Get a handle on one of the most powerful forces in the world today with this straightforward, no-jargon guide to corporate finance A firm grasp of the fundamentals of corporate finance can help explain and predict the behavior of businesses and businesspeople. And, with the right help from us, it’s not that hard to learn! In Corporate Finance For Dummies, an expert finance professor with experience in everything from small business to large, public corporations walks you through the basics of the subject. You’ll find out how to read corporate financial statements, manage risks and investments, understand mergers and acquisitions, and value corporate assets. In this book, you will also: Get a plain-English introduction to the financial concepts, instruments, definitions, and strategies that govern corporate finance Learn how to value a wide variety of instruments, from physical assets to intangible property, bonds, equities, and derivatives Explore the intricacies of financial statements, including the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows Perfect for students in introductory corporate finance classes looking for an easy-to-follow supplementary resource, Corporate Finance For Dummies, delivers intuitive instruction combined with real-world examples that will give you the head start you need to get a grip on everything from the cost of capital to debt analytics, corporate bonds, derivatives, and more.
|Publisher||John Wiley & Sons|
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