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Finance for Executives Managing for Value Creation
ISBN13:by Hawawini, Gabriel; Viallet, Claude
South-Western College Pub
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Ideal for both aspiring managers and experienced executives, the Fourth Edition of FINANCE FOR EXECUTIVES: MANAGING FOR VALUE CREATION illustrates the importance of financial information in maximizing firm value. Respected authors Gabriel Hawawini and Claude Viallet draw on their wealth of business experience to provide a concise, analytically sound introduction to financial management that is neither too simplistic nor too theoretical. In fact, the book masterfully balances a thorough exploration of modern finance principles with a strong practical focus on real-world applications and rigorous analysis, even while avoiding complicated formulas with little value for decision-making. FINANCE FOR EXECUTIVES employs a strong problem-scenario approach to present key concepts within the context of realistic financial management issues that executives commonly face. In addition, a series of integrated case studies analyzes the same set of companies throughout the book to explore concepts in greater depth and reinforce learning. The book also features a highly reader-friendly structure and presentation, with self-contained chapters that make it an invaluable reference and resource. In addition, the Fourth Edition includes extensive updates incorporating the most recent financial data and latest references, as well as a new chapter devoted to managing corporate risk, an essential topic for success in today?s high-stakes business environment.
Table of Contents
|Financial Management and Value Creation: An Overview|
|Understanding Balance Sheets and Income Statements|
|Financial Diagnosis and Management|
|Assessing Liquidity and Operational Efficiency|
|Measuring Cash Flows|
|Diagnosing Profitability, Risk, and Growth|
|Using the Net Present Value Rule to Make Value-Creating Investment Decisions|
|Alternatives to the Net Present Value Rule|
|Identifying and Estimating a Project's Cash Flows|
|Raising Capital and Valuing Securities|
|Estimating the Cost of Capital|
|Designing a Capital Structure|
|Valuing and Acquiring a Business|
|Managing Corporate Risk|
|Making International Business Decisions|
|Managing for Value Creation|
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