Financial Management

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Financial Management (Main course) A1M16FIM
Credits 6
Semesters Summer
Completion Assessment + Examination
Language of teaching Czech
Extent of teaching 2+2c
Annotation
Principles of finance, present value and alternative cost of capital, net present value, valuation of bonds and stocks, investment decision and net present value, risk and alternative cost of capital, risk and return, lease or buy, taxes, inflation and return, financial and real options, option valuation and application, hedging, short term finance, cash flow management.
Course outlines
1.Introduction of finance, present value, opportunity cost.
2.Annuity, perpetuity, compounded and simple interests.
3.Long term finance. Stock and bonds price.
4.Investment efficiency evaluation techniques. IRR, NPV.
5.The comparing period, an equivalent annual value.
6.Decision making with NPV.
7.Inflation and tax influence to investment decision.
8.Project is not a black box.
9.Capital assets pricing model. Basics of portfolio theory.
10.Capital markets models.
11.Analysis of sensitivity and risk analysis. Financial risk.
12.Options, hedge position, option valuation.
13.Short term financial plans and decision making.
14.Other financial problems.
Exercises outlines
1.Spreadsheets revision focused on financial management.
2.Financial calculus.
3.Loans. Kinds of interests.
4.Depreciation. Tax shield. Homework assignment.
5.NPV and IRR calculations. Mutual eliminate investments.
6.Taxes, finance and NPV.
7.Inflation influence. Case study.
8.Bonds and stock price. Model with constant growth.
9.Expected return and standard deviation of portfolio. Risk free return.
10.Market portfolio. Securities line. Portfolio with maximal return.
11.Reading of financial news.
12.Quiz. Homework deadline.
13.Homework discussion.
14. Put and call options.
Literature
1.Brealey, R.A., Myers, S.C.: Principles of Corporate Finance. McGraw-Hill. 2007
2.Bodie, Z., Kane, A., Marcus, A.J.: Investments. McGraw-Hill/Irwin. 2006

https://ekonom.feld.cvut.cz/en/student/courses/financial-management
Requirements
A1M16FIU + knowledge from one of the following courses EPD, UFI, FIP from bachelor study

https://ekonom.feld.cvut.cz/en/student/courses/financial-management
https://moodle.fel.cvut.cz/courses/A1M16FIM

Financial Management AD1M16FIM
Credits 6
Semesters Summer
Completion Assessment + Examination
Language of teaching Czech
Extent of teaching 14+6c
Annotation
Principles of finance, present value and alternative cost of capital, net present value, valuation of bonds and stocks, investment decision and net present value, risk and alternative cost of capital, risk and return, lease or buy, taxes, inflation and return, financial and real options, option valuation and application, hedging, short term finance, cash flow management.
Course outlines
1.Introduction of finance, present value, opportunity cost.
2.Annuity, perpetuity, compounded and simple interests.
3.Long term finance. Stock and bonds price.
4.Investment efficiency evaluation techniques. IRR, NPV.
5.The comparing period, an equivalent annual value.
6.Decision making with NPV.
7.Inflation and tax influence to investment decision.
8.Project is not a black box.
9.Capital assets pricing model. Basics of portfolio theory.
10.Capital markets models.
11.Analysis of sensitivity and risk analysis. Financial risk.
12.Options, hedge position, option valuation.
13.Short term financial plans and decision making.
14.Other financial problems.
Exercises outlines
1.Spreadsheets revision focused on financial management.
2.Financial calculus.
3.Loans. Kinds of interests.
4.Depreciation. Tax shield. Homework assignment.
5.NPV and IRR calculations. Mutual eliminate investments.
6.Taxes, finance and NPV.
7.Inflation influence. Case study.
8.Bonds and stock price. Model with constant growth.
9.Expected return and standard deviation of portfolio. Risk free return.
10.Market portfolio. Securities line. Portfolio with maximal return.
11.Reading of financial news.
12.Quiz. Homework deadline.
13.Homework discussion.
14. Put and call options.
Literature
1.Brealey, R.A., Myers, S.C.: Principles of Corporate Finance. McGraw-Hill. 2007
2.Bodie, Z., Kane, A., Marcus, A.J.: Investments. McGraw-Hill/Irwin. 2006

https://ekonom.feld.cvut.cz/en/student/courses/financial-management
Requirements
A1M16FIU + knowledge from one of the following courses EPD, UFI, FIP from bachelor study

https://ekonom.feld.cvut.cz/en/student/courses/financial-management
https://moodle.fel.cvut.cz/courses/A1M16FIM

