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Primarily intended as a text for postgraduate students of management and those pursuing postgraduate courses in finance, this well-organized and deeply researched study explains corporate finance as an area of finance dealing with the financial decisions corporates make and the tools and analyses used to make these decisions. The book discusses the theoretical and practical tools essential to Chief Financial Officer (CFO). It introduces advanced valuation techniques and provides a rigorous understanding of what creates value and why.
Organized into seven parts, Part I of the text provides a rationale for value-based management as the overriding objective of the firm besides highlighting how CFO can increase the value of the firm by fine-tuning financial policies. Part II introduces real options, a new methodology for valuing corporate investments. Part III explores old and new financial instruments, and stresses the objective and methods of active risk management. Part IV examines the structuring, financing, and valuation of large-scale, standalone projects. Part V deals with agency problems, and how finance managers can address these problems using incentives. Part VI reviews some of the most popular restructuring methods and presents empirical evidence on such issues. The concluding part, Part VII, tries to integrate the contents of the book since good corporate governance is essential for effective implementation of policies.
Besides students, practising managers and finance professionals who want to upgrade their knowledge on corporate finance will find the text extremely useful.
About the Author S.R. Vishwanath is Assistant Professor at Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Nagpur (on leave). He has held academic positions at several top business schools of India. S.R. Vishwanath has authored Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice and edited Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Restructuring for Sage Publications. He has also written 40 cases on Corporate Finance.
Chandrasekhar Krishnamurti (Ph.D.) is Associate Professor at the College of Business, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. He has held teaching positions at Monash University, Australia; National University of Singapore; Nanyang Business School, Singapore; and Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore. Dr. Krishnamurti has presented/published many papers in international conferences/journals.
Table of Contents
About the Contributors
Part I INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1 An Overview of Value-Based Management
Part II REAL OPTIONS
Chapter 2 Real Options
Part III LIABILITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT
Chapter 3 Financing a Firm-s Growth
Chapter 4 Initial Public Offerings
Chapter 5 Raising Foreign Capital
Chapter 6 Corporate Risk Management
Part IV PROJECT FINANCE
Chapter 7 Project Financing
Part V STRUCTURING INCENTIVES
Chapter 8 Performance Measurement and Incentive Compensation
Chapter 9 EVA and Incentive Compensation
Part VI CREATING VALUE THROUGH CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING
Chapter 10 Overview of Corporate Restructuring
Chapter 11 Leveraged Recapitalizations and Leveraged Buyouts
Chapter 12 An Overview of Bankruptcy Procedures Around the World
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