Schaum's Outline of Financial Management / Edition 2

Schaum's Outline of Financial Management / Edition 2

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by Shim, Joel G. Siegel
     
 

ISBN-10: 0070579229

ISBN-13: 9780070579224

Pub. Date: 01/01/1998

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The

Designed for both undergraduate and graduate students, this popular study guide­­25,000 copies were bought of the first edition!­­ covers everything from financial analysis and forecasting, planning and budgeting to leverage and capital structure, mergers and acquisitions and multinational business finance. This closest-thing-to-a-personal-tutor

Overview

Designed for both undergraduate and graduate students, this popular study guide­­25,000 copies were bought of the first edition!­­ covers everything from financial analysis and forecasting, planning and budgeting to leverage and capital structure, mergers and acquisitions and multinational business finance. This closest-thing-to-a-personal-tutor includes many problems with fully worked out solutions and a comprehensive exam. It's ideal for independent study, as preparation for CMA and CFA exams and for professional review.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780070579224
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
01/01/1998
Series:
Schaum Outline Series
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
480
Product dimensions:
8.18(w) x 10.84(h) x 0.81(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
1(17)
1.1 The Goals of Managerial Finance
1(1)
1.2 The Role of Financial Managers
2(1)
1.3 Agency Problems
3(1)
1.4 Financial Decisions and Risk-Return Trade-Off
3(1)
1.5 Basic Forms of Business Organization
4(1)
1.6 The Financial Institutions and Markets
5(1)
1.7 Corporate Tax Structure
6(12)
Chapter 2 FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
18(50)
2.1 The Scope and Purpose of Financial Analysis
18(1)
2.2 Financial Statement Analysis
18(1)
2.3 Horizontal Analysis
18(2)
2.4 Vertical Analysis
20(1)
2.5 Ratio Analysis
21(10)
2.6 Summary and Limitations of Ratio Analysis
31(1)
2.7 Cash Basis of Preparing the Statement of Changes in Financial Position
32(1)
2.8 The Statement of Cash Flows
33(35)
Chapter 3 FINANCIAL FORECASTING, PLANNING, AND BUDGETING
68(29)
3.1 Financial Forecasting
68(1)
3.2 Percent-of-Sales Method of Financial Forecasting
68(2)
3.3 The Budget, or Financial Plan
70(1)
3.4 The Structure of the Budget
70(8)
3.5 A Shortcut Approach to Formulating the Budget
78(1)
3.6 Computer-Based Models for Financial Planning and Budgeting
79(18)
Chapter 4 THE MANAGEMENT OF WORKING CAPITAL
97(34)
4.1 Managing Net Working Capital
97(1)
4.2 Current Assets
98(1)
4.3 Cash Management
98(6)
4.4 Management of Accounts Receivable
104(6)
4.5 Inventory Management
110(21)
Chapter 5 SHORT-TERM FINANCING
131(23)
5.1 Introduction
131(1)
5.2 Trade Credit
131(1)
5.3 Bank Loans
132(2)
5.4 Bankers' Acceptances
134(1)
5.5 Commerical Finance Company Loans
135(1)
5.6 Commercial Paper
135(1)
5.7 Receivable Financing
136(3)
5.8 Inventory Financing
139(2)
5.9 Other Assets
141(13)
Examination I: Chapters 1-5
154(4)
Chapter 6 TIME VALUE OF MONEY
158(13)
6.1 Introduction
158(1)
6.2 Future Values -- Compounding
158(2)
6.3 Present Value -- Discounting
160(1)
6.4 Applications of Future Values and Present Values
161(10)
Chapter 7 RISK, RETURN, AND VALUATION
171(29)
7.1 Risk Defined
171(3)
7.2 Portfolio Risk and Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)
174(4)
7.3 Bond and Stock Valuation
178(4)
7.4 Determining Interest-Rate Risk
182(18)
Chapter 8 CAPITAL BUDGETING (INCLUDING LEASING)
200(54)
8.1 Capital Budgeting Decisions Defined
200(1)
8.2 Measuring Cash Flows
200(2)
8.3 Capital Budgeting Techniques
