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    Course length

    36 contact hours

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    Course fees

    Pricing subject to change without notice

Course details

Learning outcomes

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • determine the best way to create value for shareholders of corporations and for stakeholders of non-profit organizations
  • identify the core areas of corporate finance, including how they interact with the company’s other functional areas to achieve organizational goals
  • describe the role of intermediaries in the Canadian financial markets for raising capital to fund business investments
  • prepare capital asset depreciation for tax purposes, and discuss the tax implication of additions and disposals
  • apply techniques for financial statement analysis to evaluate the company’s financial condition, capital structure, and operational performance
  • analyze and contribute to management of working capital, including accounts receivable and inventories
  • prepare calculations using multiple valuation methods and evaluate capital budgeting projects 
  • determine the valuation of marketable bonds
  • determine the cost of debt and weighted average cost of capital calculations to determine the minimum required rate of return for investments
  • determine the net advantage of leasing as an alternative method of asset acquisition financing

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Extended Education
185 Extended Education Complex
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada

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