Canadian Financial Management, 4th edition

  • Alfred H.R. Davis
  • George E. Pinches

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Overview

For introductory and intermediate corporate finance courses at universities.

This text provides balanced coverage of all facets of financial management. The seven key ideas introduced in Chapter 1 provide a framework for the whole text, helping students view each of a firm's decisions in a larger context.

Table of contents



Preface.

I. THE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENT.

 1. Why Financial Management Matters.

 2. The Financial System, Interest Rates, and Foreign Exchange.

II. FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS FOR FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT.

 3. Time Value of Money.

 4. Valuation of Bonds and Stocks.

 5. Risk and Return.

 6. The Opportunity Cost of Capital.

III. LONG-TERM INVESTMENT DECISIONS.

 7. Capital Budgeting Techniques.

 8. Application of Capital Budgeting Techniques.

 9. Risk and Capital Budgeting.

IV. LONG-TERM FINANCING DECISIONS.

10. Raising Long-Term Funds.

11. Liability Management.

12. Taxes and Capital Structure.

13. The Dynamics of the Capital Structure Decision.

14. Dividend Policy.

V. FINANCING, INVESTING, AND THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT.

15. Leasing.

16. Mergers and Corporate Restructuring.

17. International Financial Management.

VI. DERIVATIVE CONCEPTS IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT.

18. Options.

19. Option Applications in Financial Management.

20. Warrants and Convertibles.

VII. SHORT-TERM FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT.

21. Short-Term Financial Management Policy.

22. Cash and Marketable Securities.

23. Accounts Receivable and Inventory.

24. Short-Term Financing.

VIII. FINANCIAL PLANNING AND SMALL BUSINESS FINANCE.

25. Analyzing Accounting Statements.

26. Financial Planning and Forecasting.

27. Small Business Finance.

Appendix A: Solutions to Concept Review Problems.

Appendix B: Financial Tables.

Appendix C: Answers to Selected Problems.

Appendix D: Symbols and Formulas.

Index.

Published by Pearson Canada (June 15th 2001) - Copyright © 2002