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Unit I: Financial Management and Its Environment

Financial Management and Its Environment clears the basic doubt on the nature of financial management, finance functions, and goals, and an overview of markets as well.

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Unit II: Financial Statements and Analysis

Financial Statements and Analysis is about the notes on financial statements: cash flow, income statement, balance sheet, ratio analysis, asset management, profitability, market value measures, DuPont identity.

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Unit III: Time Value of Money

Time Value of Money is a concept to understand the value of cash flow that occurred at different periods. Present value & future value, discounting &compounding, EIR & average return, and application of it are discussed.

Raising Capital in BCIS Fifth Semester, Reference notes

Unit IV: Raising Capital

Raising Capital is the process a business goes through in order to raise money for daily expenses, and long-term expenses.

Cost of Capital in BCIS Fifth Semester, Reference notes

Unit V: Cost of Capital

Cost of Capital refers to the rate that must be earned on the firm's investment in order to satisfy all the investor's required rates of return.

Capital Budgeting in BCIS Fifth Semester, reference notes

Unit VI: Capital Budgeting

Capital Budgeting refers to the process of acquiring capital projects or fixed assets. 

Capital Structure - Fifth Semester(BCIS)

Unit VII: Capital Structure

Capital Structure is the combination of long-term sources of financing which includes long-term debt, preferred stock, common share.

Dividend Decision - Fifth Semester(BCIS), reference notes

Unit VIII: Dividend Decision

Dividend Decision refers to the determination of the proportion of firms earning into the dividend and retained earnings. 

Working Capital Management - Fifth Semester(BCIS)

Unit IX: Working Capital Management

Working capital management is the set of activities performed by a company to make sure it got enough resources for day-to-day operating expenses.

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Question Bank

Question Bank of Fundamentals of Financial Management | Fifth Semester (BCIS)

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