This section contains free e-books and guides on Financial Planning, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.
Strategic Financial ManagementProf. Selwyn Thambiraj, Prof. G. V. Challam,
Prof. G. Sudarshan Reddy, Prof. S. Mohan, Prof. Mahesh Chand GasgPDF
| 284 Pages
This book explains the following topics: Financial
Policy and Strategic Planning, Corporate Planning, Financial Planning, Financial
Modeling, Investments Decisions under Risk and Uncertainty, Statistical
Distribution Approach, Corporate Restructuring, Mergers and Acquisitions,
Business Alliance, Lease Financing, Venture Capital, Financing Strategy -
Innovative and Hybrid Securities, Financing Strategy - Option Financing
Financial Planning by Swapna MirashiSwapna MirashiPDF
| 143 Pages
This book is an
attempt towards educating the readers on the importance of thrift and equipping
them with the skills of planning and budgeting for a financially secure future.
Topics covered includes: Financial Planning, Money Management,
Financial Goal Setting, Investment , Planning and Managing Debt, Financial Risk
Management of Financial ServicesDr. M.C. GargPDF
| 375 Pages
This book explains the following
topics: Financial Systems and Markets, Nature and Scope Of Financial Services,
Insurance, Introduction to Banking, Management Of Risk In Financial Services,
Mutual Fund, Merchant Banking, Leasing and Hire Purchase, Debt Securitisation,
Housing Finance, Credit Rating, Credit Card, Venture Capital, Discounting,
Factoring and Forfeiting.
Financial Management by Pondicherry UniversityDr. Balachandran, Dr. G.
Raghavan and Dr. G. Shanmuga SundaramPDF
| 283 Pages
This book helps to know the various
sources of finance, various uses for finance and to familiarize oneself with the
techniques used in financial management.Capital Budgeting - A Conceptual
Framework, Capital Structure Theories, Dividend Policies and Working Capital
Financial Management by Prof. Jonathan LewellenProf. Jonathan LewellenOnline
| NA Pages
course note touches on all areas of finance, including the valuation of real and
financial assets, risk management and financial derivatives, the trade-off
between risk and expected return, and corporate financing and dividend policy.
Financial Management Of Business Expansion, Combination and AcquisitionDr.
| 142 Pages
This note covers the following topics: Mergers and acquisitions,
Legal procedure of merger and acquisition, Financial evaluation of a merger or
acquisition, Financing techniques in merger or Acquisition, Regulations of
mergers and takeovers in India, SEBI Guidelines for Takeovers.
Financial Management by Svetlana SaksonovaSvetlana SaksonovaPDF
| 172 Pages
The objective of
this note is to provides entrepreneurs with the knowledge in the area of
financial management, in order to enable them to successfully make financial
decisions and successfully plan financial and business operations. This course
note assumes little prior applied knowledge in the area of financial and
Profit Planning And Control In Public Enterprises In IndiaB.B. LalOnline
| 94 Pages
author hopes that this book will not only be fruitful in framing policies to
improve the functioning of an enterprise but will also serve as a reference for
the students of financial management.
Lecture notes on Financial Markets (PDF 82P)Marco Li CalziPDF
| 82 Pages
This note covers
the following topics: expected utility and stochastic dominance , irreversible
investments and flexibility , optimal growth and repeated investments , risk
aversion and mean-variance preferences , information structures and no-trade
theorems , herding and informational cascades , normal-CARA markets ,
transmission of information and rational expectations , market microstructure:
kyleís model , Glosten and Milgromís model and market viability ,
noise trading: limits to arbitrage and simulations , behavioral finance:
evidence from psychology and asset pricing.
Financial ManagementDan M MervinOnline
| NA Pages
Topics covered are: what is finance and
Basic Areas of finance, working with Financial Statements, introduction to
Valuation: The Time Value of Money, discounted Cash Flow Valuation,interest
Rates and Bond Valuation, Equity Markets and Stock Valuation, Net Present Value
and Other Investment Criteria, Making Capital Investment Decisions, Return and