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Essentials of Corporate Finance 4e provides students with a succinct introduction to the principles and practices of corporate and business finance. This market-leading text, adapted by Rowan Trayler and Gerhard Van de Venter, retains the accessible and popular Ross style by focusing on key concepts and a range of local and global case studies.
The new edition features enhanced content coverage in areas such as company valuation using the weighted average cost of capital and crowdfunding. The comprehensive end-of-chapter content and extensive digital resources help students solve financial problems and apply their learning in real-world scenarios. In addition, the integrated solutions to questions have been designed to help improve students' analytical and problem-solving skills.
Accessible, engaging and concise, this is the essential resource for financial majors and non-majors alike.
Part 1: Overview of financial management
Chapter 1: Introduction to financial management
Part 2: Understanding financial statements and cash flow
Chapter 2: Financial statements, taxes and cash flow
Chapter 3: Working with financial statements
Part 3: Valuation of future cash flows
Chapter 4: Introduction to valuation: the time value of money
Chapter 5: Discounted cash flow valuation
Part 4: Valuing shares and bonds
Chapter 6: Interest rates, bill and bond valuation
Chapter 7: Equity markets and share valuation
Part 5: Capital budgeting
Chapter 8: Net present value and other investment criteria
Chapter 9: Making capital investment decisions
Part 6: Risk and return
Chapter 10: Some lessons from capital market history
Chapter 11: Risk and return
Part 7: Long-term financing
Chapter 12: Cost of capital
Chapter 13: Leverage and capital structure
Chapter 14: Dividends and dividend policy
Chapter 15: Raising capital
Part 8: Short-term financial management
Chapter 16: Short-term financial planning
Chapter 17: Working capital management
Part 9: Topics in Business Finance
Chapter 18: International aspects of financial management