Company Valuation, a graphical approach DF2-221-I-M
This interactive tutorial describes in a very simple manner the four valuation methods: accounting method liquidation method discounting of cash flows and ratios. Using animations and graphs it shows what each of these methods measures focusing on the balance sheet.
The last section of this tutorial is an exercise where students have to apply the four valuation methods for a fictitious company. The objective is for them to see a graphical comparison of the different values obtained under each one of the methods.
This tutorial has been used successfully in undergraduate, graduate (in particular MBA, Masters in Finance and Masters in Management courses) and executive education level finance courses, both in online/blended and face-to-face formats.Academic Area:Finance
Islamic Finance DF2-216-I-M
Islamic finance is a tutorial that shows the main concepts and financial instruments used by Sharia-compliant Financial Institutions. This tutorial focuses on the main operations and contracts in the business environment but also shows through examples the Sukuk or Islamic bonds that continually attract more and more buyers.
The tutorial includes:
- A glossary of Arabic terms commonly used in Islamic finance and Sharia
- Flow diagrams to explain the contracts and flow of funds for the most common Islamic financial instruments
- Flow diagrams to explain the contracts and flow of Sukuk also referred to as Islamic Bonds
- A series of examples based on the application of Islamic financial instruments in different scenarios.Academic Area:Finance
Investing with Talent DF2-123-I-M
This interactive tutorial demonstrates the concept of time value of money and how it is applied in the evaluation of investment opportunities. Two basic tools that rely on this concept the Net Present Value (NPV) and the Internal Rate of Return (IRR) are described and compared to each other and to some more intuitive alternative methods.
These numerical techniques are explained in an easily-understood visual manner through a series of interactive graphs and animations. Questions and numerical exercises throughout allow students to apply these concepts and reinforce the learning objectives.
This interactive tool has been designed to complement the paper based tutorial also included which provides a more in depth discussion of the concepts and their application.Academic Area:Finance
Optimal Capital Structure DF2-161-I-M
This interactive tutorial explains the concept of the optimal financial mix. Through animations interactive graphs and very simple exercises students will understand and apply this concept.
At the end of the tutorial a practical multimedia case is included where students must find the optimal financial mix for maximizing the value of the investment projects.Academic Area:Finance
Financial Forecasts DF2-105-I-M
This interactive tutorial teaches students the procedures that need to be followed to make financial forecasts. This multimedia resource comprises brief theoretical explanations graphs and an interactive exercise. The exercise will be solved step-by- step as students advance through the program starting with an analysis of the historical data and finishing with the calculation of the funds required.
At the end of this multimedia tool a sensitivity analysis allows students to identify the changes in their forecasts (funds needed or excess funds) that would have occurred had some of the important variables been modified. For example increases or decreases in the cost of goods sold changes in the average collection period of clients changes in the average payment period to suppliers etc.Academic Area:Finance
Company Valuation Through Ratios DF2-145-I-M
This interactive tutorial details the main ratios used in the financial world and their application in company valuations specifically the PER EV/EBITDA PER growth dividend yield and the price to book value.
As each of the ratios are explored their use in making company valuations across different sectors is shown. Students are then asked to make valuations for several companies using this method.
In addition a final exercise has been developed in which students have to make a company valuation using the discounted cash flow method as well as using the average PER and EV/EBITDA of the sector. The different results obtained are then compared with the price quoted on the stock market.Academic Area:Finance
The Cost of Capital DF2-141-I-M
This multimedia tutorial teaches students how to calculate the weighted average cost of capital (WACC). It also shows interactive graphs where the students can analyze the effects of equity beta asset beta and the financing mix of the company on the WACC and the NPV. These graphs are complemented by several exercises.
At the end of the tutorial a simple practical case about the correct procedure to use for calculating the WACC when a company is going to float on the stock market is included. This section is complemented by links to websites where the financial information needed to complete the exercise can be found (equity betas from different sectors and their financing mix).
Mathematics and Finance DF2-122-I-M
This interactive tutorial allows students to understand several important financial concepts such as the present value the future value interest and time amongst others. It shows the relationship between these concepts and how to calculate each.
In order to reach this objective charts with definitions and equations interactive graphs and exercises are included.Academic Area:Finance