Managerial Finance. MGMT-2020 Fall 2011

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1 Managerial Finance MGMT-2020 Fall 2011 Instructor Dr. C. Bülent Aybar Classroom Emerson Hall 101 Monday 7:35-9:35 Communication Teaching Associate : Daniel Kim Course webpage : Course Description Objectives The course deals with managing business funds and planning their use to accomplish organizational objectives. It covers the following: techniques of financial analysis and planning such as ratio analysis, pro forma projections and discounted cash flow analysis; domestic and international financial environments; the sources and uses of funds; problems of capital structure; capital budgeting and cost of capital; mergers and approaches to business valuation; international financial management. Prerequisite: Introductory accounting or equivalent.. Methodology I will use lectures, case discussions and overview of topical issues to create a rich learning environment in class. I will emphasize theory and analytics, but also teach the course from an applied perspective. Course Requirements Students are expected to carefully review the assigned reading materials before each session, diligently work on the assigned problems/questions and cases, and to participate actively in the class discussions. You should be prepared to spend significant time to digest the material, to work on the assignments and case studies. Timely submission of the assigned work is critical. Late submissions will not be accepted. Best Preparation Method: You should invariably read the assigned chapters and supplementary materials before you come to the class and go over the assigned exercises and cases. After the end of each session, you should review handouts, your notes and highlights in your readings. I would strongly recommend you to review the end of chapter questions on a regular basis. I will provide the solutions for these questions. Textbook and Resources Principles of Managerial Finance, Gitman & Zutter 13 th Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2011 ISBN: Financial Calculator (If you do not have one, purchase an inexpensive one) For basic calculator tutorials you can use HBS Publishing Online Course pack (See the instructions below) Subscription to WSJ strongly recommended 1

2 Assignments: Exams: 1. Case Analyses (Graded) We will use seven case studies in the class. You are expected to prepare a write up for two out of the following four cases. Ocean Carriers Midland Energy Blain s Kitchenware Linear Technologies However, you should be prepared to discuss all seven cases in the class. The case write ups are due on the day we discuss the cases. Case Analysis Guide : Your write up should be analytical rather than descriptive of the contents of the case. Your analysis should be geared towards identification of key questions and problems, evaluation of the situations, and offering alternatives and solutions as well as discussing pros & cons of alternatives suggested. You should choose one alternative as a decision maker, and provide a clear reasoning for your decision. Since most cases used in the class require a composite of careful thinking, conceptualization, quantitative analysis and some form of decision making your analyses will be evaluated based on breadth and depth of your thought process documented in your submitted paper. 2. Problems Sets This assignment was designed to facilitate learning through problems sets addressing key issues covered in the lectures. There will be two exams. Exam-I (take home) will cover chapters 1 through 8 and will practically address the issues covered in the first half of the class. The Exam-II will cover the second half of the class and will be administered in class. You will be allowed to use a four page cheat sheet in the second exam. Both exams will be a mixture of multiple choice and short problems. Make up exams are available only for officially documented cases. Late submissions of take home exam will not be accepted. Grading: Exam-I 25 Case Write Ups x 2 20 Problems Sets (x4) 20 Attendance & Participation 1 10 Exam-II 25 Total Attendance & Participation refers to consistent, constructive and creative engagement in the class with the instructor and your peers. You are expected to make non trivial remarks, bring up interesting issues for discussion and offer clarifying comments to enhance your peer s understanding during the class discussions. Quality and substance of your contributions will determine your participation grade. 2

3 95 < A C A C B C B 54> F B- Academic Honesty Policy Students who enrol in courses for credit are expected to attend all classes, take the midterm and final examinations, and complete all other coursework. If a student is absent from a class meeting for any reason, including registering late, it is the student's responsibility to make up all work from that class. All work submitted to meet course requirements is expected to be the student's own work. A student suspected of academic dishonesty in any form is subject to review and disciplinary action by the Summer School Administrative Board. Disciplinary action may include, but is not limited to, required withdrawal from the course and/or required withdrawal from the Extension School. Extension School regulations regarding academic honesty are discussed in detail in the Extension School student handbook. How to purchase the HBS Course pack? Course pack link: You can purchase the course pack from the above link. First click on the link and follow the instructions to register on the HBS site. You need to create a user name and password. When you are done log out. After you complete the steps listed above click on the link once more. This time login by using your user name and password. Follow the instructions to purchase the course pack. Your institution/school is Harvard Extension School. The course title is Managerial Finance Fall Instructor name is Bulent Aybar. 3

