# Working Capital

- A 3 B
- A Forward currency transactions
- Single Security
- A zerosum game not a senseless game
- Account balancing
- ACcounting criteria
- Accounting Documents
- Accounts
- Additional analysis
- Agency theory - 2
- Allshare deals
- An illustrative example of financial restructuring
- An options approach to financial securities
- Analysing capital expenditures
- Analysis of corporate profitability
- Analysis of the companys market
- Analysis of the different techniques
- Appendix 22A
- Applying the concept of net present value to Other Investments
- Auction
- B
- B Forwardforward rate and FRAs
- B Interest rate options
- Balance sheet liquidity
- Bank charges
- Bankruptcy and restructuring
- Basic concepts
- Bbva
- Be consistent
- Bonds - 2
- Bookbuilding
- Bought deals
- Brands and market share
- Breakeven analysis
- Byfunction Income Statement
- C Swaps
- Calculating beta
- Can corporate managers influence the cost
- Capital expenditure
- Capital increases and finance theory
- Capital Structure
- Capital structure inflation and growth
- Capital structure of competitors
- Capitalisation
- Cash budgeting
- Cash FLOW
- Cash flow per share
- Cash Flow Statement
- Cash management within a group
- Centralised cash management
- Certainty of the offer
- Changes in the price of a fixedrate bond caused by
- Changing discount rates
- Choosing a discount rate
- Choosing a negotiating strategy
- Choosing among several risky assets and the
- Companies market positions
- Companies with negative net financial debt
- Conceptually insurance is based on the technique of options the insurance premium paid corresponds to the value of the option purchased
- Conclusion - 2 3
- Consider taxation
- Construction contracts
- Contribution of options theory to the valuation
- Controlling shareholder changes
- Cost of asource of financing
- Coupon reinvestment risk
- Creating stock market value Market Value Added
- Credit derivatives are traded over the counter and play the same economic role as an insurance contract
- Curve of zerocoupon rates and swap curve
- D - 2
- Debt as a means of controlling corporate managers
- Debt equity and options theory
- DEBT redemption priority rights
- Debt Service Coverage Ratio For Leading Listed Companies
- Decs 585
- Definition
- Definition of risk
- Demergers and splitoffs
- Depreciation amortisation
- Discounting and capitalisation factors
- Distribution systems
- Diversified companies
- Dividend Per Share dps
- Dkk400
- Documentation and market authority role
- Eads
- Earnings per share
- Earnings per share eps
- Ebitda - 2 3 4 5
- Economic analysis of companies
- Economic profit or Economic Value Added EVA
- ECredit derivatives
- Eliminating counterparty risks
- Entrenchment theory
- Environment And With No Riskaversion
- Eps
- Equity and debt in terms of options
- Equity per share
- Equity value bookvalue or net asset value per share
- European directive on public offers
- Ev
- Evidence
- Examples Of Investment Policy Analysis
- Exercises
- Exit strategies
- Expected return
- Extraordinary flows
- Financial Engineering
- Financial planning
- Financial Risks
- Financing
- Financing Alternatives And Their Impact On
- Firm Value Over Time With Shortterm Debt
- Fixed assets
- Fixedincome instruments and inflation
- Fixedincome securities and the timeframe for investment
- Forecasting horizons
- Forward Rate Agreements are used to lock in an interest rate for a future transaction
- Forward Transactions
- Free riders - 2
- From cash flow to cash flow from operating activities
- From net income to cash flow
- FROM the present value of a security
- Further issues and assimilation
- Gg25
- Guarantees
- H
- Harmonising accounting data
- Hedging
- How a bond breaks down
- How an ipo works
- How are they accounted for - 2 3 4 5
- How can we create value
- How IPOs are done
- How operating profit is allocated
- How should financial analysts treat them - 2 3 4 5
- How to perform a financial analysis
- Hybrid financial securities
- Hybrid securities
- Impact on breakeven point
- Impact on earnings per share
- Impact on Return on Equity
- Implications
- Implicit volatility
- Income
- Increasing debt
- Incremental cash flows and other
- Indexlinked securities
- Info - 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306
- Information asymmetries and the pecking order theory
- Initial theories of risk
- Innovation In Products And Production Systems
- Intangible fixed assets
- Internal financing and organic growth
- Internal rate of return as an investment criterion
- International cash management
- International Cash Pooling
- Intrinsic value
- Investment and value
- Investment flows
- Investment of cash
- Investment products with no secondary market
- Irr - 2
- Is there a onceandforall optimal capital structure
- It represents a resolutely global vision of the company
- Itt 877
- Jan
- Key market data
- Legal and regulatory protection
- Leveraged buyouts LBOs
- LIFE cycle of the company
- Limits of the equilibrium theory of markets
- Linearity
- Macroeconomic factors
- Main items on a balance sheet
- Managing cash flows
- Managing financial risks
- Market capitalisation
- Measuring financial risks
- Mechanisms used in pricing options
- Medians means and regressions
- Microeconomic factors
- Models of internal growth
- Multiples based on enterprise value
- Multiples based on equityvalue
- N - 2
