Financial Management : CA Inter
Pioneer in developing concepts.
Instructor: Chandan Poddar
Language: Hindi English Mix
₹1530.00 excluding 18% GST
₹2430.00 excluding 18% GST
CA Inter Financial Management (Group: II): Chandan Poddar sir has exclusively designed this course for preparing CA Inter Financial Management of 60 marks effortlessly. What you need to do is watch lectures, make notes from lectures and solve the ICAI module. Exclusive features, of course, are :
a) Complete syllabus by Chandan Poddar sir.
b) Pre-scheduled regular test series that will be checked by subject experts.
c) E-Book: Chapter-wise Mock test papers for self-assessment.
d) E-Book: Complete syllabus Mock test papers for self- assessment.
e) Doubt solving platform.
f) PDF of additional important questions for self-practice.
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|Your first step guide|
|#1 What is the FM and its purpose|
|#2 Syllabus introduction|
|#1 Capital budgeting Absolute comparison|
|#2 Capital budgeting What is present value and how to compute it|
|#3 Capital Budgeting Example to understand concept of present value (Part 1)|
|#4 Capital budgeting Example to understand concept of PV factor (Part 2)|
|#5 Capital budgeting What is net present value|
|#6 Capital budgeting How to compute Inflows|
|#7 Capital Budgeting PV of inflows (in case inflows of all years are same)|
|#8 Capital budgeting Numerical on cash inflows|
|#9 Capital budgeting Question on NPV|
|#10 Capital budgeting Question on NPV Self practice|
|#11 Capital Budgeting Important numerical of NPV|
|#12 Capital budgeting Profitability index|
|#12A Capital budgeting Question on profitability index|
|#14 Capital Budgeting What is Internal rate of return (IRR)|
|#15 Capital budgeting Relationship between IRR and NPV|
|#16 Capital Budgeting How to compute Internal rate of return|
|#17 Capital Budgeting Question on Internal rate of return|
|#18 Capital Budgeting Question on Internal rate of return|
|#19 Capital Budgeting Combined question on NPV and Internal rate of return|
|#20 Capital Budgeting Combined question of NPV and IRR (Very Important)|
|#21 Capital Budgeting Payback period|
|#22 Capital budgeting Discounted pay back period|
|#23 Capital Budgeting Accounting Rate of Return|
|#24 Capital Budgeting Modified Internal rate of return|
|#25 Capital budgeting Capital rationing - Projects with different investment amount|
|#26 Capital Budgeting Projects with unequal lives - Replacement chain method|
|#27 Capital Budgeting Projects with Unequal Life - Equivalent annualised cash flows (very Importan|
|Past Examination Questions of Capital Budgeting|
|Risk Analysis in Capital Budgeting|
|#1 Risk analysis in capital budgeting Techniques, Sources and Resons for adjustments.|
|#2 Risk Analysis in capital budgeting Probability method (Single year cash flows are given)|
|#3 Risk analysis Probability method (Multiple year cash inflows)|
|#4 Risk analysis in capital budgeting Variance and standard deviation method|
|#5 Risk analysis Co-efficcient of variation|
|#6 Risk analysis Conventional techniques - Risk adjusted discount rate|
|#7 Risk Analysis Conventional techniques Certainity equivalents|
|#8 Risk analysis Other techniques - Sensitive analysis (Most important)|
|#9 Risk Analysis Other techniques - Scenerio analysis|
|Ratio Analysis : Kindly solve ICAI questions only after watching all twenty videos|
|#1 - Liquidity ratios : Current ratio|
|#2 - Liquidity ratios : Quick ratio|
|#3 Liquidity ratios : Important questions|
|#4 Liquidity Ratio : Cash Ratio|
|#5 Profitability ratios|
|#6 Profitability ratios : Concepts|
|#7 Profitability ratios : Important illustrations|
|#8 Capital employed : Return on investment - Return on capital employed|
|#9 Return on investment profitability ratios|
|#10 Return on assets and return on equity|
|#11 EPS, DPS Dividend pay out ratio|
|#12 Price Earning ratio, Dividend yield, Earnings yield, Market value to book value|
|#13 Long term solvency ratios concept|
|#14 Long term solvency ratios questions for practice|