4 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE August 29 th Session-1: Introduction Gitman Chps 1 and 2 September 12 th Course Logistics Introduction to Managerial Finance Financial Markets Session-2: Financial Statements and Ratio Analysis Key components of the stockholders report: the income statement, balance sheet, statement of retained earnings, and the statement of cash flows. Evaluation of financial statements using ratio analysis. Liquidity, Activity, Debt, Profitability and Market Ratios. DuPont Analysis Required Readings Gitman Chp 3 Stanford GSB Case: Costco Wholesale Corporation Financial Statement Analysis (A) [No case write up required, read the case carefully for class discussion] Drivers of Industry Financial Structure [No write up is required; read the case for class discussion] Assessing A Company s Future Financial Health, Kester et.al September 19 th Session-3: Cash Flows and Financial Planning Cash Budget Pro forma income and balance sheet Operating cash flow and Free Cash Flow Depreciation of assets Sources and uses of cash and statement of cash flows Required Readings Gitman Chp 4 HBS Case: Advanced Medical Technologies Corporation [No case write up is required, read the case for class discussion] September 26 th Session-4: Time Value of Money The PV and FV of a sum The present and future values of an annuity Intra-year compounding, Mixed cash flow streams 4

5 Mixed cash flows with an embedded annuity Perpetuities, Deposits to accumulate a future sum Loan amortization. Required Readings Gitman Chp 5 Assignment Problem Set-1 is Due October 3rd Session-5: Bond Valuation Interest rates, yield curves, and required returns. Major types of bonds Bond Valuation Gitman Chapter 6 October 17 th Session-6: Stock Valuation Common Stock Valuation Constant and Variable Growth Models Dividend Discount Model and Free Cash Flow Models Gitman Chapter 7 Assignment Problem Set-2 is Due October 24 th Session-7: Risk and Return Risk-Return Nexus Risk Measurement Portfolio Diversification Capital Asset Pricing Model Gitman Chapter 8 Exam-I will be handed out on this session. No electronic copies will be made available. Please make sure that you pick up your exam in the 5

6 class. The exam is due on October 31 st October 31 st Session-8: Cost of Capital Capital Structure WACC Refinements on WACC Gitman Chapter 11 A Practical Guide to Calculation of Cost of Capital HBS Case: Midland Energy Resources (Preliminary Class Discussion) Assignment Problem Set-3 is Due 7 th Session-9: Capital Budgeting The steps in the capital budgeting process The basics of determining relevant after-tax cash flows of a project Capital Budgeting Techniques Risk and Refinements on Capital Budgeting Gitman Chapters 10,11 Assignments Case Write up Midland Energy Resources is Due 14 th Session-10: Capital Budgeting-2 The steps in the capital budgeting process The basics of determining relevant after-tax cash flows of a project Capital Budgeting Techniques Risk and Refinements on Capital Budgeting 21 st Gitman Chapter 12 HBS Case : Ocean Carriers Assignments: HBS Case Write Up Ocean Carriers Session-11: Leverage and Capital Structure Operating & Financial Leverage 6

7 Optimal Capital Structure Capital Structure in Practice Gitman Chapter 13 How CFOs Make Capital Budgeting and Capital Structure Decisions, JACF Capital Structure Puzzle Revisited, JACF 28 th Session-13: Leverage and Capital Structure Capital Structure Changes and Value Implications HBS Case: Blaine Kitchenware Inc: Capital Structure HBS#4040 Assignments Case Write Up : Blaine Kitchenware Inc: Capital Structure HBS#4040 December 5 th December 12 th Session-14: Redistribution Decisions Dividend Policy and Firm Value Dividends vs. Stock Repurchases Gitman Chapter 13 HBS Case: Dividend Policy at Linear Technologies HBS# Assignments: Case Write-up Dividend Policy at Linear Technologies Session-15: Working Capital Management Current Asset Management Current Liabilities Management Gitman Chapters 15 and 16 Assignments: Problem Set-4 is Due December 19 th Exam-II (In Class) 7

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