Corporate Finance - part 1
Corporate Finance continues where the Finance part of the first year course Foundations of Accounting & Finance has ended. In Corporate Finance we look at how companies are financed. What do we mean by this? Think about the capital structure: how much capital do we have to obtain from shareholders (equity) and how much do we have to borrow from, let's say, a bank (debt). We are going to talk about paying dividends (is it wise to pay dividend every year for a company, and how much?), derivates and options. Do you think about following the master Finance & Investments after your bachelor's? Then this is the course to pay attention!
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