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MODULE D, BOSTON: CORPORATE FINANCE
Wed, 25 May 2016, 08:30 – Thu, 30 Jun 2016, 11:30 Easter Island Standard Time World (Easter) Time
Professor: Frederic Chartier
Course ID: 9208
Expanding upon the work undertaken in Financial Management, Corporate Finance is designed to help you understand how value can be measured, protected, and maximized in a socially responsible manner, both in home and in international contexts.
In particular, this course explores the role of corporate managers in their aim to maximize the value of the firm. Considered are issues in capital structure, dividend policy, hybrid securities and financing, mergers and acquisitions, risk-management, and international finance. Through case discussions and text readings, this course will help you develop the knowledge, skills, critical thinking abilities, and behaviors required of corporate finance managers.
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