- N 360 3
- Net Asset Value NAV
- Net Sales
- Nominal rate of return and yield to maturity
- Of Capital
- Offbalancesheet commitments
- Om
- Operating Activities
- Operating costs
- Operating flows
- Operating revenues
- Optimising cash management
- Options
- Other debt products
- Other factors affecting the capital structure choice
- Other hybrid securities
- Other movements in cash
- Overview of the different methods
- Parameters behind beta
- Perfect Capital Markets
- Periods
- Po
- Points in financial accounts
- Potential inefficiencies in the bankruptcy procedure
- Ppr
- Practical uses
- Presentation
- Price to Book Ratio pbr
- Price to earnings pe
- Principle
- Principle And Techniques
- Principles of financial risk management
- Private negotiation
- Production - 2
- Properties of the CAPM
- Proportion Of Accounts Payable In Total Assets Of Industrial Companies
- Pros and cons of paying in shares
- Questions
- Rating Process
- Ratings
- RAW materials used and other operating costs
- Reading between the lines of working capital
- REAL options
- Real options categories
- Reason in terms of incremental flows
- Reason in terms of opportunity
- Reasoning in terms of arbitrage binomial method
- RElation between interest rate and maturities
- Relative value ratio and exchange ratio
- Renegotiating the terms of debt
- Research and development costs
- Resources
- Return on capital employed
- Rewrite history if necessary
- RIGHTS issue
- Risk and fluctuation in the value of a security
- Risk and investment analysis
- RISK management steps
- Risks and how they are hedged
- Roe - 2
- Schedule of cash flows over the explicit forecast period
- Sec
- Section 123
- Section 134 Case study indesit
- Section 171
- Section 214
- Section 245
- Section 252
- Section 306
- Section 343
- Section 413
- Section - 2 3
- Section 451 4
- Section 717
- Securitisation
- Selfhedging
- Selfhedging is a strategy adopted by either irresponsible companies or a limited number of very large companies who serve as their own insurance company
- Shareholder preferences
- Shareholder structure
- Signalling and debt policy
- Signalling theory and asymmetric information
- Solvency - 2
- Some practical applications
- Spreads
- Stakebuilding
- Strike price
- Structures For Business Combinations
- Syndicated loans
- Synergies
- T
- Taking control of a company
- Tangible assets
- Tax issues
- Taxation
- THE blackscholes model
- The capital structure policy in perfect financial markets
- The changing role of the treasurer
- THE convergence path
- The Cost Of Capital
- The cost of capital and the risk of assets
- The cost of equity
- The cost of equity based on historical returns
- THE different bankruptcy procedures
- The different interest rates curves
- The different types and degrees of centralisation
- The efficient markets hypothesis
- The financial markets
- The forecast p
- The functions of a financial system
- The impact of insider information on the market
- The impact of payment methods
- The impact of time theta
- The internal rate of return
- THE investment decision
- The larger context
- The lenders
- The Lifecycle Of Value
- THE lifecycle theory of company value
- The limits of conventional analysis
- The limits of the internal rate of return
- The managers of a company under an LBO
- The market response to specific events
- THE mechanics of the coupon
- The menu of multiples
- The nature of working capital
- The pitfalls of the indirect costofcapital calculation
- The principal
- The purpose of offerings
- The relationship between companies and the financial world
- The rise of capital markets
- THE riskfree rate
- THE role of banks
- The secondary market
- The stochastic approach to modelling
- The term structure of interest rates
- THE theoretical basis of options
- The theoretical limits of capm and markets at fair value
- The transaction is tantamount to borrowing today the present value in euros of the sum that will be received in 3 months exchanging it at the current rate and investing the corresponding amount in dollars for the same maturity
- The value of a future at maturity is equal to the value of the underlying asset The theoretical possibility of delivery prevents the contract price from coming unlinked from the price of the underlying asset at maturity
- The value of a perpetuity that grows at rate g growing perpetuity
- The value of an annuity that grows at rate g for n years
- The Weighted Average Cost Of Capital
- Theoretical analysis
- Theory of markets in equilibrium
- Time value
- To cash flow
- Total
- Total Shareholder Return TSR
- Transaction multiples
- Transactions
- Type of approach
- Type of offer
- TYPES of LBO transactions
- U
- Uk - 2
- Unwinding of contracts
- Us
- Usa
- Usefulness of sumoftheparts values
- Uses and limitations of the leverage effect
- V
- Valuation by discounted cash flow
- Value added
- Value and taxation
- Value at risk VaR and corporate value at risk
- Value creation
- Value creation and markets in equilibrium
- Value dating
- Variance a riskanalysis tool
- Volatility in the value of the underlying asset
- Voting rights
- What are leases
- What are stock options
- What does net present value depend on
- What is equity for
- When cash flows rise at different rates
- Which cash flows are important
- Which way should the merger go
- Why demerge
- Working capital
- Working capital turnover ratios
- X