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Part I - Prof. Fabrizio Rossi

Part II - Prof. Pasquale Iovine

ECTS: 10

Prerequisites: None

Contents:

1) Corporate Governance.

2) Balance sheet and income statement of the companies.

3) Analysis and financial planning.

4) Discounted Cash Flow analysis.

5) Capital Asset Pricing Model.

6) Weighted Average Cost of Capital.

7) Investment valuation.

8) Main characteristics of a modern financial system;

9) The regulatory framework;

10) Relationship banking vs transactional banking;

11) Financing tools and the life cycle of the firm;

12) Debt instruments for SMEs;

13) Equity markets for SMEs;

14) Alternative financing instruments for SMEs

15) Tools for an effective financial communication to banks and markets.

Textbooks:

The textbook will be communicated as soon as possible.

Materials will be provided at the beginning of each lecture.

Aims:

The class has the objective to transfer the basic of Managerial Accounting and Corporate Finance activity inside the firm system and the basic knowledge on how SME cover their financial needs in a modern financial system, with a particular attention to the instruments and services provided by the banking system.

In particular, at the end of a class the student must be able to interpret the economic and financial information and elaborate these using the right tools of Managerial Accounting, Corporate Finance, and Banking for SME.

This means that the student must be able to:

- Read and interpret the balance sheet and income statement of the companies.

- Measure the economic and financial performance of enterprises.

- Use the accounting information for estimate the cash flows, the cost of capital, and evaluate an investment project.

- Have a good knowledge of the tools, markets, actors and rules in a modern financial and banking system.

- Know the main characteristics of the funding instruments available for a SME.

- Be able to build a sustainable financial strategy.

Teaching and examination methods:

The lessons are based on 70 frontal hours with some analysis application.

The mark of the exam will be the result not only of the final test but also the result of a single test made during the class

[Ultima modifica: mercoledì 30 novembre 2016]