FN 311   Financial Management

3 credits

Prerequisites: FN 201

This course studies theoretical concepts of corporate financial management which can be applied to resolve financial problems and issues encountered by management in the real world of business. The course emphasizes on the management of asset structure and financial mix. Discussion covers the application of financial models and instruments on managing the asset, liability and equity so that the goal of maximizing enterprise value can be sustained. Topics on Valuation, Costs of Capital, Capital structure, Capital Budgeting under risk, and Leasing will also be covered. Moreover, the concepts of agency problems and corporate governance will be explored.