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On completing this module students will be expected to be able to: - Explain theory on capital structure, dividend policy and agency issues, and the extent to which it holds in reality.- Apply the techniques associated with capital budgeting, such as calculating an appropriate cost of capital, in a real-world setting. - Critically appraise the extent to which agency issues and corporate governance affect corporate financing and investment decisions.- Describe the various approaches used by firms to raise finance and demonstrate an understanding of the benefits of the various sources of finance.
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|Autonomous Student Learning||
Students must have taken and passed FIN20010 Principles of Finance (or a similar introductory finance course).
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|Spring||Yes - 2 Hour|
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