Financial Management (FM-II) TYBAF Sem 5 Sheth Publication BAF Sem 5 -

Financial Management (Paper-II) TYBAF Sem 5 Sheth Publication

  • Publisher : Sheth
  • Author: L N Chopde & 10 Others
  • Edition: 2024
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    This Book is base on latest updated syllabus and paper pattern prescribed by Mumbai University for BAF (Bachelor of Accounting & Finance) 3rd Year semester 5 published by Sheth publication.The knowledge gained through the study of this subject will be useful to the students of all through their in Accounting & Finance professional lives.


     1. Strategic Financial Management

    Strategic Financial Management – Need and Importance
    Corporate, Business and Functional Strategy
    Financial Planning – Need and Importance
    Profit Maximisation
    Wealth Maximisation
    Interface of Financial Policy and Strategic Management
    Relationship of Finance to Economics and Accounting
    Role of Financial Manager

    2. Capital Budgeting – Project Planning and Risk Analysis
    Introduction – Capital Budgeting Process, Project Classification and Investment Criteria
    Techniques of Capital Budgeting – NPV, Benefit Cost Ratio, Internal Rate of Return, Modified Internal Rate of Return, Payback Period, Discounted Payback Period and ARR (Inclusive of Estimation of Project Cash Flows)
    Capital Rationing – Meaning, Need and Dealing with Capital Rationing Problems, Risk Analysis in Capital Budgeting – Sources and Perspectives of Risk, Sensitivity Analysis, Scenario Analysis, Simulation Model, Decision Tree Analysis and Break-even Analysis

    3. Capital Structure Theories and Dividend Decisions
    Capital Structure Theories – Background, Assumptions, Definitions and Taxation and Capital Structure
    Types – Net Operating Income, Net Operating Income Approach, Traditional Position, Modigliani and Miller Approach, Trade off Theory and Signalling Theory
    Dividend Decisions – Need, Importance, Formulation, Legal and Procedural Aspects
    Dividend Decision Models – Walter, Gordon, Graham and Dodd Model and MM Model

    4. Mutual Fund and Bond Valuation
    Introduction to Mutual Fund – History and Origin, Definition, Meaning, Characteristics, Advantages, Disadvantages, Limitations of Mutual Funds, Ethics in Mutual Fund. Entities involved – Sponsor, Trust, Trustee, Asset Management Company, Registrar and Transfer Agent (RTA) and Fund Houses in India
    Classification of Mutual Fund – Functional/Operational – Open ended, Close ended, Interval, Portfolio – Income, Growth, Balanced, MMMF, Geographical/Location -Domestic and Offshore, Tax Saving Funds, Exchange Traded Funds, Balanced Funds, Fixed Term Plan Debt Funds and SIP
    Calculations of NAV, Entry Load and Exit Load
    Bond Valuation – Meaning, Measuring Bond Returns – Yield to Maturity, Yield to Call and Bond Pricing. Bond Pricing Theorems, Bond Risks and Bond Duration
    (Practical Problems on YTM and Bond Duration)

    5. Credit Management
    Credit Management – Terms of Payment, Credit Policy Variables, Credit Evaluation, Credit Granting Decision, Control of Accounts Receivables i.e. Receivables Management, Ageing Schedule and Credit Management in India

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