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Fundamentals of Financial Management 2
Credit units3 unitsCodeMAN2102FacilitatorMamduh M. Hanafi, MBA, PhDOfficeSouth-wing building, third floorFaculty Economics and Business, Universitas GadjahMada Yogyakarta, Indonesia 55281Phone: +62 274 548510 ext. 171e-mail:mamhan02@yahoo.com,mamduhmh@ugm.ac.idConsultation Timeby appointmentPrerequisiteMAN2101CourseDescription The course is the continuation of Financial Management1 course which introduces students to the concept of financial management of business corporations. Therefore it starts with the review of some fundamentalconcepts on financial management regarding theconcept of value and risk. Then the role of shareholdersin large corporation is discussed particularly incorporate governance context and how to obtainfinancing through venture capital and initial publicoffering (IPO). How much firm should borrow (financingdecisions) is discussed in capital structure theoriesfollowed by payout (dividend) policy. Since financialtransactions in corporation are recorded in financialstatements, financial analysis and planning based onthose statements follows the discussion. Special topicsin corporate finance, - mergers, international financialmanagement, option, and risk management -, are alsodiscussed. Finally it ended with the conclusions, whatwe know and do not know in finance.LearningObjectivesAfter completion of this course, students are expectedto be able to:
Understand the role of shareholders in largecorporation and in the context of corporategovernance.2.Explain how to obtain external financing throughventure capital and IPO.3.Distinguish concepts, advantage and
disadvantage types of capital sources for firms indifferent characteristic of risk and return, andindustries.4.Understand capital structure theories and payoutpolicy, evaluate and make decision based on thetheories5.Analyze and plan financial conditions of corporation based on financial statementinformation.6.Analyze special topics in corporate finance, i.e.mergers, international financial management,option, and risk management.Book andReadingMaterial
Brealey, Richard A, Stewart C. Myers, and Alan J.Marcus. (2010),
Fundamentals of CorporateFinance
. 6
ed., McGraw-Hill, International Edition.2.Additional materials will be distributed later.Students’Responsibilities
Class participation
. Students are highly expected tocontribute ideas, thoughts, experiences, and argumentto the class discussion. Although overviews of keypoints and issues will be provided, we stronglyrecommend that students comprehend the materials indetails, raise questions and ideas, and create a “lively”class, meaning that you must read and preparereadings assigned prior to coming to the class. Besides,students are encouraged to raise comments on,questions, or critiques to the other presenting groups.AbsenteeismPredicted on FEB UGM regulation, students are requiredto attend 100% of total lectures held. Any violationsagainst this rule may render the final grade penalized.
Academicconduct andbehavior:
Academic misconduct/dishonesty (cheating and plagiarism)would lead to serious academic penalty. Students areexpected to behave as a mature and decent people.
An experiential approach
. Continuously andconsistently, students are assigned to constructexperiential observations on managerial cases andpractices, and subsequently report the findings to theinstructor.
Internet exploration
. Students are encouraged toharness the advancement of information technology inexploring knowledge and opportunities. Remember thatin current circumstances, a clever person is not shebeing able to answer all questions; rather, it knowswhere to find answers.
Case analysis
. Student will be randomly distributedinto groups. Besides functioning as a discussion forum,the group is required to submit a case write-uppresentation. It is expected that the student worksdiligently on these cases so as to apply theoreticalconcepts to real problems and develop studentsanalytical and problem solving skills. The length of the case write-up must not exceed tenpages of A4-sized paper, not including figures, tables,charts, or other appendices. The report has to betypewritten with 1.5-spaced text system. Quantitativeanalysis supporting recommendations may be attachedin appendices whilst figures, table, or chartssummarizing the quantitative analyses can be includedin the text. Grading will be based on five criteria: (1)clarity, (2) completeness, (3) conciseness, (4)correctness, and (5) consistency. Late submissions willnot be accepted without prior approval of the lecturer.All request for extension should be directed tolecturer(s) by e-mail at last two days before due datefor submission. Extensions will be granted for medicalreasons upon receipt of medical certificate, or inexceptional circumstances in consultation with theindividual lecturer.
. Mid-term and final test purport toexamine students’ knowledge and understanding onconcepts learnt in the lectures.Grading
Assignment and Class participation: 20%Quiz: 20%Mid-Term Exam: 30%Final Exam: 30%Grading range:> 90 A, 70-90: B, 50-70: C, 40-50: D, <40 E
Topics and Learning Goals
SessionTopic(s)Learning GoalsSourcesARSCoSClsLdsECIC
Overview of FinancialManagement 1
VVBMC 1-132.
Introduction to CorporateFinancing
Venture, Capital, IPOs, &Seasoned Offerings

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