KMBN 204 Financial Management and Corporate Finance, AKTU MBA Semester 2

Abhishek Dayal

Welcome to the dedicated web page for the AKTU MBA Semester 2 course on Financial Management and Corporate Finance (KMBN 204). This course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of financial principles, strategies, and practices that are integral to effective corporate financial management.


AKTU MBA
Semester 2
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND CORPORATE FINANCE
KMBN 204
 

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AKTU MBA Semester 2 Financial Management and Corporate Finance KMBN 204



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In today's complex business landscape, financial management plays a crucial role in the success and sustainability of organizations. This course aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to make sound financial decisions, manage resources effectively, and maximize shareholder value.


Unit 1 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND CORPORATE FINANCE


S.No. TOPIC
1 Corporate Finance & its scope
2 Corporate Governance and Agency Problem
3 Corporate valuation Models
4 Asset Based Valuation Model
5 Earning based Valuation Model
6 Cash flow-based Model
7 CAPM Model
8 APT
9 EVA Analysis
10 Introduction to start-up finance
11 Financial Decisions
12 Time Value of Money

Unit 2 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND CORPORATE FINANCE


S.No. TOPIC
1 Concept of Opportunity Cost
2 Cost of Debenture
3 Preference and Equity capital
4 Composite Cost of Capital
5 Cash Flows as Profit
6 components of Cash Flows
7 Capital Budgeting Decisions
8 Calculation of NPV and IRR
9 Excel Application in Analyzing Projects

Unit 3 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND CORPORATE FINANCE


S.No. TOPIC
1 Financial Decision: Capital Structure
2 Relevance and Irrelevancy theory
3 Leverage analysis
4 Financial Leverage along with its implications
5 Operating Leverage along with its implications
6 Combined leverage along with its implications
7 EBIT EPS Analysis
8 Point of Indifference

Unit 4 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND CORPORATE FINANCE


S.No. TOPIC
1 Dividend Relevance
2 Factors affecting Dividend Policy
3 Forms of Dividends
4 Types of Dividend Policies
5 Dividend Models
6 Walter and Gordon Model
7 Miller- Modigliani (MM) Hypothesis

Unit 5 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND CORPORATE FINANCE



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Throughout this course, students will explore various aspects of financial management and corporate finance, including financial analysis, capital budgeting, risk and return, cost of capital, capital structure, dividend policy, working capital management, and financial markets and instruments. By studying these topics, students will develop a deep understanding of the financial principles and techniques used to optimize financial performance and support strategic objectives.


The course curriculum is designed to blend theoretical concepts with practical applications, allowing students to gain hands-on experience in financial analysis, planning, and decision-making. Through case studies, simulations, and real-world examples, students will learn how to apply financial theories and models to analyze financial statements, evaluate investment opportunities, and manage financial risks effectively.


Our experienced faculty members bring a wealth of expertise in financial management and corporate finance, ensuring that students receive the latest industry insights and best practices. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to engage in discussions, workshops, and guest lectures to deepen their understanding of financial management concepts and their applications in corporate settings.


By the end of this course, students will not only have a solid foundation in financial management principles but also possess the analytical skills and strategic mindset necessary to navigate the complexities of corporate finance and drive financial success in organizations.


We are excited to embark on this journey with you as we explore the fascinating world of financial management and corporate finance together.