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MFIN 2205 Corporate Financial Strategies (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This course examines how corporate financial managers create value for stakeholders through a broad range of financial transactions. We will first take an in depth look at corporate valuation methodologies from both a theoretical and applied perspective. Then, using a combination of case studies, class presentations, and assigned readings, we will focus on applications of these methods in the context of various types of corporate restructurings. Specific applications will include capital structure and financing decisions, M&A and other asset restructuring decisions, and more complex financial transactions including buyouts and distressed restructurings. (Prerequisites – MFIN1127; MFIN1151 no less than a co-requisite).


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Edith Hotchkiss

Prerequisites: Must have successfully completed MFIN1127

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Last Updated: 12-Apr-16