Corporate finance is an academic discipline that attempts to apply mathematical modeling and statistical analysis to the business environment. The objective of corporate finance is to enhance the financial performance of a company through better value creation, efficient capital allocation, and improved profitability.
The 10th edition of this best-selling textbook is the first to include a chapter on corporate finance. Each chapter covers a different area of corporate finance, such as corporate finance theory, portfolio theory, asset allocations, and investment management.
This book contains the most important concepts in corporate finance (as well as the concepts and techniques in these books). If you want to know more about corporate finance, read this pdf on your own.
We think that 10th edition has always been very good. It teaches in depth how to evaluate a business’ stock, how to analyze a company’s financial situation and plans, and how to set a proper valuation. This series has been around for more than a decade now, and we think it’s never been better.
There’s a lot of great stuff in this book, and there’s also stuff that’s outdated and we don’t think it is of any value. The 10th edition of the book has been around for a while, and we think one of the strengths of the book is that it covers important topics that have been long since addressed in the 9th edition.
To read the latest edition of the corporate finance book, we recommend you head over to our website, and download it: www.thefinancialbook.com.
We think the 10th edition of the book is a great resource for anyone studying the subject of corporate finance, and we think it is a great resource for anyone interested in the subjects in the book, like business valuation and international business.
We’ve also included the title of the paper in the bonus pdf. If you do not read the paper, it will be a little long and boring, but it will be useful.