U of U BUS 105 - Details on finance management (2 pages)

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Details on finance management, bonds, and other investments


Lecture number:
22
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Utah
Course:
Bus 105 - Foundations of Business
Edition:
2

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BUS 1050 1nd Edition Lecture 22 Outline of Last Lecture I Marketing and Finance Outline of Current Lecture II Finance and investments Current Lecture Financial management Cash flows Revenue cost expenses net profit ROI Left side of brain Analytic finance accountants Right side of brain corpus collusom creative Marketing strategy operations Invest in highly liquid assets T bills marketable securities commercial paper and certificates of deposit Short term financing maturity less than one year Trade Credit Promissory Notes Family and Friends Commercial banks Factoring Accounts Receiveable Commercial Paper Internal Sources Financial Management Equity stock Debt loans bonds Collateral Example trade credit Short term signed note A factor knows the chance of getting 100 in return Safe bonds to deal with treasury bonds treasury bills Bonds collateral trust convertible bond coupon bond debenture mortgage bond municipal bond yankee bond zero coupon bond These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Collateral trust bonds secured by the general credit of the issuer as well as specific properties for which they are issued Convertible bond can be exchanged for another security usually common stock Coupon bond bonds have coupons attached Bondholders submits coupons to an agent for the payment of interest Debenture bonds secured only by the general credit of the firm plus any unpledged assets Mortgage bond bonds secured by real property Municipal bond issued by the state or local government interest rates are exempt from federal taxes Yankee bond bonds issued by a foreign government and are payable in US dollars Zero coupon bond bonds pay no interest prior to maturity the return comes form the difference between purchase price and face value Junk bond high risk high return Small companies without money to risk invest Sample of different stock available in the market



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