Strategic Finance for Managers
Interrogate the financial management processes adopted by firms.Touch on strategic restructuring, mergers and acquisitions. Observe the ways in which the dynamics of the finance world is changing. Concoct solutions to financial management problems.
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Students who successfully complete this subject will be able to:
- Apply coherent and advanced knowledge of financial management processes and practices and evaluate their effectiveness and use, using critical thinking
- Critically analyse the current issues facing businesses in their aim of achieving sound financial management
- Apply strategic finance fundamentals to the analysis, design and operation of various models using strategic finance methodologies in a range of contexts
- Apply problem solving and decision making methodologies to identify and provide innovative solutions using the design and valuation of complex financial securities, with intellectual independence
- Communicate proficiently in a professional manner as a member or leader of a diverse group of people.
- Goals, wealth and the changing face of finance
- Valuations and investment analysis
- Mergers, acquisitions and strategic restructuring
- Capital structure and dividend policy
- Risk and risk management
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
This subject aims to develop student understanding of financial management issues currently being faced by organisations domestically and internationally. It will focus on the ever- changing dynamics of the finance world and consider potential solutions to problems that they face. In general terms, the aim of the subject is to encourage students to question current financial management practices being undertaken by organisations.
This subject is no longer accepting new enrolments for SP4 2018.
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