Financial Management B1M16FIM
Credits 6
Semesters Summer
Completion Assessment + Examination
Language of teaching Czech
Extent of teaching 2P+2S
Annotation
Principles of finance, present value and alternative cost of capital, net present value, valuation of bonds and stocks, investment decision and net present value, risk and alternative cost of capital, risk and return, lease or buy, taxes, inflation and return, financial and real options, option valuation and application, hedging, short term finance, cash flow management.
Course outlines
1.Introduction of finance, IRR, comparing period, equivalent annual value.
2. Inflation, elasticity and decision making trees
3. Revenues, risk, basics of portfolio theory.
4. CAPM
5. Beta coefficient
6. Price model evaluation, stock and bonds price.
7. Options, hedge position, option valuation.
8. Option valuation, parity of buy/sell option, Black-Scholes formula.
9. Real options.
10. Duration, volatility.
11. Hedging, futures.
12. Term contracts and swap contracts
13. Analysis of sensitivity and risk analysis. Financial risk.
14. Summary, reserve
Exercises outlines
1.Spreadsheets revision focused on financial management.
2.Financial calculus.
3.Loans. Kinds of interests.
4.Depreciation. Tax shield. Homework assignment.
5.NPV and IRR calculations. Mutual eliminate investments.
6.Taxes, finance and NPV.
7.Inflation influence. Case study.
8.Bonds and stock price. Model with constant growth.
9.Expected return and standard deviation of portfolio. Risk free return.
10.Market portfolio. Securities line. Portfolio with maximal return.
11.Reading of financial news.
12.Quiz. Homework deadline.
13.Homework discussion.
14. Put and call options.
Literature
1.Brealey R., Myers S., Allen F.: Principles of Corporate Finance, McGraw-Hill/Irwin; 11 edition (January 15, 2013)
2.Bodie, Z., Kane, A., Marcus, A.J.: Investments. McGraw-Hill/Irwin. 2006
3.Arnold T.: A Pragmatic Guide to Real Options, Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
Financial Management BD1M16FIM
Credits 6
Semesters Summer
Completion Assessment + Examination
Language of teaching Czech
Extent of teaching 14KP+6KC
Annotation
Principles of finance, present value and alternative cost of capital, net present value, valuation of bonds and stocks, investment decision and net present value, risk and alternative cost of capital, risk and return, lease or buy, taxes, inflation and return, financial and real options, option valuation and application, hedging, short term finance, cash flow management.
Course outlines
1.Introduction of finance, IRR, comparing period, equivalent annual value.
2. Inflation, elasticity and decision making trees
3. Revenues, risk, basics of portfolio theory.
4. CAPM
5. Beta coefficient
6. Price model evaluation, stock and bonds price.
7. Options, hedge position, option valuation.
8. Option valuation, parity of buy/sell option, Black-Scholes formula.
9. Real options.
10. Duration, volatility.
11. Hedging, futures.
12. Term contracts and swap contracts
13. Analysis of sensitivity and risk analysis. Financial risk.
14. Summary, reserve
Exercises outlines
1.Spreadsheets revision focused on financial management.
2.Financial calculus.
3.Loans. Kinds of interests.
4.Depreciation. Tax shield. Homework assignment.
5.NPV and IRR calculations. Mutual eliminate investments.
6.Taxes, finance and NPV.
7.Inflation influence. Case study.
8.Bonds and stock price. Model with constant growth.
9.Expected return and standard deviation of portfolio. Risk free return.
10.Market portfolio. Securities line. Portfolio with maximal return.
11.Reading of financial news.
12.Quiz. Homework deadline.
13.Homework discussion.
14. Put and call options.
Literature
1.Brealey R., Myers S., Allen F.: Principles of Corporate Finance, McGraw-Hill/Irwin; 11 edition (January 15, 2013)
2.Bodie, Z., Kane, A., Marcus, A.J.: Investments. McGraw-Hill/Irwin. 2006
3.Arnold T.: A Pragmatic Guide to Real Options, Palgrave Macmillan, 2014