Financial Management

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ISBN:

9780198072072

Publication date:

12/09/2011

Paperback

832 pages

282.0x218.0mm

Price: 980.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198072072

Publication date:

12/09/2011

Paperback

832 pages

282.0x218.0mm

Second Edition

Rajiv Srivastava & Anil Misra

The second edition of Financial Management is a comprehensive textbook specially designed to meet the requirements of management students specializing in finance. It deals with the core concepts of finance with an emphasis on specialized sub-areas, such as working capital, capital markets, investment decisions, international finance, derivatives, mergers and acquisitions, and risk management.

Suitable for: The second edition of Financial Management is a comprehensive textbook specially designed to meet the requirements of management students specializing in finance

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Second Edition

Rajiv Srivastava & Anil Misra

Description

The second edition of Financial Management is a comprehensive textbook specially designed to meet the requirements of management students specializing in finance. It deals with the core concepts of finance with an emphasis on specialized sub-areas, such as working capital, capital markets, investment decisions, international finance, derivatives, mergers and acquisitions, and risk management.

Apart from providing a basic understanding of the concepts in finance, the book covers extensively the newer financial instruments, such as futures, options, and swaps. With its detailed coverage of foreign exchange markets and related concepts, it will enhance the readers' understanding of a rapidly globalizing world.

Each chapter starts with an introductory case to sensitize the readers with the theme of the chapter and closes with case studies of well-known Indian companies to exemplify the concepts and issues discussed in the chapter. To facilitate the understanding of complex concepts in finance, the text in each chapter is interspersed with suitable examples, exhibits, and illustrations. The authors have tried to present the technical concepts of finance in a simple and succinct manner, yet keeping the inherent technicalities intact.

Users will find this book highly useful for its application of theoretical concepts explained through illustrative examples, relevant cases, and numerical problems.

Second Edition

Rajiv Srivastava & Anil Misra

Table of contents

PART I INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1. Financial Management: An Overview
Chapter 2. Comparative and Historical Analysis
Chapter 3. CVP and Breakeven Analysis
PART II VALUATION CONCEPTS
Chapter 4. Time Value of Money
Chapter 5. Risk and Return
Chapter 6. Valuation and Management of Bonds
Chapter 7. Shares and Their Valuation
Chapter 8. Portfolio Theory
Chapter 9. Asset Pricing Models
Chapter 10. Valuation and Corporate Governance
PART III INVESTMENT DECISION
Chapter 11. Capital Budgeting-I
Chapter 12. Capital Budgeting-II
Chapter 13. Cost of Capital
Chapter 14. Real Options
Chapter 15. Mergers and Acquisitions
PART IV FINANCING AND DIVIDEND DECISIONS
Chapter 16. Capital Structure-Theory
Chapter 17. Designing Capital Structure
Chapter 18. Leasing and Hire Purchase
Chapter 19. Dividend Decision
Chapter 20. Sources of Finance
PART V WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
Chapter 21. Working Capital Management: An Introduction
Chapter 22. Inventory Management
Chapter 23. Receivables Management
Chapter 24. Cash Management
PART VI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Chapter 25. Foreign Exchange: Rates and Markets
Chapter 26. Determining Foreign Exchange Rates
Chapter 27. Managing Foreign Exchange Exposure
PART VII DERIVATIVES AND RISK MANAGEMENT
Chapter 28. Risk Management, Forwards & Futures
Chapter 29. Options
Chapter 30. Interest Rate and Currency Swaps
PART VIII APPENDICES

Second Edition

Rajiv Srivastava & Anil Misra

Features

  • Focuses on managerial applications through case studies of well-known Indian companies
  • Carries a number of side-boxes that highlight the crux of key concepts discussed in each section
  • Includes examples, exhibits, and illustrations interspersed in the text
  • Contains review questions, practical assignments, numerical problems, and practice problems with each chapter
  • New to This Edition
  • New sections on corporate debt restructuring and regulation of working capital finance
  • Revised content related to corporate governance, economic value added, venture capital and private equity, long-term and short-term sources of funds
  • Improved explanations of existing topics
  • In the Accompanying CD
  • Additional reading material related to portfolio theory
  • Excel-based applications include:
  • o Valuation of financial instruments
  • o Calculation of NPV, IRR, and their sensitivity
  • o Finding yields and portfolio risk
  • o Computation of EVA, WACC, and BEP
  • o Determination of Beta

Description

The second edition of Financial Management is a comprehensive textbook specially designed to meet the requirements of management students specializing in finance. It deals with the core concepts of finance with an emphasis on specialized sub-areas, such as working capital, capital markets, investment decisions, international finance, derivatives, mergers and acquisitions, and risk management.

Apart from providing a basic understanding of the concepts in finance, the book covers extensively the newer financial instruments, such as futures, options, and swaps. With its detailed coverage of foreign exchange markets and related concepts, it will enhance the readers' understanding of a rapidly globalizing world.

Each chapter starts with an introductory case to sensitize the readers with the theme of the chapter and closes with case studies of well-known Indian companies to exemplify the concepts and issues discussed in the chapter. To facilitate the understanding of complex concepts in finance, the text in each chapter is interspersed with suitable examples, exhibits, and illustrations. The authors have tried to present the technical concepts of finance in a simple and succinct manner, yet keeping the inherent technicalities intact.

Users will find this book highly useful for its application of theoretical concepts explained through illustrative examples, relevant cases, and numerical problems.

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Table of contents

PART I INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1. Financial Management: An Overview
Chapter 2. Comparative and Historical Analysis
Chapter 3. CVP and Breakeven Analysis
PART II VALUATION CONCEPTS
Chapter 4. Time Value of Money
Chapter 5. Risk and Return
Chapter 6. Valuation and Management of Bonds
Chapter 7. Shares and Their Valuation
Chapter 8. Portfolio Theory
Chapter 9. Asset Pricing Models
Chapter 10. Valuation and Corporate Governance
PART III INVESTMENT DECISION
Chapter 11. Capital Budgeting-I
Chapter 12. Capital Budgeting-II
Chapter 13. Cost of Capital
Chapter 14. Real Options
Chapter 15. Mergers and Acquisitions
PART IV FINANCING AND DIVIDEND DECISIONS
Chapter 16. Capital Structure-Theory
Chapter 17. Designing Capital Structure
Chapter 18. Leasing and Hire Purchase
Chapter 19. Dividend Decision
Chapter 20. Sources of Finance
PART V WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
Chapter 21. Working Capital Management: An Introduction
Chapter 22. Inventory Management
Chapter 23. Receivables Management
Chapter 24. Cash Management
PART VI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Chapter 25. Foreign Exchange: Rates and Markets
Chapter 26. Determining Foreign Exchange Rates
Chapter 27. Managing Foreign Exchange Exposure
PART VII DERIVATIVES AND RISK MANAGEMENT
Chapter 28. Risk Management, Forwards & Futures
Chapter 29. Options
Chapter 30. Interest Rate and Currency Swaps
PART VIII APPENDICES

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