Building on Finance I, learn about long-term investment and financing decisions, including how capital markets function, how to choose between debt and equity financing, and how to choose between public and private financing. Delve into the ever-changing world of hybrid debt/equity instruments, derivative securities, mergers and acquisitions, and international financing.
Prerequisites:
Finance I
BUS‑236
Learn how businesses obtain and use cash and other sources of financing. Realize the time value of money and how it impacts short- and long-term financing decisions. Apply financial statement analysis and financial forecasting techniques. Use tools to effectively obtain and manage short-term sources of financing. Look ahead to long term investment and financing decisions that will be the focus of BUS-336, including capital budgeting.
Finance I (BUS‑236)

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