Corporate finance is the area of finance dealing with the sources of funding and the capital structure of corporations and the actions that managers take to increase the value of the firm to the shareholders , as well as the tools and analysis used to allocate financial resources. This module will provide practical examples and further theory and research on corporate change events (specifically mergers, acquisitions and divestments) including stress (distressed) situations and for both strategic and financial sponsor deals, with an emphasis on the former as a private equity elective will be available in the third term.
Atif Mian and Amir Sufi ( 13936 ) offer persuasive evidence that it was an increase in the supply of finance to low-income borrowers – not an improvement in the credit quality of those borrowers – that drove lending, appreciation of house prices, and subsequent mortgage defaults.
The aim of this module is to develop an understanding of modern corporate finance so that the corporate manager, the treasurer, the investment banker, the financial analyst and the accountant will have the conceptual foundations for making intelligent assessments of key financial decisions.
Because firms are at the center of economic activity, and almost any topic of concern to economists -from microeconomic issues like incentives and risk sharing to macroeconomic issues such as currency crises – affects corporate financing and investment, it is however increasingly difficult to draw precise boundaries around the field.
Corporate finance and accounting professionals are responsible for managing a business’s money-forecasting where it will come from, knowing where it is, and helping its managers decide how to spend it in ways that will ensure the greatest return. This gives the Chief Executive Officer or the Chief Financial Officer the ability to see the information on the various areas of corporate finance very clearly. The module will make it possible for participants to acquire an understanding of the principal objectives and constraints of corporate risk management. Stay tuned for more such updates related to merchant banking and other finance avenues. Secara umum ada beberapa karakteristik yang melekat dalam praktek good corporate governance.