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FIN 502 Corporate Finance
Department: MSc Finance
Module Description: The purpose of this module is to develop a clear understanding of the fundamentals of corporate finance and their relationship with the theory and practice of corporate investments through the examination of real-life case studies and contemporary examples. Course discusses and compares investment appraisal techniques, examines the relation of finance theory to corporate policy issues such as capital structure, debt policy, capital budgeting, dividend policy and mergers and acquisitions.
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