Corporate Finance deals with answering three primary questions:
1) The valuation question: How do you evaluate opportunities for investment?
2) The investment question: How do you choose between opportunities?
3) The funding question: How do you fund or finance your investment decisions and choices?
It also revolves around translating tomorrow’s returns into today’s dollars either using simplistic methods such as calculating present values using a defined rate of return or more complex methods involving payouts that vary with events, probabilities for events and distribution of investment returns based on investor. The purpose may be either to identify and fix problems or to learn how to repeat and replicate outstanding results.
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- Credit Process
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- WACC (Weighted Average Cost of Capital) & Beta
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