|#15 Leverage ratios, coverage ratios, debt service and others|
|#16 Long term solvency ratios, Capital gearing ratio + equity ratio|
|#19 Working capital turnover ratio|
|#17 Turnover ratios : Inventory turnover ratio with questions|
|#18 Turnover ratios : Debtor and creditor turnover ratios|
|#20 Most important questions|
|Management of working capital|
|#2 Computation of amount of raw-material|
|#3 Raw material holding period|
|#4 Computation of wages payable and overheads payable|
|#5 Computation of work in progress : Part - 1|
|#6 Computation of work in progress : Part - 2|
|#7 Summary of raw material, direct wages and work in progress|
|#7A Conceptual discussion related to raw material | Watch this video twice or thrice|
|#8 Computation related to finished goods|
|#9 Computation of cash and prepaid expenses|
|#10 Computation of receivables|
|#11 Computation of amount of creditors|
|#12 Question Complete working capital estimation|
|#12A Concept of non-cash cost|
|#14 Question : Working capital estimation on cash cost basis|
|#15 Computation of working capital in case of double-shift (Part 1)|
|#16 Computation of working capital in case of double shift (Part 2)|
|#17 Operating cycle|
|Working Capital Management : Receivables Management|
|#1 Evaluation of Credit Policy : Introduction|
|#2 Computation of opportunity cost of funds|
|#3 Question for Practice : I|
|#4 Question for Practice : II|
|#5 Question for Practice : III|
|#6 Question for Practice : IV|
|#7 | ICAI Practice question : Very Important|
|#8 | ICAI Practice Question : Very Important|
|#9 Financing Receivables : Pledging and Factoring|
|#10 Pledging : Question for Practice|
|#11 Factoring : Basic concepts (Part 1)|
|#12 Factoring : Basic concepts with question (Part 2)|
|Working Capital Management : Inventory Cash and Trade Payable Managment|
|#1 Inventory Management|
|#2 Cash management|
|#3 Trade Payables Management|
|#4 Trade Payable management : Very Important question|
|Cost of capital|
|#1A Concept of Tax Benefit|
|#2 Cost of irredeemable debentures|
|#3 Cost of redeemable debentures|
|#4 Cost of debt using Present Value Method (YTM)|
|#5 Amortisation of bond|
|#6 Cost of covertible debentures|
|#7 Cost of preference share capital|
|#8 Cost of equity : Dividend Price Approach|
|#9 Cost of Equity : Earning Price Approach|
|#10 Cost of Equity : CAPM Approach|
|#11 Cost of equity : Realized yield approach|
|#12 Cost of retained earnings|
|#12A Weighted avg cost of capital|
|#14 Practice question on WACC|
|#15 Practice question on WACC and MCC|
|#16 Practice question of WACC|
|#1 Meaning and Type of Leverage|
|#2 Concept of operating leverage|
|#3 Relationship between Breakeven Point and Operating Leverage|
|#4 Relationship between change in sales and change in EBIT using OL|
|#5 Relationship between EBIT, OL and BEP|
|#6 Summary of all points in operating leverage|
|#7 Questions on operating leverage|
|#8 Financial leverage|
|#9 Relationship of financial leverage with EBIT, Interest and EPS|
|#10 Combined leverage with question for practice|
|#11 Question for Practice|
|#2 Net Income approach|
|#3 Traditional approach|
|#4 Numerical for practice|
|#5 Net operating income approach|
|#6 MM apprach arbitrage process part- 1|
|#7 MM apprach arbitrage process part- 2|
|#8 Numerical for practice on MM approach|
|#9 Trade-off theory|
|#10 Pecking order theory|
|#11 Break-even point and indifference point|
|#12 Indifference point with illustration|
|13 Important illustration for practice|
|#1 Relationship between retention ratio and growth|
|#2 Dividend pattern between growth and matured companies|
|#3 MM approach|
|#4 Walter's model|
|#5 Gordon's model|
|#6 Traditional model and stock split|
|E - Book : Financial Management Theory|
|E Book : Financial Management Theory|
|Test series to June 2020 students|
|29-03-2020, Full syllabus|
|Test series to November 2020 students|
|21 June : Test Capital Budgeting + Working Capital + Risk Analysis|
|23 August : Full Course|
|25 October : Full Course|
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