# All posts by Jawwad Farid

## Session IV – B: Corporate Finance: Present Value in Action

Concept Title: Present Value in Action Let’s work with the example above running the numbers using our new formulas and an interest rate or discount rate of 10% a year. We make one additional assumption that all payments, investments as well as returns are made

## Corporate Finance: Discount rate and time value of money

Time value of money. Interest Rate /Discount Rate / Internal Rate of Return. It’s time to talk about interest rates, discount rates and time value of money.  Three inter related core concepts in Finance that lead to a number of interesting applications. Compounding Let’s go

## Session III – B: Corporate Finance: The many faces of Return: ROE, ROIC and Payback

Concept Title: Return Description: Explains teaches how to calculate return and different kinds of returns Explanation We already know that compensation for bearing risk is called return. The question now is how do we determine an appropriate return? In order to answer this question we

## Session III – A: Corporate Finance: Risk & Return

Description: Explains the concept of Risk, the reward for bearing the risk and different types of return of Investments Concept Title: Risk & Reward Definition: Establishes the relationship between risk and reward When it comes to risk, there are probably as many definitions out there

## Session II – C: Corporate Finance: Equity and the Income Statement

Concept Title: Equity Description: This concept takes a look on equity and identifies the different equity types Equity When you take out what the firm owes from what the firm owns, something should be left for the original owners of the firm. The net amount

## Session II-B: Corporate Finance: Balance Sheet: Liabilities & Working Capital

Concept Title: Liabilities Description: Continues the discussion of basic accounting and finance terms with a focus on liabilities Liabilities The opposite of assets, liabilities are things that other people own and the firm owes. Similar to assets there are also different shades of liabilities. The

## Session II-A: Corporate Finance: The Balance Sheet, Assets, Depreciation

Review of Financial Statements Description: Builds on Key concepts explained in the previous session and explains the financial statements in detail A sample balance sheet (format) is given below followed by an explanation of the various heads of accounts in the balance sheet, Their explanations

## Session I – C : Corporate Finance: Accounting Notes

Concept Title: The Accounting Notes Explanation:    Explains the different types of Accounting Notes and the appropriate way to read Financial Statements to extract information The notes are the source of information on minor details that have major impacts on current and future earnings as well as

## Session I – B: Corporate Finance: Financial Statements – Balance Sheet, Profit & Loss and Cash flows

Financial Statements and Financial Statements Analysis In order to determine the health of a business you need financial statements. Why would you be interested in the health of a business? Can a business be healthy or sick? The answer is a definite ‘yes’. For businesses,

## Session I – A – Operating Cycle, Books of Accounts and Forms of doing business

Definitions Before we delve into the subject of finance there are a number of terms that need to be introduced so that we speak the same language.  My assumption is that as a student you have some idea of what it takes to run a

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