Special Forms of Financing
The international financial markets, Basel criteria and ratings, capital structure management (Modigliani-Miller theorem, leverage effect etc.), dividends policies, the principal-agent problem, portfolio management, the stock exchange and initial public offerings, bank loans, corporate bonds, mezzanine capital, private equity, venture capital and business angels, operatives leasing and finance leasing, factoring, leveraged buy outs, asset backed securities, interest and currency management, derivative financial instruments: options, futures and swaps, hedging, project financing, netting and group consolidated cash-pooling, financing acquisitions (incl. Management Buy Out etc.); Investor Relations
European Economy & Business Management (Bachelor)
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On successful completion of this class, the students will acquire knowledge of the characteristics and the advantages and disadvantages of standard as well as innovative financing alternatives available to a company (equity financing, bank loans, bonds, mezzanine financing, leasing, factoring, etc.) and can thus participate actively in the preparation and evaluation of the planning of financing and investment projects.