The Mba Corporate Finance Fundamentals Course

The Mba Corporate Finance Fundamentals Course
Last updated 6/2022MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHzLanguage: English | Size: 5.50 GB | Duration: 10h 48m

Master MBA Corporate Finance Topics.

Understand Financial Decision Making. Learn why Accounting Break-even is Flawed.

What you'll learn
You will Master Corporate Finance Fundamentals as US MBA Students do.
You will Master distinctions between Investment and Financing Decisions.
You will Master how Corporations make financial and business decisions.
You will Learn the roles Financial Institutions play in helping Corporations.
You will Learn how to read Financial Statements such as the 10-K and S-1.
You will Learn how to Value Stocks, Bonds and Projects using TVM Techniques.
You will Learn how Statistics is taught to Business Students and apply them.
You will Learn the specifics of Diversification, Sector Analysis, CAPM, and WACC.
Specific MBA Level Learning Outcomes will be identified in MBA Insights Sections.
Global Insights on the Topics we cover will be discussed in Global Insights Sections.

There are no prerequisites. All background information will be covered before we cover MBA Level Topics.

This is an MBA Level course on Corporate Finance Fundamentals. We will b by examining financial decisions that companies make. We will examine Capital Budgeting and Capital Structure decisions. We will examine data sources that are available for financial analysts to analyze financial decisions made by companies. Once we have analyzed financial decisions, we will carefully delineate the roles played by banks and financial institutions. We will distinguish between different types of financial institutions such as Commercial Banks, Investment Banks and Custody Banks. After we examine the roles played by financial institutions, we will examine different types of financial statements such as the Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement and Statement of Shareholders' Equity. Next we will examine Value of Money concepts and Financial Asset Valuation. We will examine the concept of "No Arbitrage Valuation by Comparable Companies." We will examine the Dividend Discount Model and the concepts of Expected and Realized Returns. Later in the course, we will examine historical returns. We will also examine how data is collected by statisticians and the applications of statistics in finance. Specifically we will examine several descriptive and inferential statistics. We will define risk specifically and statistical measures used to define risk. Finally we will examine the Capital Asset Pricing Model and the Weighted Average Cost of Capital. We will cover the topics from a US Perspective but examine Global Insights once we cover topics. There are eight Global Insights sections in the course that will give you unique perspectives on how corporate finance is practiced worldwide.

Section 1: Financial Decisions and Markets

Lecture 1 Course Introduction Video

Lecture 2 The Political Economy and Corporations

Lecture 3 Course Materials

Lecture 4 Features of MBA Courses and Global Insights

Lecture 5 Financial Management and Decisions

Lecture 6 Investment Decisions

Lecture 7 Financing Decisions

Lecture 8 MBA Insights Part 1

Lecture 9 Global Insights Part 1

Lecture 10 Shareholders and Managers

Lecture 11 Public Companies and Governance

Lecture 12 Chief Financial Officer Career Paths

Lecture 13 Board of Directors Characteristics

Lecture 14 Corporations and Banks

Lecture 15 Financial Markets and Institutions Part 1

Lecture 16 Financial Markets and Institutions Part 2

Lecture 17 Financial Markets and Institutions Part 3

Lecture 18 MBA Insights Part 2

Lecture 19 Global Insights Part 2

Section 2: Financial Statements and Ratios

Lecture 20 Introduction to Financial Statements

Lecture 21 The Balance Sheet

Lecture 22 Income and Cash Flow Statements

Lecture 23 Evaluating Company Health and Performance

Lecture 24 Financial Ratios

Lecture 25 MBA Insights Part 3

Lecture 26 Global Insights Part 3

Section 3: Financial Assets and Valuation

Lecture 27 Introduction to Valuation

Lecture 28 Introduction to Value of Money

Lecture 29 Analyzing Financial Data in Excel Part 1

Lecture 30 Analyzing Financial Data in Excel Part 2

Lecture 31 Analyzing Financial Data in Excel Part 3

Lecture 32 Introduction to Bonds

Lecture 33 Fundamentals of Bonds

Lecture 34 Treasury Auctions and Yields

Lecture 35 More Treasury Auctions and STRIPS

Lecture 36 Corporate and Municipal Bond Issuance

Lecture 37 MBA Insights Part 4

Lecture 38 Global Insights Part 4

Lecture 39 Introduction to Stock Markets

Lecture 40 Stock Markets and Exchanges

Lecture 41 Price-Earnings and Price-to-Book Ratios

Lecture 42 Examining S-1 Documents

Lecture 43 IPO Statistics

Lecture 44 Valuation by Comparables

Lecture 45 Stock Valuation Part 1

Lecture 46 Stock Valuation Part 2

Lecture 47 MBA Insights Part 5

Lecture 48 Global Insights Part 5

Lecture 49 Deteing Project Profitability

Lecture 50 Introduction to Capital Budgeting

Lecture 51 NPV, The Gold Standard of Decision Making

Lecture 52 Other Capital Budgeting Techniques

Lecture 53 MBA Insights Part 6

Lecture 54 Global Insights Part 6

Section 4: Returns and Risk

Lecture 55 Introduction to Historical Returns

Lecture 56 Historical Returns and Risk Part 1

Lecture 57 Historical Returns and Risk Part 2

Lecture 58 Historical Returns and Risk Part 3

Lecture 59 Historical Returns and Risk Part 4

Lecture 60 Historical Returns and Risk Part 5

Lecture 61 MBA Insights Part 7

Lecture 62 Global Insights Part 7

Lecture 63 Do Stock Returns Follow a Normal Distribution

Lecture 64 Are Stock Returns Normally Distributed

Lecture 65 Insights on Portfolios

Lecture 66 Portfolios and Risk

Lecture 67 Asset Class Diversification and Investment Strategy Diversification

Lecture 68 Insights on Market Risk

Lecture 69 Defining Market Risk

Lecture 70 Measuring Market Risk

Lecture 71 The Fitted Line

Lecture 72 Insights on Capital Asset Pricing Model

Lecture 73 The Capital Asset Pricing Model

Lecture 74 Insights on Weighted Average Cost of Capital

Lecture 75 Weighted-Average Cost of Capital

Lecture 76 MBA Insights Part 8

Lecture 77 Global Insights Part 8

Lecture 78 Concluding Remarks

This Course is for Students who want to Understand how Businesses and Corporations make Financial Decisions.,This Course is also for Students who want to Experience an MBA Level Corporate Finance Course in the United States.,This Course is also for C-Suite Executives for want to become Familiar with Forms that they are Required to File with the SEC.,This Course is also for Students who want to Learn Statistics and Data Collection, the way Business Students Learn Statistics.



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