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PAPER 2 : STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
(One paper -Three hours -100 marks)
To acquire the ability to apply financial management theories and techniques in strategic decision making.
Contents: 1. Financial Policy and Corporate Strategy (i) Strategic decision-making framework (ii) Interface of Financial Policy and strategic management (iii) Balancing financial goals vis-à-vis sustainable growth.
2. Indian Financial System (i) Introduction to Financial Market (ii) Role of Financial Market in Economic Development
3. Risk Management (i) Identification of types of Risk faced by an organization (ii) Evaluation of Financial Risks (iii) Value at Risk (VAR) (iv) Evaluation of an appropriate method for the identification and management of financial risk.
4. Security Analysis (i) Fundamental Analysis (ii) Technical Analysis a) Meaning b) Assumptions c) Theories and Principles d) Charting Techniques e) Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH) Analysis
5. Security Valuation (i) Theory of Valuation (ii) Return Concepts (iii) Equity Risk Premium (iv) Required Return on Equity (v) Discount Rate Selection in Relation to Cash Flows (vi) Approaches to Valuation of Equity Shares (vii) Valuation of Preference Shares (viii) Valuation of Debentures/ Bonds
6. Portfolio Management (i) Portfolio Analysis (ii) Portfolio Selection (iii) Capital Market Theory (iv) Portfolio Revision (v) Portfolio Evaluation (vi) Asset Allocation (vii) Fixed Income Portfolio (viii) Risk Analysis of Investment in Distressed Securities (ix) Alternative Investment Strategies in the context of Portfolio Management
7. Securitization (i) Introduction (ii) Concept and Definition (iii) Benefits of Securitization (iv) Participants in Securitization (v) Mechanism of Securitization (vi) Problems in Securitization (vii) Securitization Instruments (viii) Pricing of Securitization Instruments (ix) Securitization in India
8. Mutual Fund (i) Meaning (ii) Evolution (iii) Types (iv) Advantages and Disadvantages of Mutual Funds
9. Derivatives Analysis and Valuation (i) Forward/ Future Contract (ii) Options (iii) Swaps (iv) Commodity Derivatives
10. Foreign Exchange Exposure and Risk Management (i) Exchange rate determination (ii) Foreign currency market (iii) Management of transaction, translation and economic exposures (iv) Hedging currency risk (v) Foreign exchange derivatives – Forward, futures, options, and swaps
11. International Financial Management (i) International Capital Budgeting (ii) International Working Capital Management a) Multinational Cash Management - Objectives of Effective Cash Management - Optimization of Cash Flows/ Needs - Investment of Surplus Cash b) Multinational Receivable Management c) Multinational Inventory Management
12. Interest Rate Risk Management (i) Interest Rate Risk (ii) Hedging Interest Rate Risk a) Traditional Methods b) Modern Methods including Interest Rate Derivatives
13. Corporate Valuation (i) Conceptual Framework of Valuation (ii) Approaches/ Methods of Valuation a) Assets Based Valuation Model b) Earning Based Models c) Cash Flow Based Models d) Measuring Cost of Equity - Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) - Arbitrage Pricing Theory - Estimating Beta of an unlisted company e) Relative Valuation - Steps involved in Relative Valuation - Equity Valuation Multiples - Enterprise Valuation Multiple f) Other Approaches to Value Measurement - Economic Value Added (EVA) - Market Value Added (MVA) - Shareholder Value Analysis (SVA) g) Arriving at Fair Value
14. Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Restructuring (i) Conceptual Framework (ii) Rationale (iii) Forms (iv) Mergers and Acquisitions a) Financial Framework b) Takeover Defensive Tactics c) Reverse Merger (v) Divestitures a) Partial Sell off b) Demerger c) Equity Carve outs (vi) Ownership Restructuring a) Going Private b) Management/ Leveraged Buyouts (vii) Cross Border Mergers
15. International Financial Centre (IFC) (i) Constituents of IFC (ii) Islamic Finance a) The major difference between Islamic Finance and other forms of Finance b) Concept of Riba c) Major Islamic Financial Instruments
16. Startup Finance (i) Introduction including Pitch Presentation (ii) Sources of Funding (iii) Startup India Initiative
17. Small & Medium Enterprises (i) Introduction: Market Size, Employment Generation and Contribution to GDP (ii) Financing: Expansion of SMEs (iii) Listing SMEs
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CA Nagendra Sah
CA Nagendra Sah, who believes that there is a need to create education model which is focusing on building careers of the students in the field of Financial Management and Planning. Within a short time period, Nagendra Sah has become a number one Professor of Delhi for "Strategic Financial Management (SFM)" for the aspirants of CA/CMA/CS Final Level and "Cost-FM" for the aspirants of CA/CMA Intermediate(IPC) level.