Chevron Left
Retour à Corporate Finance II: Financing Investments and Managing Risk

Avis et commentaires pour d'étudiants pour Corporate Finance II: Financing Investments and Managing Risk par Université de l'Illinois à Urbana-Champaign

4.8
étoiles
658 évaluations
118 avis

À propos du cours

In this course you will learn how companies decide on how much debt to take, and whether to raise capital from markets or from banks. You will also learn how to measure and manage credit risk and how to deal with financial distress. You will discuss the mechanics of dividends and share repurchases, and how to choose the best way to return cash to investors. You will also learn how to use derivatives and liquidity management to offset specific sources of financial risk, including currency risks. Finally, You will learn how companies finance merger and acquisition decisions, including leveraged buyouts, and how to incorporate large changes in leverage in standard valuation models. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to: • Understand how companies make financing, payout and risk management decisions that create value • Measure the effects of leverage on profitability, risk, and valuation • Manage credit risk and financial distress using appropriate financial tools • Understand the links between payout policies and company performance • Use derivatives and liquidity management to offset financial risks • Pick an appropriate financing package for an M&A or leveraged buyout deal This course is part of the iMBA offered by the University of Illinois, a flexible, fully-accredited online MBA at an incredibly competitive price. For more information, please see the Resource page in this course and onlinemba.illinois.edu....

Meilleurs avis

RO
1 mars 2019

Excellent material to drive and support the discussions introduced in the live sessions. Some materials may need a review (particularly wording), but it does not compromise the overall content at all.

DB
26 juin 2019

I didn't realise how much I'd learn in this course. So many concepts I've touched on before and thought I knew a bit about, but in hindsight I really didn't understand, until I completed this course.

Filtrer par :

101 - 117 sur 117 Avis pour Corporate Finance II: Financing Investments and Managing Risk

par Deepak K S

10 sept. 2018

each topic is nicely explained, real life examples are very fruitful.

voice is low during interview, but it was very fruitful and have learnt a-lot.

par Meghan M

22 mai 2020

The course offered some key concepts around capital allocation decisions and financing. The workload was manageable.

par Carlos J R F

21 avr. 2019

I liked that the concepts were clearly displayed and emphasized. The reading material is excellent!

par Bharat

28 juil. 2020

Very informative course for the students of finance.

par Sagar A

30 mai 2020

good to get practical knowledge with examples

par avinash b

23 oct. 2017

Have abundance know -how on the course.

par Rohit M

9 juil. 2020

Great course with real-world examples.

par Lukas M

1 mars 2020

It's a lot of note taking.

par Andrea

2 juil. 2020

great and interesting

par Billet E

2 janv. 2018

Great course !

par Rutvij M D

2 juin 2020

Great course

par Fabiola S d S

26 août 2020

very good

par Sabeel

19 oct. 2020

Helpful

par Vikas P

10 août 2019

good

par Sirsendu S

13 août 2017

nice

par Jason D

2 mars 2019

Prof. did better presenting in Corp. Finance II, but he still really needs to take a class on presenting in front of a camera. The content is good he differently know's the material, but delivery is lacking. I expect more from professors at U of I (use U Penn's Corp. Finance class as a great example). The use of "right" and "okay" when presenting makes it hard to follow the materiel. - Suggestion for professor, please work on reducing "right" from each sentence. Doing a search for of all 8 modules transcripts "right?" is said 2212 times, and I noticed many of the transcripts do not include all the "rights" that are used. "Okay?" was used 1611 times.

par shivansh s

1 juin 2020

sir, should try to fill the gap between what he teach and the quiz he share there is very less relation with question in quiz and the lecture he deliver,only theory is related not practical with lecture .

overall this course is informative and interesting.