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Title      : PDF-35 Financial Management
Subject      : Financial Management
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 17/289
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Introduction to Financial Management Total views (239)  
Financial Management is that managerial activity which is concerned with the planning and controlling of the firm's financial resources. As we know the subject of financial management is of immense interest to both academicians and practicing managers. It is of great interest to academicians because the subject is still developing. Practicing managers are interested in this subject because among t ......
Pages: 12
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Scope of Financial Management Total views (234)  
As we know a firm performs finance functions simultaneously and continuously in the normal course of the business. They do not necessarily occur in a sequence. Finance functions call for skillful planning, control and execution of a firms activities. Investment decisions, financing decisions, dividend decisions and liquidity decisions are the important financial decisions in financial management.
Pages: 11
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Basics of Capital Budgeting Total views (219)  
Capital budgeting in simple terms is a process of deciding whether or not to commit financial resources to projects, whose cost and benefits will be spread over several number of years. To simplify it further, it means the process of making investment decisions in fixed assets. The term investment is used as a verb as well as a noun. It means the capital invested when it is used as a noun. It mean ......
Pages: 18
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Methods of Capital Budgeting Total views (219)  
The methods of appraising. Capital expenditure proposals can be classified into 2 broad categories i.e., traditional and time adjusted. 'The more common and widely used methods of capital budgeting, are; Payback method, Accounting rate of return method, Net present value method and Internal rate of return methods. Let us study these methods one by one. This is the simplest & the most commonly us ......
Pages: 39
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Risk Analysis in Capital Budgeting Total views (217)  
The success of any business depends on the manner in which it deals with the uncertanity and risks. In the previous units we have assumed that the acceptance of any investment proposal would not alter the business risk complexion of the firm. The supplier of capital will not change their perception - was the assumption. That is why we use a single required rate of return. But different investment ......
Pages: 26
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Risk Evaluation Approaches in Capital Budgeting Total views (216)  
Risk Adjusted Discount Rate Approach is one of the simplest and the most widely used methods for incorporating risk. Under this method, the amount of risk inherent in a project is incorporated in the discount rate employed in the present value calculations. Risky projects will have high discount rates and safe projects will have low discount rates. The method makes use of differential risk in di ......
Pages: 12
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Cost of Capital Concepts Total views (215)  
One of the first measures that is to be determined before we decide whether a project is viable or not is what the expectations of the lenders and the shareholders are. Shareholders invest money in a company partly for the periodic dividend and partly for the capital appreciation of the shares. Lenders give loans to companies with the expectation of a specified income, which is relatively less ris ......
Pages: 8
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The Weighted Average Cost of Capital Total views (216)  
Cost of equity, Cost of debt and the cost of retained earnings were thus arrived at. For these components to be useful from the corporate perspective they have to be consolidated. In other words, the cost of capital of an organization as a whole would encompass the individual costs of capital of the "components. This consolidation is done by way of a weighted average of the individual components. ......
Pages: 9
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Capital Structure Decisions Total views (213)  
Capital structuring has always been an intrigu ing subject for Finance professionals. A number of theories and propositions have been put forth regarding the determination of an optimum financing structure for a firm, given certain parameters. While some of these postulates are highly theoretical and have little use in practice, one cannot deny their worth. in imparting an understanding of the mu ......
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Financial Planning Total views (215)  
Financial Planning involves an estimation of the future course of activities to be taken up by an organization and its interpretation in terms of financial parameters. Every organization has to specifically plan for the following financial parameters 1.Profits over the planning horizon 2.Payout Ratio 3. Need for additional capital and the leverage ratio 4.Possible returns on the addi tional cap ......
Pages: 14
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Dividend Policy Decisions-An Introduction Total views (215)  
Dividend refers to the divisible profits of a company distributed or divided among its shareholders in proportion to their share holdings as specified in the memorandum of association and articles of association. In short, dividend is the share of profit of a company distributed as dividend among its shareholders. It can also be defined as the return on the money invested by the shareholders on th ......
Pages: 13
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Dividend Theories Total views (213)  
On the relationship between dividend policy and the value of the fi rm, different view points have been expressed by financial experts. Different theories have been advanced by them. The first view point is that dividends are irrelevant arid the amount of dividends paid does not affect the value of the firm. The major argument indicating that dividends are irrelevant was first propounded by Fran ......
Pages: 11
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Principles of Working Capital Total views (213)  
The instruction between current assets & current liabilities is the main theme of the theory of working capital management. Management -of current assets is similar to that of fixed assets in the sense that, in both the cases firm analyses their effects on its risks and return. But there are differences also. The firm has a greater degree of flexibility in managing the current assets. In this unit ......
Pages: 45
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Accounts Relievable Management Total views (213)  
A firm in today's competitive world has to sale its products on credit . In has become an essential marketing tool. The pro ducts should reach the ultimate consumer in time credit creates receivables which can be collected in near future. Cash sales are completely risk free, because there is immediate payment. Receivables are associated with risk. Receivables constitute a substantial portion of cu ......
Pages: 15
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Inventory Management Total views (212)  
Inventory is composed of assets to be sold in future in the normal course of business. In simple terms it is the stock of products. Inventories are generally in 3 forms raw materials, semi finished goods & finished goods. The objective of inventory management should be related to the overall objective of the firm. In fact inventory management is a part of production management. Financial managem ......
Pages: 11
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Management of Cash & Marketable Securities Total views (213)  
Cash is the most liquid current asset, the firm can immediately disburse it without any restriction. The firm should always keep sufficient cash. The balance of cash with it should not be too high or too low. All other current assets eventually converted into cash It includes coins, currency and cheques held by the firm. Cash management is a vital area of working capital management. The term cash ......
Pages: 15
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Economic Value Added (EVA) Total views (218)  
The performance measurement criteria of corporate entities are many. Common bases used are Net Profit Margin (NPM), Operating Profit Margin (OPM), Return On Investment (ROI), Return On Net Worth (RONW) etc. ROI is still recognized as the most popular yardstick of profitability measurement. A company having a ROI higher than its cost of capital is traditionally considered as a well managed one. Th ......
Pages: 21
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