202(5)
8.4 Mutually Exclusive Investments
207(1)
8.5 The Modified Internal Rate of Return (MIRR)
208(1)
8.6 Comparing Projects with Unequal Lives
209(1)
8.7 The Concept of Abandonment Value
210(1)
8.8 Capital Rationing
211(1)
8.9 Capital Budgeting Decisions and the Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MACRS)
212(3)
8.10 Leasing
215(2)
8.11 Capital Budgeting and Inflation
217(37)
Chapter 9 CAPITAL BUDGETING UNDER RISK
254(26)
9.1 Introduction
254(1)
9.2 Measures of Risk
254(1)
9.3 Risk Analysis in Capital Budgeting
255(3)
9.4 Correlation of Cash Flows Over Time
258(1)
9.5 Normal Distribution and NPV Analysis: Standardizing the Dispersion
259(2)
9.6 Portfolio Risk and the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)
261(19)
Chapter 10 COST OF CAPITAL
280(25)
10.1 Cost of Capital Defined
280(1)
10.2 Computing Individual Costs of Capital
280(3)
10.3 Measuring the Overall Cost of Capital
283(2)
10.4 Level of Financing and the Marginal Cost of Capital (MCC)
285(20)
Chapter 11 LEVERAGE AND CAPITAL STRUCTURE
305(25)
11.1 Leverage Defined
305(1)
11.2 Break-Even Point, Operating Leverage, and Financial Leverage
305(2)
11.3 The Theory of Capital Structure
307(5)
11.4 EBIT-EPS Analysis
312(18)
Examination II: Chapter 6-11
330(6)
Chapter 12 DIVIDEND POLICY
336(11)
12.1 Introduction
336(1)
12.2 Dividend Policy
337(1)
12.3 Factors that Influence Dividend Policy
338(1)
12.4 Stock Dividends
339(1)
12.5 Stock Split
339(1)
12.6 Stock Repurchases
340(7)
Chapter 13 TERM LOANS AND LEASING
347(8)
13.1 Intermediate-Term Bank Loans
347(1)
13.2 Insurance Company Term Loans
348(1)
13.3 Equipment Financing
348(1)
13.4 Leasing
349(6)
Chapter 14 LONG-TERM DEBT
355(15)
14.1 Introduction
355(1)
14.2 Mortgages
355(1)
14.3 Bonds Payable
355(3)
14.4 Debt Financing
358(2)
14.5 Bond Refunding
360(10)
Chapter 15 PREFERRED AND COMMON STOCK
370(25)
15.1 Introduction
370(1)
15.2 Investment Banking
370(1)
15.3 Public Versus Private Placement of Securities
371(1)
15.4 Preferred Stock
371(2)
15.5 Common Stock
373(4)
15.6 Stock Rights
377(2)
15.7 Stockholders' Equity Section of the Balance Sheet
379(1)
15.8 Governmental Regulation
379(1)
15.9 Financing Strategy
379(16)
Examination III: Chapters 12-15
395(4)
Chapter 16 WARRANTS, CONVERTIBLES, OPTIONS, AND FUTURES
399(16)
16.1 Introduction
399(1)
16.2 Warrants
399(2)
16.3 Convertible Securities
401(4)
16.4 Options
405(2)
16.5 The Black-Scholes Option Pricing Model (OPM)
407(1)
16.6 Futures
408(7)
Chapter 17 MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
415(17)
17.1 Introduction
415(1)
17.2 Mergers
415(2)
17.3 Acquisition Terms
417(1)
17.4 Acquisitions
418(2)
17.5 The Effect of a Merger on Earnings per Share and Market Price per Share of Stock
420(3)
17.6 Holding Company
423(2)
17.7 Tender Offer
425(7)
Chapter 18 FAILURE AND REORGANIZATION
432(19)
18.1 Introduction
432(1)
18.2 Voluntary Settlement
432(1)
18.3 Bankruptcy Reorganization
433(2)
18.4 Liquidation Due to Bankruptcy
435(6)
18.5 The Z Score Model: Forecasting Business Failures
441(10)
Chapter 19 MULTINATIONAL FINANCE
451(15)
19.1 Special Features of a Multinational Corporation (MNC)
451(1)
19.2 Financial Goals of MNCs
451(1)
19.3 Types of Foreign Operations
451(1)
19.4 Functions of an MNC's Financial Manager
452(1)
19.5 The Foreign Exchange Market
452(1)
19.6 Spot and Forward Foreign Exchange Rates
452(2)
19.7 Currency Risk Management
454(4)
19.8 Forecasting Foreign Exchange Rates
458(1)
19.9 Analysis of Foreign Investments
459(1)
19.10 International Sources of Financing
460(6)
Examination IV: Chapters 16-19
466(6)
Appendix A 472(1)
Appendix B 473(1)
Appendix C 474(1)
Appendix D 475(1)
Appendix E 476(1)
INDEX 477

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