Corporate Financial Analysis with Microsoft Excel / Edition 1

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Overview

Executive guidance for

enhancing business management

through spreadsheets

Learning from spreadsheet models is cheaper, faster, and less hazardous than learning in the real

world. Corporate Financial Analysis with Microsoft® Excel® contains numerous examples demonstrating

how to use spreadsheet models to help you manage more effectively under a wide range of

conditions and assumptions. You’ll learn how to use Excel’s powerful tools to:

  • Perform sensitivity analysis and alert managers to the financial

    impact of unexpected conditions that might occur

  • Identify the best strategies to maximize profits,

    minimize costs, and achieve other goals

  • Use Monte Carlo simulation to provide a complete picture of the risks

    and probabilities of doing business in an uncertain environment

Corporate Financial Analysis with Microsoft® Excel® provides practical, real-life examples to help you

relate to both the quantitative and qualitative sides of business management. In addition to using

spreadsheets for analysis, you will learn how to apply them in management presentations that are

convincing, and be able to justify your recommendations.

Corporate Financial Analysis with Microsoft® Excel® helps you become a better manager and decisionmaker—

not just a skilled spreadsheet programmer. In today’s evolving markets, it is a must-have

toolbox of skills for every manager.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071628853
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/19/2009
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 512
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Francis J. Clauss, Ph.D., teaches in the

MBA program at Golden Gate University’s

School of Business. He earned his Ph.D.

from the University of Michigan and has

both technical and management experience

in the steel, chemical, and aerospace industries.

He lives in Palo Alto, California.

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Table of Contents

1: Corporate Financial Statements
2: Analysis of Financial Statements
3: Forecasting Annual Revenues
4: Forecasting Financial Statements
5: Forecasting Seasonal Revenues
6: Time Value of Money
7: Cash Budgeting
8: Cost of Capital
9: Profits, Leverage
10: Depreciation, Taxes
11: Capital Budgeting
12: Applications of Capital Budgeting
13: Capital Budgeting: Risk Analysis
14: Capital Budgeting: Monte Carlo

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