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Principles of Corporate Finance – A Tale of Value, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

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About this Course

The study of Corporate Finance seems to be a very generic part of business education. Still, it either falls in the trap of intimidating formulas or is superficially journalistic. Both extremes preclude the understanding of the core finance ideas, concepts, and models. This Course is an attempt to avoid the above extremes. We discuss the core basis and mechanisms of modern corporate finance in a learner-friendly way. We will analyze the market’s most fundamental problems, realize the intrinsic interests and preferences of investors, reveal the true meaning of specific financial terms, and uncover important issues that are so often ignored in choosing and valuing investment projects. The learners will gain insight into the essence of corporate finance. They will be able to use the obtained knowledge and skills to successfully advance in their career at a financial institution, as well as in the area of financial management at non-financial businesses....
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By Herciu Cristian

Sep 07, 2018

An excellent course. A lot of very indispensable notions about valuation approach could be learned in this course, as follows: Net Present Value (NPV), Internal Rate of Return (IRR), etc. I strongly recommend this course to all students who are involved in this charming profession of Financial Analyst. Professor Konstantin Kontor explained very well both, basis and cumbersome notions in valuation area. Also, nice and challenging questions and assignment for peers

By Cor van Houte

Aug 11, 2018

A course of the famous Professor Konstantin Kontor from the MIPT. If you want to learn the fundamentals of corporate finance, this is the way to go. Prof. Kontor make complex issues easy to understand and he uses many numerical examples to grow your understanding of Corporate Finance. I have followed many other Finance courses including Financial Engineering I & II, but the Specialization Understanding Modern Finance brought me really inside.

Cor