Welcome - Corporate Finance LAWS 2006   Corporate Finance
This course is intended to help law students become comfortable with some of the fundamental ideas and processes underlying modern corporate finance transactions. Topics may include, among other things, structured finance, valuation methods, and financial theory, including a consideration of the efficient market hypothesis, portfolio theory, the capital asset pricing model, and option pricing theory. These topics will be examined in a variety of legal contexts, including in relation to specific kinds of transactions and financial instruments, such as securitizations, share purchases, statutory arrangements, issuances of exchangeable and convertible debt, and financial derivatives, as well as in relation to general corporate governance concerns. Some discussion of financial accounting and auditing issues, financial institutions and markets may also be included.
NOTES: Assessment Method: Final examination and class presentation/participation
PREREQUISITES: Business Associations