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- Full title: CFIN, 7th Edition
- Edition: 7th
- Copyright year: 2022
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
- Author: Scott Besley; Eugene Brigham
- ISBN: 9780357515372, 9780357515372
- Format: PDF
Description of CFIN, 7th Edition:
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Table of Contents of CFIN, 7th Edition PDF ebook:
Brief ContentsContentsChapter 1: An Overview of Managerial Finance1.1: What Is Finance?1.2: Alternative Forms of Business Organization1.3: What Goal(s) Should Businesses Pursue?1.4: What Roles Do Ethics and Governance Play in Business Success?1.5: Forms of Businesses in Other CountriesChapter 2: Analysisof FinancialStatements2.1: Financial Reports2.2: Financial Statements2.3: Financial Statement (Ratio) Analysis2.4: Uses and Limitations of Ratio AnalysisChapter 3: The Financial Environment: Markets, Institutions, and Investment Banking3.1: What Are Financial Markets?3.2: Types of Financial Markets3.3: The Investment Banking Process3.4: Financial Intermediaries and Their Roles in Financial Markets3.5: International Financial MarketsChapter 4: Time Value of Money4.1: Cash Flow Patterns4.2: Future Value (FV)4.3: Present Value (PV)4.4: Solving for Interest Rates (r) AND Time (n)4.5: Annual Percentage Rate (APR) and Effective Annual Rate (EAR)4.6: Amortized LoansChapter 5: The Cost of Money (Interest Rates)5.1: The Cost of Money5.2: Determinants of Market Interest Rates5.3: The Term Struct ure of Interest Rates5.4: Ot her Fact ors That Influence Interest Rate Levels5.5: Interest Rate Levels and Stock PricesChapter 6: Bonds (Debt)-Characteristics and Valuation6.1: Characteristics and Types of Debt6.2: Bond Ratings6.3: Valuation of Bonds6.4: Finding Bond Yields (Market Rates): Yield to Maturity and Yield to Call6.5: Interest Rates and Bond ValuesChapter 7: Stocks (Equity)-Characteristicsand Valuation7.1: Types of Equity7.2: Stock Valuation-The Dividend Discount Model (DDM)7.3: Other Stock Valuation Methods7.4: Changes in Stock PricesChapter 8: Risk and Rates of Return8.1: Defining and Measuring Risk8.2: Expected Rate of Return8.3: Portfolio Risk-Holding Combinations of Investments8.4: The Relationship between Risk and Rates of Return: The CAPM8.5: Stock Market Equilibrium8.6: Different Types of RiskChapter 9: Capital BudgetingTechniques9.1: Importance of Capital Budgeting9.2: Evaluating Capital Budgeting Projects9.3: Comparison of the NPV and IRR Methods9.4: Modified Internal Rate of Return9.5: Use of Capital Budgeting Techniques in PracticeChapter 10: Project Cash Flows and Risk10.1: Cash Flow Estimation10.2: Capital Budgeting Project Evaluation10.3: Incorporating Risk in Capital Budgeting Analysis10.4: Multinational Capital BudgetingChapter 11: The Cost of Capital11.1: Component Costs of Capital11.2: Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)11.3: Combining the MCC and Investment Opportunity Schedules (IOS)11.4: WACC versus Required Rate of Return of InvestorsChapter 12: Capital Structure12.1: The Target Capital Structure12.2: Determining the Optimal Capital Structure12.3: Degree of Leverage12.4: Liquidity and Capital Structure12.5: Capital Structure Theory12.6: Variations in Capital Structures among FirmsChapter 13: Distribution of Retained Earnings: Dividends and Stock Repurchases13.1: Dividend Policy and Stock Value13.2: Dividend Payments in Practice13.3: Factors Influencing Dividend Policy13.4: Stock Dividends and Stock Splits13.5: Stock Repurchases13.6: Dividend Policies Around the WorldChapter 14: Managing Short-Term Financing (Liabilities)14.1: Working Capital14.2: The Cash Conversion Cycle14.3: Current Asset (Working Capital) Financing Policies14.4: Sources of Short-Term Financing14.5: Computing the Cost of Short-Term Credit14.6: Multinational Working Capital ManagementChapter 15: Managing Short-Term Assets15.1: Alternative Current Asset Investment Policies15.2: Cash Management15.3: Marketable Securities15.4: Credit Management15.5: Inventory Management15.6: Multinational Working Capital ManagementChapter 16: Financial Planning and Control16.1: Projected (Pro Forma) Financial Statements16.2: Other Considerations in Forecasting16.3: Financial Control-Budgeting and Leverage16.4: Using Leverage and Forecasting for ControlAppendix A: Using Spreadsheets to Solve Financial ProblemsAppendix B: Solutions to Practice ProblemsIndex