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Bba 2204 fin mgt introduction 180913
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Bba 2204 fin mgt introduction 180913
Bba 2204 fin mgt introduction 180913
Bba 2204 fin mgt introduction 180913
Bba 2204 fin mgt introduction 180913
Bba 2204 fin mgt introduction 180913
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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT course overview

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT course overview

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    • 1. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: Course OverviewCourse Overview FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: Course OverviewCourse Overview BBA 2204 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTBBA 2204 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT by Stephen Ong Visiting Fellow, Birmingham City University Business School, UK Visiting Professor, Shenzhen
    • 2. Today’s OverviewToday’s Overview
    • 3. Course OrganisationCourse Organisation COURSE LEADERCOURSE LEADER Stephen ONGStephen ONG Visiting Professor, Shenzhen University, P.R.China B.Sc. (Hons) Economics, London School of Economics, University of London MBA (International Business), University of Bradford, UK TUTORIAL LECTURERTUTORIAL LECTURER Sahar HASSANISahar HASSANI Ph.D Researcher, International Business School, University Technology Malaysia B.Sc. (Hons) Economics, Iran MBA, Multimedia University, Malaysia (Distinction in Accounting)
    • 4. Learning ObjectivesLearning Objectives The course is a continuation from the fundamentals level course and is designed to prepare the students for higher knowledge of financial management. The topics covered are for preparation to higher and advanced financial management courses. 1.To understand techniques to analyze the conditions of a firm 2.To understand the basic concepts of investment in stocks and bonds 3.To understand the way firms manage short term and long term capital 4.To understand basic techniques for project valuation.
    • 5. Learning OutcomesLearning Outcomes Upon completion of the course, the students should be able to: 1.The course is a continuation from the fundamentals level course and is designed to prepare the students for higher knowledge of financial management. The topics covered are for preparation to higher and advanced financial management courses. 2.To understand techniques to analyze the conditions of a firm 3.To understand the basic concepts of investment in stocks and bonds 4.To understand the way firms manage short term and long term capital 5.To understand basic techniques for project valuation.
    • 6. Course ContentCourse Content  Weeks 1-2 : Principles of FinancialWeeks 1-2 : Principles of Financial ManagementManagement  Weeks 3-5 : Investment AnalysisWeeks 3-5 : Investment Analysis  Weeks 6-8: Financial ValuationWeeks 6-8: Financial Valuation  Weeks 9-11: Capital BudgetingWeeks 9-11: Capital Budgeting  Week 12-13: Current Asset &Week 12-13: Current Asset & Liability ManagementLiability Management  Week 14 : RevisionWeek 14 : Revision
    • 7. AssessmentAssessment Coursework (40%)Coursework (40%)  Class attendance,Class attendance, participation andparticipation and completion of tutorialcompletion of tutorial assignments (10%)assignments (10%)  Group writtenGroup written assignment (23%) onassignment (23%) on business researchbusiness research project.project.  Individual presentationIndividual presentation on section of projecton section of project (7%).(7%). Examination (60%)Examination (60%)  Mid-term ExaminationMid-term Examination (20%) Closed book(20%) Closed book examination based onexamination based on the learning outcomesthe learning outcomes for Weeks 1 to 6.for Weeks 1 to 6.  Final Examination (40%)Final Examination (40%) Closed bookClosed book examination based onexamination based on the learning outcomesthe learning outcomes for Weeks 1 to 14.for Weeks 1 to 14.
    • 8. Group ProjectGroup Project CONTENTCONTENT  Select Public Listed CompanySelect Public Listed Company (PLC)(PLC)  Research financial informationResearch financial information and annual reports for 5 yearsand annual reports for 5 years  Report on :Report on :  Financial Statements and RatioFinancial Statements and Ratio AnalysisAnalysis  Cashflow AnalysisCashflow Analysis  Analysis and valuation of theAnalysis and valuation of the Company’s bond issuesCompany’s bond issues  Analysis and valuation of theAnalysis and valuation of the Company’s sharesCompany’s shares  Analysis of Company’s cost ofAnalysis of Company’s cost of capitalcapital  Analysis of Company’s workingAnalysis of Company’s working capital and current assetcapital and current asset managementmanagement  Analysis of current liabilitiesAnalysis of current liabilities managementmanagement ASSESSMENTASSESSMENT  Group of 5 membersGroup of 5 members  Report of 10-15 pages,Report of 10-15 pages, approximately 1,000approximately 1,000 wordswords  Individual presentationsIndividual presentations of Sections of theof Sections of the Report, approximately 5Report, approximately 5 minutes per member.minutes per member.  Report SubmissionReport Submission Deadline : Week 12Deadline : Week 12  Presentations: Week 14.Presentations: Week 14.
    • 9. Resources : E-LearningResources : E-Learning  LMS for Course Information, Plan, Schedule,LMS for Course Information, Plan, Schedule, Assessment, Assignment DeadlinesAssessment, Assignment Deadlines https://mustlms.must.edu.myhttps://mustlms.must.edu.my//  Lecture SlidesLecture Slides http://www.slideshare.net/stephenongch/http://www.slideshare.net/stephenongch/
    • 10. Resources : Core ReadingResources : Core Reading  Gitman, Lawrence J. and Zutter ,Chad J.(2013)Gitman, Lawrence J. and Zutter ,Chad J.(2013) Principles of Managerial Finance, Pearson,13Principles of Managerial Finance, Pearson,13thth EditionEdition  Brooks,Raymond (2013) Financial Management:Brooks,Raymond (2013) Financial Management: Core Concepts , Pearson, 2Core Concepts , Pearson, 2thth editionedition  Titman, Sheridan J., Martin, John D. and Keown,Titman, Sheridan J., Martin, John D. and Keown, Arthur J. (2013) Financial Management: PrinciplesArthur J. (2013) Financial Management: Principles and Applications, Pearson 12and Applications, Pearson 12thth editionedition  Keown, Arthur J., Martin, John D. and Petty, J.Keown, Arthur J., Martin, John D. and Petty, J. William (2013) Foundations of Finance, Pearson 8William (2013) Foundations of Finance, Pearson 8thth editionedition
    • 11. Consultation HoursConsultation Hours (By appointment only)(By appointment only)  Stephen Ong (School of Business, Level P)Stephen Ong (School of Business, Level P)  Monday 11:00 pm – 1:00 pmMonday 11:00 pm – 1:00 pm  Thursday 11:00 pm – 1:00 pmThursday 11:00 pm – 1:00 pm  Email : stephenongch@gmail.comEmail : stephenongch@gmail.com  Sahar Hassani (School of Business, Level P)Sahar Hassani (School of Business, Level P)  Monday 11:00 pm – 1:00 pmMonday 11:00 pm – 1:00 pm  Thursday 11:00 pm – 1:00 pmThursday 11:00 pm – 1:00 pm  Email : ong.minds@gmail.comEmail : ong.minds@gmail.com
    • 12. QUESTIONS?QUESTIONS?
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    • 14. 2 - 14 How Creative Are You?How Creative Are You? ANSWERSANSWERS Fortune 500Fortune 500 ScatteredScattered ShowersShowers Triumph of theTriumph of the SpiritSpirit Grace PeriodGrace Period Rhodes ScholarRhodes Scholar I UnderstandI Understand Spring BreakSpring Break Media BiasMedia Bias Two for OneTwo for One Stock SplitStock Split Blue in the FaceBlue in the Face High IntensityHigh Intensity SpreadsheetSpreadsheet ObjectionObjection OverruledOverruled Web LinksWeb Links Rolls RoyceRolls Royce Tomb ofTomb of TutankhamenTutankhamen

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