MBA- Financial Management
Time Value of Money and Risk/Return
Learning Objectives for Course
- Obtain a comprehensive understanding of the financial environment and adequately define financial terms
- Have an ability and readiness to formulate, examine and defend business case judgments, as well as recognize ethical dilemmas and corporate social responsibility issues in Finance,
- Conceptually understand the main theories of Corporate Finance and have a commitment to their practical mathematical application
- Compare and appraise theories that underlie current thinking in Corporate Finance and Investment, demonstrate and evaluate how these theories can be applied in practical situations,
- Demonstrate effective oral communication of complex ideas and arguments, possess developed listening skills.
Guidelines for assignment
- This is an individual assignment
- Ground your answer in relevant theory
- Plagiarism and reproduction of someone else’s work as your own will be penalized
- Make use of references, where appropriate – Use Harvard or APA referencing method.
- Late submission implies a deduction of 10 marks per day
- Structural elements should include an introduction, main body, and a conclusion
- Weight – 40%
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- Word count guidance: 2500 words
- Type of assignment: Excel Assessed Work Folder
- Start / Finish : Week 3 – 4
- Learning Outcome Assessed: 1,2,3,4
Time Value of Money
Attempt the following questions within an Excel WorkFolder. There is a template provided within the assignment folder.
You have €12 000 in cash. You can deposit it today in a mutual fund earning 8.2 per cent semi-annually, or you can wait, enjoy some of it, and invest €11 000 in your brother’s business in two years. Your brother is promising you a return of at least 10 per cent on your investment. Whichever alternative you choose, you will need to cash in at the end of 10 years. Assume your brother is trustworthy and both investments carry the same risk.
You are graduating in two years, and you start thinking about your future. You know that you will want to buy a house five years after you graduate and that you will want to put down €60 000. As of right now, you have €8000 in your savings account. You are also fairly certain that once you graduate, you can work in the family business and earn €32 000 a year, with a 5 per cent raise every year. You plan to live with your parents for the first two years after graduation, which will enable you to minimise your expenses and put away €10 000 each year. The next three years, you will have to live on your own as your younger sister will be graduating from college and has already announced her plan to move back into the family house. Thus, you will be able to save only 13 per cent of your annual salary. Assume that you will be able to invest savings from your salary at 7.2 per cent.
Gunter Koch, a top-five draft pick of FC Bayern Munich, and his agent are evaluating three contract options. Each option offers a signing bonus and a series of payments over the life of the contract. Koch uses a 10.25 per cent rate of return to evaluate the contracts.
Surmec, AG reported earnings (sales or net income) of €2.1 million last year. The company’s primary business line is manufacturing of nuts and bolts. Since this is a mature industry, the analysts are certain that the sales will grow at a steady rate of 7 per cent a year for as far as they can tell. The company reports net income that represents 23 per cent of sales. The management would like to buy a new fleet of trucks but can only do so once the profit reaches €620 000 a year.
Risk and Return
Chose 6 out of the 10 questions below to answer.
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