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Financial Management: An Irish Text (3rd Edition)

Financial Management: An Irish Text (3rd Edition)

Thomas Power, Steven Walsh and Paul O'Meara

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Suitable for third level and professional accountancy students taking finance as a major subject and for those studying finance as part of a non-finance course. 656 pages.

An entirely new section on ‘special topics’ includes an examination of derivatives and a discussion on international financial management.

Categorises and analyses the main sources of finance, with discussions on raising equity and the bond markets

  • Examining strategic financial decision-making, with chapters on: investment appraisal, including an intuitive discussion on real options; financial forecasting and planning; and the cost of capital and capital structure
  • In the context of recent turmoil in financial markets, a theoretical discussion on money markets and interest rates and the yield curve is provided.
  • Each chapter contains the following:
    • a set of learning objectives
    • a comprehensive executive summary
    • newspaper vignettes introducing students to real-life situations
    • end of chapter questions (including general reviews and concept questions) and computational and mathematical problems

Accompanied by an expanded lecturers' and students' website containing

  • more challenging questions;
  • PowerPoint presentation material;
  • new multiple choice questions;
  • study tips; and
  • extensive web links

Additional Information

Author Thomas Power, Steven Walsh and Paul O'Meara
Publisher Gill Books
Publication date 6 Aug 2009
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9780717145546

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