This course examines the legal and financial economic aspects of corporate finance. It is intended for students who seek to concentrate in business law studies. Course coverage includes finance theories (including portfolio theory, capital asset pricing model, and efficient capital market hypothesis), legal aspects of capital structure (including analysis of equity, debt, preferred and derivative securities), business entity valuation, business combinations, and capital raising (including public and private capital). Combined with Business Associations, this course is intended to provide students with a rigorous background in the legal and financial aspects of corporate business. Students will be evaluated based on an open book, take-home exam. P or C: Business Associations.
|538F (CRN: 26388) Credits: 3|
Spring, 2014 (Evening).