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The subject of financial management is gaining importance in the context of today's business environment. This book attempts to provide a clear understanding of the fundamentals of the subject, including the concepts, theories, models, tools and techniques, and their applications. Its focus on logical discussion, where it is needed for contextual understanding of the topic, makes the book different from others. Fundamentals of Financial Management is a useful resource for undergraduate students of management and commerce, as well as for practising managers. Key Features • Logical progression of text, from fundamentals and concepts to theories, techniques, and their applications. • Discussion of various tools and their applications in decision making in the context of the situation. • Explanation of various functions of Excel spreadsheet for different applications. • Pedagogical elements to help in better learning—objective questions, worked out examples, as well as unsolved problems.
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This book has been designed to discuss the fundamental concepts, procedures and practices of Financial Management. This book aims to fulfil the requirement of students for undergraduate courses in commerce and management, particularly the B.Com. (H) III/V Semester of Delhi University and other Central Universities throughout India. The Present Publication is the 18th Edition, authored by Dr R.P. Rustagi, with the following noteworthy features: • [Simple, Systematic & Comprehensive Explanation] The subject matter is presented in a simple, systematic method and a comprehensive explanation of the concepts and theories underlying financial management. The book tries to explain the subject matter in a non-mathematical and non-technical way • [Student-Oriented Book] This book has been developed keeping in mind the following factors: o Interaction of the author/teacher with their students in the classroom o Shaped by the authors'/teachers' experience of teaching the subject matter at different levels o Reactions and responses of students have also been incorporated at different places in the book • [MCQs & Theoretical Questions] have been added at the end of different chapters • [Working Notes & Explanations] have been added at various places • [Graded Illustrations] are added to explain the calculations and assumptions • [Financial Decision Making through EXCEL] is presented with the help of several numerical examples from different topics • [Latest Question Papers] Questions that appeared in the Latest Question Paper of Delhi University have been incorporated at appropriate places • [New Chapter on Capital Budgeting: Techniques of Evaluation] has the following features: o Basic principles of calculation of Cash Flows for capital budgeting proposals have been summarised for quick reference o A new section to deal with the Analysis of Risk in Capital Budgeting proposals has been introduced o Discussions on the Modified Internal Rate of Return have been inserted. • The structure of this book is as follows: o Synopsis (Chapter Plan) o Main Body (Contents) o Points to Remember o Graded Illustrations o Object Type Questions (True/False) o Multiple Choice Questions o Theoretical Assignments o Problems (Unsolved Questions with Answers) Contents of this book are as follows: • Background o Introduction to financial management, finance function and financial decision-making have been explained in Part I. The basic concepts of Risk-Return trade-off and the Time Value of Money have also been explained in detail in Part I, comprising of Chapters 1 and 2 • Long-Term Investment Decisions: Capital Budgeting o Part II of the book deals with long-term investment decisions, i.e. the capital budgeting process. Chapter 3 explains the significance and process of capital budgeting. The different evaluation techniques of capital budgeting proposals have been discussed in Chapter 4. • Financing Decision o The Financing Decision deals with the leverage and the formation of the capital structure of any firm, and it has been discussed in detail in Part III. The cost of capital, an important concept for capital budgeting and financing decisions, has been taken up in Chapter 5. Chapters 6 and 7 deal with the Leverage Analysis and EBIT-EPS Analysis. Different theories on the relationship between the leverage, cost of capital and value of the firm have been taken up in Chapter 8. The theoretical considerations for planning the capital structure have been summarised in Chapter 9 of the book. • Divided Decision o Part IV (Chapters 10 & 11) deals with another important area of decision-making, i.e. the Dividend Decision. Besides giving an analytical overview of different models on the relationship between dividend decisions and the value of the firm, an attempt has also been made to provide the determinants of dividend policy for any firm. • Management of Current Assets o Part V deals with the management of current assets (total as well as individual). Chapter 12 deals with the planning and management of total working capital and discusses the basic trade-off between liquidity and profitability. The estimation of the total working capital requirement has been taken up in Chapter 13. The management of individual elements of working capital, i.e., the Cash, Receivables and Inventory, has been taken up in Chapters 14, 15 and 16 of the book. • Valuation o Valuation of Securities has been discussed in Chapter 17 in Part VI of the book • Appendices o Financial Decision-Making with Excel o Past Year Question Papers with Suggested Answers to Practical Questions o Mathematical Tables
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Intended as an introductory course, this text contains updated institutional material which is international in scope and deals with the effects of electronic commerce. It provides tips, questions and answers and special features.
The term "financial management" refers to the process through which an organization's finances are planned, organised, directed, and controlled. Financial management is defined as "the activity connected with planning, raising, regulating, and administering finances utilised by the firm" by Guthman and Dougal. Finances play a vital role, hence this area of study focuses on how to acquire and effectively spend money. The term "financial management" refers to the administration of the financial system. Planning, organising, managing, and controlling a business's financial operations fall within the purview of financial management.Financial management affects every facet of for-profit and non-profit organisations alike. It's responsible for a wide variety of tasks, such as raising capital, allocating resources, and monitoring results in the financial realm. As a result, it has become an essential part of every business.Economics is the study of fundamental financial theory and its application to the conduct of economic or monetary operations. As a result, it is clear that economic ideas are applicable to financial matters.As a result of the development of Financial Management as a distinct field of study, finance now serves as a crucial component in every sector of the economy. Money and other liquid assets, such as shares of stock, debentures, and government bonds, are examples of financial inputs.