Who is this class for: Learners who seek to understand the tools and techniques firms use to guide financial decision-making. Key decisions considered in this course include; the investment decision, choosing the optimal financing mix to fund investment, creating value through mergers, acquisitions and corporate restructuring and how risk might be managed to create value for a firm.


Created by:  The University of Melbourne

  • Paul Kofman

    Taught by:  Paul Kofman, Dean, Faculty of Business and Economics

    Sidney Myer Chair of Commerce

  • Sean Pinder

    Taught by:  Sean Pinder, Associate Professor

    Faculty of Business and Economics
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 221 ratings

Great interactive opportunity to get involved in the real world cases based on the concepts delivered in class

A very strong foundation provided in many key areas of Corporate Finance by the University of Melbourne team!

Great structured course

Good course. Gives you better knowledge of IPOs and dividend policies.