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    Only This Much (Module - 2) (English, Paperback, R Anand, ANS Vijay, Venkatraman, Divya Mittal, Tharun Raj)

    Only This Much (Module - 2)  (English, Paperback, R Anand, ANS Vijay, Venkatraman, Divya Mittal, Tharun Raj)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: KW Publisher
    • ISBN: 9789381904107, 9381904103
    • Edition: 2012
    • Pages: 480
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      Table of Contents
      Financial Treasury & Forex Management (FTFM)

      Introduction to Financial Management
      Superiority of Wealth Maximization Over Profit Maximization
      What is Financial Management?
      Functions of Financial Executives

      Time Value of Money
      Reasons of Time Preference of Money
      Techniques for Evaluating a Decision by Considering Time Value of Money

      Financing Decisions
      Cost of Capital
      Cost of Debt
      Cost of Normal Debentures
      Cost of Redeemable Debentures
      Cost of DebentuRes (Kd) Summary
      Cost of Preference Shares
      Cost of Loans
      Cost of Equity
      Computation of Growth Rate
      Computation of Beta
      Cost of Reserves
      Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) or Overall Cost of Capital
      Marginal Cost of Capital
      Leverages
      When Operating Leverage Turns Into Operating Risk?

      Capital Structure Decisions
      EBIT EPS Analysis
      EBIT MPS Analysis
      Coverage Ratio
      Cash Flow Analysis
      Nature of the Industry

      Capital Structure Theories
      Net Income Approach (NI Approach)
      Net Operating Income Approach (NOI Approach)
      Modigliani Miller Approach (MM Approach)
      Traditional Approach

      Project Planning and Control
      Procedure of Capital Budgeting
      Project Life Cycle
      Significance of Capital Budgeting
      Types of Projects
      Feasibility Study of a Project
      Technical Appraisal
      Financial Appraisal
      Economic AppraIsal
      Commercial Appraisal
      Managerial Appraisal
      Social Cost Benefit Analysis (SCBA)

      Investment Decisions
      Meaning of Capital Budgeting
      Nature of Capital Budgeting
      Why Capital Budgeting/Investment Decision?
      Knock Out Accounting Approach Vs Cash Flow Approach
      Computation of Cash Inflows
      Depreciation as Per Income Tax and Its Effect on Cash Flows
      Non Discounting Techniques
      Computation of Pay Back Period
      Discounting/ Modern Techniques
      Net Present Value
      Reasons for Capital Rationing
      Optimal Replacement Cycle
      Risk Analysis in Capital Budgeting

      Dividend Decisions
      Dividend Policies
      Modigliani Miller Model (Irrelevance Theory)

      Working Capital Management
      Important Points
      Inventory Management
      Cash Management
      Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
      Investment V. Speculation
      Security Analysis
      Efficient Market Hypothesis/Theory (EMH)
      Random Walk Theory
      Dow Jones Theory
      Portfolio Management
      Measuring Risk in a Portfolio of N Securities
      Correlation (It Lies Between -1 To +1)
      Risk of Portfolio at Perfect Positive Correlation
      Risk of Portfolio at Perfect Negative Correlation
      Decision Based on Beta
      Capital Market Line (CML)
      Security Market Line (SML)
      Capital Assets Pricing Model
      Buying, Holding and Selling Shares Using CAPM
      Characteristic Line

      Derivatives
      Forward Contract
      Futures Contract
      Pricing a Futures Contract
      Index Futures
      Interest Rate Futures
      Options
      Swaps
      Interest Rate Swap
      Foreign Exchange (Forex) Management
      About Forex Market
      How Exchange Rate is Determined in India?
      Some Terms Used in Forex Market
      Pillars of International Finance
      Arbitrage Opportunities Can Be Identified in One of the Two Ways
      Foreign Exchange Risk Management

      Sources of Finance
      Preference Shares
      Debentures
      Equity Warrants With NCDS
      Secured Premium Notes
      Deep Discount Bond
      Zero Coupon Convertible Note
      Junk Bonds
      Venture Capital
      Global Depository Receipts
      Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds
      American Depository Receipts
      External Commercial Borrowing

      Corporate Restructuring & Insolvency (CRI)

      Corporate Restructuring
      Forms of Expansion
      Other Forms
      Types of Takeovers
      Defense Strategies to Takeover Bids
      Financial Defensive Measures
      Anti-Takeover Amendments or Shark Repellants (Section 31)
      Types of Anti-Take Over Amendments in Articles
      Features of Disinvestment Policy of Government
      Proposal + CCD + EOI + BIDS + SPA + IMG + CAG = Disinvestment

      Sections of Companies Act
      Section 390
      Section 391
      Section 393
      Memorandum (MoA)
      Section 394
      Section 396
      Power of Central Government to Provide for Amalgamation of Companies in Public Interest
      Appointed Date

      Procedural Aspects
      Steps Involved in Mergers/Demergers/Amalgamations/Compromise/Arrangements
      Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Policy, 2012

      Takeovers
      Power and Duty to Acquire Shares of Shareholders Dissenting
      from Scheme or Contract Approved by Majority
      Demerger, Hiving Off & Slump Sale
      Slump Sale
      Demerger

