This note explains the
following topics: Financial Derivatives, Discrete time models,
Continuous-time models, Interest rates models, A general framework for short
rates, Options on bonds, Short rate model, Forward rate models, Market models.
is about analysing financial situation making financial decision setting financial objectives. Topics covered includes: The Finance Function ,
The Investment Decision , Capital Structure Decisions, Dividend Decisions, Management Of Current Assets.
Objective of this note is to provide a basic framework of public finance at the
macroeconomic level, starting from fiscal and monetary policy in a standard
macroeconomics, public debt in a growing economy, cost-benefit analysis, public
goods, international debt and international tax issues. Topics covered
includes: Monetary and Fiscal Policy, Structure of the Budgetary Process,
Revenue Forecasting, Public Debt, Cost-Benefit Analysis, Public Goods and Bads,
Local Public Finance, Finance and Development, International Issues in Public
Finance and Social Security
This note introduces key
concepts and issues in finance. Topics covered includes: From claims to value,
Value for Issuers, Exchange mechanisms, Modern Finance, Asymmetric Information,
Pricing riskless Bonds, Risk, The Portfolio approach to risk, Market efficiency,
Intermediaries and assets, Options and Hedging, Government and financial
International Financial Management is a well-known
term in today’s world and it is also known as international finance. It means
financial management in an international business environment. This book covers
the following topics: Multinational Financial Management, Evolution Of
International Monetary and Financial System, Management Of Short-term Assets and
Liabilities, International Capital Budgeting Decision, Foreign Investment
Decision, Political and Country Risk Management, Cost Of Capital Of
Multinational Firm, Capital Structure of Multinational Firm, Dividend Policy of
a Multinational Firm, Taxation Of Multinational Firm and Long-term Sources of
Funds for A Multinational Company.
Author(s): Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and
Technology, Hisar - Haryana
book explains the following topics: Globalization of Financial Markets, The
Bretton Woods System, The Gold Standard, The European Monetary System,Creation
of Euro – Currency Markets an over view, Creation of Euro Dollar, Emergence of
Global Currency Markets, The size and structure of European Markets, Regulatory
Systems of Foreign Exchange, International Financial Markets, International
Money Market Instruments and Institutions, Comparison of domestic, foreign and
euro markets, Hedging and Speculation, Lending and Investment, Forex Risk and
euro currency markets for Lending and Investment, Interest Rate Parity Theory.
Author(s): Prof. Zaheer Ahmed, Prof. Prof.
Michel Raj, Prof. S. Prakash, Prof. P. Natarajan, Prof. Jonardan Konear
This book covers the following topics: Finance Function :
Scope and Objectives, Financial Resources : Long Term, Medium Term and Short
Term Financial Resources with Reference to India, Capital Structured Decisions,
The Cost of Capital, Capital Budgeting, Working Capital Management, Management
in Cash, Management of Receivables, Inventory Management, Dividend Decisions,
Business Failures and Mergers, Ratio Analysis and Funds Flow Statement.
Author(s): Directorate of Distance Education, Guru Jambheshwar
This note is designed to familiarize students
with international financial transactions and Operational aspects of foreign
exchange markets. One of the major objectives of developing this course note
has been to bring in the recent happenings in international finance arena. It
focus more on the practical aspects of international finance in conjunction to
report describes the technologies now and likely to be available to providers and users of financial services. It analyzes the present structure of
the financial service industry, its service offerings, its relationships with
users of financial services, and observable trends.
objective of this lecture note is to learn the financial tools needed to make
good business decisions and presents the basic insights of corporate finance
theory, but emphasizes the application of theory to real business decisions.
Author(s): Prof. Dirk Jenter and Prof. Katharina Lewellen