market; Interpret balance sheets, income statements; compare and contrast cash flows from operating, investing, and financing activities; and conduct ratio analyses to analyse various aspects of a company s financial health; Calculate and interpret annual percentage rate and effective annual rate; solve time value of money problems for both single cash flow and multiple cash flow problems (Ordinary annuity, annuity due, growing annuity, and perpetuity); and understand the calculation of fixed-payment amortization; Calculate and interpret results using each of the following methods to evaluate capital projects: payback period, discounted payback period, net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR) (and the potential problems with IRR), and profitability index; identify various types of costs, such as sunk costs, opportunity costs, and side effects; and forecast future cash flows with Pro Forma financial statements; State various forms of investment returns; calculate and interpret the difference of arithmetic average and geometric average returns; calculate sample and population mean and standard deviation of returns on a single asset; explain risk-return tradeoffs across asset classes based on historical evidence; Calculate mean and standard deviation of returns on portfolios; understand the correlation between assets and diversification benefit; differentiate systematic vs. unsystematic risk; explain the capital asset pricing model (CAMP), security market line (SML), and asset beta, and the effects on asset expected returns and risk tradeoff; estimate asset beta using tools such as Excel spreadsheet; explain various forms of efficient market hypotheses and their practical implications; Estimate the values of common stocks and preferred stocks, using the discount dividend models (DDM), free cash flow valuation models, and market ratio models; Contrast the theoretical irrelevance of dividend policy with how it is often relevant in practice, including high, low, and residual dividend policies; explain the basic properties stock repurchase and its relation with cash dividend; Explain contractual properties of bonds, special bond features, and bond quotations; calculate and interpret various bond yields (current yield, yield-to-maturity, and realized return); explain the steps in the bond valuation process; explain the difference between nominal and real rate and the effect of inflation; explain factors driving the bond yields; and explain the interest rate risk and the term structure of interest rate, and the effects on bond valuation; Calculate and interpret the cost of equity, cost of debt, and the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) of a company; explain the effect of tax subsidy on cost of debt and WACC; calculate and interpret flotation costs; explain the pure play approach of estimating WACC for multi-sector companies; 1

4 4 Stock Valuation and Dividend Decision Common and Preferred Stocks Determining common stock values Cash Dividends and Dividend Payment Does Dividend Policy Matter? Dividend Policy in Practice Determining preferred stock values 5 Bond Valuation Bonds and Bond Valuation Determinants of Bond Yields Inflation and Interest Rates Bond Ratings More on Bond Features Quiz I (Wk 1-4) 6 Option Valuation Fundamentals of Option Valuation Valuing a Call/Put Option Factors affecting Call/Put Option 7 The Cost of Capital The Cost of Capital The Cost of Equity The Costs of Debt and Preferred Stock The Weighted Average Cost of Capital Ch 8, 18 Ch 7 Ch 14 Ch 15 8 Recess Midterm Exam (Wk 1-6) Date: TBA Venue: TBA 9 Investment Criteria Capital Budgeting The Payback Rule The Discounted Payback Net Present Value The Internal Rate of Return The Practice of Capital Budgeting Project Analysis and Investment Decision What is Break-Even Analysis? Accounting Break-even quantity Cash Break-even quantity Financial Break-even quantity The Capital Structure The Effect of Financial Leverage Business vs. financial risk What is capital structure? Finding Optimal Capital Structure M&M Propositions Ch 9, 10, 11 Ch 17 Quiz II (Wk 7-11) 12 Student Project Presentation I 4

5 13 Student Project Presentation II 14 Revision and Q&A 15 Final Examination (Wk 7-13) 5

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