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  • Corporate Finance And Applications Fall 2016

    Corporate Finance and Applications Fall 2016 Professor R.A. Michelfelder, Ph.D. 52:390:310 December 14, 2016 Due: Tuesday, December 20, 2016 11:59 PM by Email FINAL EXAMINATION Please briefly respond to all of the following questions on each page. There are 6 pages of questions. This is a take-home examination. All responses are to be in your own words. This examination is due on Tuesday, 12/20/2016 at 11:59 PM and there are no exceptions. Any late submittals will result…

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  • Sukuk Bond Analysis

    between the Islamic Sukuk and conventional bond. Firstly, the yield differences showed that the difference of conventional bonds suffer more risk due to the nature of receiving the high yield ratio than Sukuk. Conventional bonds generate two cash flows for investors. First, the face value of which is a fixed amount of funds that the bond issuer is obligated to pay to the bondholder when the bond matures. Second, the interest is a fixed amount of funds that the bond issuer is obligated to pay to…

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  • Bank Negara Malaysia Case Study

    other hand, bond also act as a source of finance. The bond is one of the debt securities (debt instruments) which issued by issuer and sell it to the investors. The bond will act as a loan whereas the issuer is the borrower and the investor is the lender, the coupon is the interest. (Certified Financial Planner, 2015) Every bond will have a maturity date and also the par value. Maturity date (due date) is the date that the loan will be paid off and the par value is the nominal value of a bond.…

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  • Mortgage Backed Security: A Case Study

    It is the way to the small regional bank to lend the mortgage to the customers without having the tension that whether the borrower will be able to repay the loan or not. There is a role of bank to act as an intermediary between the investment markets and the homebuyer. This type of security is used to give the principal payments and interest from the pool of mortgage to the shareholders. These types of securities are issues and guaranteed by Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA), Federal…

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  • Portfolio Management Case Study

    overall risk associated with it. So it is a tool that helps bank to take business decisions in a known window with the view of the risk that the bank is associated with. Portfolio management: Portfolio is a combination of financial instruments like bonds, common stocks, banknotes, debentures and other instruments. The process of obtaining optimum returns with minimum risk from the combination of various portfolios is called portfolio management. Immunization is a strategy that equalize the…

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  • The Importance Of An Investment Bank

    acquisitions that may provide support services in trading of various securities. There are significate procedures put in place to help investment bankers regulate businesses practices like registration, loan syndication to raise large amounts of capital, and market making for profits. Registration, Under the Securities Act of 1933 was put in place to ensure investor received significant information about securities being offered…

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  • Banco Bradesco Case Study

    operates as an international bank, offering various types of banking product and services. Bradesco operates through two segments: Banking, and Insurance, Pension & Capitalization Bonds. The Banking segment includes individuals and small, midsize and large companies located in Brazil. The Insurance, Pension & Capitalization Bonds segment offers products which include health, life, personal accident, automobile and other types of assets. The bank was founded as a commercial bank by Amador Aguiar…

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  • Difference Between Short Term And Short-Term Securities

    firms use securities as resources for improving their organization’s financial stability, in order to remain competitive in current markets. Managers need to make wise decisions when they seek to make investments, because these decisions can make an organization more efficient or it can be destructive to the company. Depending on the status of the economy and current market, long term investments…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Monetary Procurement

    monetary procurement will occur. There exist three primary methods for an entrepreneur to acquire the necessary funds for an enterprise such as establishing two additional restaurants at new locations, and that is the issuing of either stocks or bonds , as well as, borrowing funds from traditional financial institutions. In order to procure the necessary funding that a new business venture requires, one must evaluate whether to borrow the funds or whether to sell a portion of the business…

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  • Sorenson Stove Company Case Summary

    that Sorenson Stove Company has cash inflows from various other sources. Other possible sources of cash inflows for the company could be interest earned on invested capital; gains on the sale of assets; or capital raised by the issuance of stocks and bonds. The discrepancy between the monthly cash budget and daily cash budget is due to the assumptions of the daily cash budget. The daily cash budget assumes that collections are evenly spread throughout the month, while costs are not. This…

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