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    Corporate Finance: The Overlooked Finance Career Corporate finance has been overlooked as a secondary choice for an undergraduate finance major that wasn’t able to break into Wall Street. Until recently, the reputation of holding a corporate finance job was not as prestigious as an investment-banking resume. In this paper, my objective is to enlighten the reader on the career paths of an entry-level corporate finance analyst and why I decided that corporate finance is the right path for me. The corporate finance is the department that deals with the firm’s source of financing, developing the firm’s capital structure, and the decisions made to grow the firms business in order to maximize investor’s wealth (shareholder and bondholders). Within corporate finance, the average firm is separated into three divisions, which are 1. Controller 2. Financial, Planning, and Analysis (FP&A) 3. Treasury Controller The controller department usually has the worst reputation of the three departments and often referred to as financial…

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    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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    My short-term goal for post-MS is to find a job as a financial analyst or a job in corporate finance and to acquire a CFA credential, which can assist me in becoming a more competitive employee. In the long term, I wish to open my own financial consulting company in Shanghai. And given the economic cycle, If unfortunately, there is a economic trough when I graduate from Olin Business School (OBS), I will seek an unpaid internship and build my network in the meanwhile. Therefore, I can keep…

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    Mini Case (p. 45) A. Why is corporate finance important to all managers? Managers of a company must know the finance of a company as this help managers to know the health of the company and can act accordingly with a common guideline .Suppose a marketing manager going to market to sell the company’s products .and he does not know the company is running financial trouble and products are not matching proper quality standards and unfortunately the products are sold to the customers .The…

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    Corporate Finance Case Study

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    Solutions Manual Solutions Manual Corporate Finance Ross, Westerfield, and Jaffe 10th edition 01/30/2013 Prepared by: Joe Smolira Belmont University 1 © 2013 by McGraw-Hill Education. This is proprietary material solely for authorized instructor use. Not authorized for sale or distribution in any manner. This document may not be copied, scanned, duplicated, forwarded, distributed, or posted on a website, in whole or part. Solutions Manual CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO…

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    That small business started in 1919 is become Europe’s largest grocery known as TESCO Plc. Tesco stores (holdings) were re-established in 1981 known as Tesco Plc. They popularized their slogan ‘Every little helps’ and they introduced a new value range in after 1991 (Tesco 2010). With the start of new Century, with the increasing trend of online shopping Tesco started its website and provided its customers with online shopping facilities and expanded its business on international level such as…

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    government bonds, and high-grade, long-term corporate bonds. Mr. Cohrs was concerned about the correct time interval to measure these averages, especially given the high returns and volatility of the bond markets shown in Exhibits 4 and 5. He was concerned also about which measure of expected returns should be used. Exhibits 4 and 5 present two different measures of average annual return, the arithmetic and the geometric. The arithmetic average return is the sum of the annual returns over the…

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    Their activities can assist in the effectual distribution of assets, increased market liquidity, enriched market confidence and helping shape the corporate information environment. A skilful financial analyst will be an incredible asset to any organization or individual. Below listed are a few characteristics we can expect from an efficient financial analyst who can help making better financial decisions: [5] • Should necessitate proactive curiosity in the specialist market where the employer…

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    5years Case Study

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    QUESTION 1: VALUATION OF SHARES 1. ROE= 25% Dividends Paid = DPS/EPS (54000/50000)/4.32 1.08/4.32 0.25 25% Share price for Ragan is $27.36 2. Growth for 5years = 18.75% Growth after 5 years = 15% Dividends D(0)=1.08 D(1)=1.08 X 1.1875=1.2825 D(2)=1.2825 X 1.1875=1.52296 D(3)=1.52296 X 1.1875=1.8085 D(4)=1.8085 X 1.1875=2.1476 D(5)=2.1476 X 1.1875=2.5503 D(6)=2.5503 X 1.15=2.9328 Terminal Value = 2.9328/0.15 X 0.20 = $41.4 Share Price = D1/(1+r) + D2(1+r)^2 +D3(1+r)^3 +…

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    hoarding cash. On one hand, to hoarding cash, the company may delay the payroll and work has ground to a halt. On the other hand, selling assets may cause company suffer big lose. Assets that are difficult to sell in an illiquid market carry a liquidity risk since they cannot be easily converted to cash at a time of need. Liquidity risk may lower the value of certain assets or businesses due to the increased potential of capital loss. Therefore, high liquidity risk could cause TCL suffer huge…

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