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Investment Analysis in Corporate Finance

What you will learn:

  1. The Time value of Money
  2. Discounting Cash Flows
  3. Annuities and Perpetuities
  4. Dividend valuation & growth
  5. Gordon Growth Model
  6. Investment decision making

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What is Investment Analysis in Corporate Finance:

A cash flow in the future has a value today, called the present value (PV). The PV is determined by the interest rate and the time period elapsed. They are crucial concepts in finance. For example, the price of a security – whether a bond or a stock – is the sum of the present value of all the cash flows expected to be generated by the security in the future. For many securities, such as stocks, cash flows in the form of dividends grow and decline in the future, and valuation models have been designed to account for such changes.

Why it is important:

In this course, you will learn about the discounting of future cash flows and dividend valuation models for pricing stocks. You will also see how metrics such as net present value (NPV) and internal rate of return (IRR) are used to accept or reject a project or investment.

This course will enable you to determine the present value of a series of cash flows from an investment or security using metrics such as NPV and IRR. Particular emphasis is given to the pricing of stocks through valuation models that also allow for the growth of future dividends.

What you will learn:

  1. The Time value of Money
  2. Discounting Cash Flows
  3. Annuities and Perpetuities
  4. Dividend valuation & growth
  5. Gordon Growth Model
  6. Investment decision making

Target audience:

New recruits to banking and financial organizations, corporate bankers, senior managers, sales and marketing executives, operations and support staff, compliance professionals.

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