FN2111 - Business Finance II

The purpose of this course is to extend knowledge and understanding of finance principles by focusing on various problems and decisions confronting the financial manager. Specific topics include sensitivity analysis, corporate planning models, financial statement analysis and forecasting; short and long-term financing; commercial banking; capital budgeting; dividends and dividend policy; options, swaps, futures, forwards, firm valuation; and mergers and acquisitions. The student will conduct an in-depth study of issues and tools that financial managers use in financial planning and strategic management. The course will use real-world cases to teach the material.

Prerequisite(s): FN2110

This course is offered in the following programs:
Business Management (Accounting)