      Accounting & Taxation Aspects
      Accounting Aspects
      Slump Sale

      Valuation Of Shares, Business & Brands & Practical Problems
      Legal Framework of Valuation
      Valuation Guidelines
      Capitalised Earnings Per Share (CEPS)
      Market Value Per Share
      Discounted Cash Flow (DCF)
      So, What is the Valuation Criteria?
      Preferential Allotment & Qualified Institutional Placement
      Under SEBI (Issue of Capital & Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2009
      Takeover Code
      SEBI (Delisting Of Equity Shares) Regulations, 2009
      SEBI (Employees Stock Option Scheme & Employee Stock Purchase Scheme) Guidelines, 1999
      SEBI (Issue of Sweat Equity) Regulations, 2002
      Unlisted Companies (Issue of Sweat Equity Shares) Rules, 2003
      Unlisted Public Companies (Preferential Allotment) Rules, 2003
      Non Financial Considerations in Valuation
      Valuation of Brands
      Functions of Brands
      Protect the Value of Brand
      ProblemsNo More A Problem!!!
      Post Merger Price

      Fund Raising Options
      Financing of Mergers & Amalgamations

      Reduction & Variation
      Alteration of Share Capital
      Reduction of Share Capital
      Procedure for Reduction of Capital
      Variation of Shareholders Rights
      Proportion
      Variation
      Authorisation
      Cancellation
      Confirmation
      Equity With Differential Voting Right (DVR)

      Buy Back of Securities
      Objectives
      Buy Back by an Unlisted Company
      Buy Back by a Listed Company
      Buy Back Under Companies Act
      Buy Back Under Company Rules
      Private Limited Company & Unlisted Public Limited Company (Buy Back Of Securities) Rules, 1999
      Buy Back Under SEBI Regulations
      SEBI (Buy Back of Securities) Regulations, 1998
      Methods of Buy Back
      Buy Back Procedure
      Points Specific to Buy Back Through Stock Exchange
      Points Specific to Buy Back Through Book Building
      Takeover Code
      Buyback Under Section 391 Route

      Case Laws & Miscellaneous Concepts
      When A Court Can Sanction the Scheme?
      Intimation to Central Government & Handling Objections
      Reduction of Capital
      Valuation
      Power to Amalgamate
      Merger With Subsidiary
      Whether Meeting of Members/Creditors Mandatory?
      Whether Court Convened Meeting is a General Meeting?
      Whether Both Transferor & Transferee Company Must Make Separate Applications
      Appointed Date
      Requirements of Act & Effective Date
      Few Other Cases
      Protection of Employees/Workers
      HR Perspective (Value Creation Approach)
      Competition Act
      Takeover Code
      Provisions of Banking Regulation Act, 1949
      Stamp Duty Aspects of Amalgamation

      Competition Act, 2002

      Strategies & Post Merger Reorganisation
      Levels of Strategies
      Strategic Planning
      Stages in Strategic Planning
      Importance of Strategic Planning
      Benefits of Strategic Planning Include
      Long Range Planning & Strategic Planning
      Strategic Management
      Competitive Advantage and Core Competencies
      Post Merger ReOrganization (PMR)
      Factors in Post Merger Reorganisation
      Integration of Business and Operation
      Post Merger Success and Valuation
      Human and Cultural Aspects
      Measuring Key Indicators
      Insolvency

      SARFAESI, DRT & Others

      Securitisation
      Process of Securitisation
      Features of Assets to be Securitised
      Legislations Governing Securitisation
      Definition
      Enforcement of Security Interest
      Securitisation & Asset Reconstruction
      Sub-Prime Mortgage Crisis & Securitisation
      Change in or Take Over of the Management of the Business of the Borrower
      Central Registry
      The Recovery of Debts Due to Banks & Financial
      Institutions Act, 1993
      Applicability
      Overriding Provision
      Composition
      Procedure: (As Per DRT (Procedure) Rules, 1993)
      Powers of DRT

      Sick Industrial Companies (Special Provisions) Act (SICA), 1985 & NCLT Provisions
      Procedure Under SICA
      Procedure for Listing of References & Miscellaneous Applications in BIFR
      Procedure for Representation Before BIFR & AAIFR by CBDT
      Revival & Rehabilitation of Sick Industrial Companies
      Procedure Before NCLT
      NCLT & NCLAT

      Corporate Insolvency/Winding Up
      Dissolution Without Winding Up
      Modes of Winding Up
      Compulsory Winding Up (By the Court)
      Grounds for Winding Up of Unregistered Companies
      Commencement of Winding Up
      Consequences of Winding Up Order (Section 444)
      Powers of Liquidator (Section 457)
      Statement of Affairs (Section 439A)
      Voluntary Winding Up (Section 484)
      Declaration of Solvency (DoS) To RoC
      Corporate Restructuring Under Winding Up
      Contributory
      Sequence of Payment in Winding Up
      Fraudulent Preference
      Disclaimer of Onerous Property
      Delinquent Persons
      Committee of Inspection
      Power of RoC to Strike Defunct Companies Off the Register

      Cross Border Insolvency
      Hotchpotch Rule
      Effective Insolvency and Creditor Rights Systems World Bank Principles
      IAIR & INSOL
      Summary of the World Bank Principles
      Things From Exam Point of View
      Objectives for Revision

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        • 2012
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        • R Anand, ANS Vijay, Venkatraman, Divya Mittal, Tharun Raj
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