Corporate Finance- A Beginner's Guide
What you'll learn
- Acquire an understanding of Corporate Finance, Capital Financing, Capital Budgeting, Cost of capital
- Apply time value of money principles to calculate present and future values of cash flows for investment analysis.
- Calculate the cost of debt, cost of equity, and weighted average cost of capital (WACC) to assess the investment's financial feasibility.
- Apply capital budgeting techniques (NPV, IRR, payback period) to evaluate investment projects' profitability and viability.
- No prior experience required
Welcome to our comprehensive online course on corporate finance. In this course, we will provide an in-depth exploration of the key concepts and tools used in corporate finance.
We will start with an introduction to Corporate Finance and you will learn how to make informed decisions and choose to either accept or reject the project. You will also learn about the Capital structure and capital financing, using the Time Value of money concept. The time value of money is a fundamental concept in finance, and we will cover it extensively. You will learn about present value, future value, annuities, and the calculation of interest rates. These skills will enable you to evaluate investment opportunities, project valuation, and capital budgeting decisions.
Capital budgeting techniques, including net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR), and payback period analysis, will be covered in detail. You will learn how to evaluate investment projects and make informed decisions based on their expected cash flows and profitability.
Financing decisions are fundamental to corporate finance, and we will explore different sources of financing available to companies. You will learn about debt financing, equity financing, and the trade-offs between them. We will discuss the cost of capital and capital structure optimization to help you make optimal financing decisions.
Forecasting and budgeting are crucial skills in corporate finance. You will learn techniques to create financial forecasts and budgets, enabling you to anticipate future financial outcomes and plan for growth. We will use the DCF Valuation method for the case study.
Throughout the course, you will have access to comprehensive case studies, quizzes, and downloadable resources, including Excel files and reference materials, to reinforce your learning and provide hands-on experience in applying the concepts.
Who this course is for:
- Accounting professionals seeking to enhance their financial analysis skills.
- Business owners and managers who want to make informed decisions based on financial statements.
- Finance professionals and analysts looking to deepen their understanding of corporate finance.
- Students pursuing a degree in accounting, finance, or business administration.
Shradha Rungta is a highly educated in the fields of Financial Management, Portfolio Management, and Performance Evaluation. With a passion for finance and a dedication to empowering individuals and professionals with the knowledge they need to excel in these domains, Shradha has become a sought-after educator and mentor.
In an ever-evolving financial landscape, Shradha Rungta remains a beacon of knowledge, guiding learners toward financial mastery and helping them achieve their professional and personal financial goals.