Introduction to Finance

Dr. George Blazenko

 

Caution In accordance with the Academic Honesty Policy (T10.02), academic dishonesty in any form will not be tolerated. Prohibited acts include, but are not limited to, the following: making use of any books, papers, electronic devices or memoranda, other than those authorized by examiners. speaking or communicating with other students who are writing examinations. copying from the work of other candidates or purposely exposing written papers to the view of other candidates. Cell phones must be turned off during examinations. Invigilators will have an electronic device that identifies when a cell phone is on. You may not use your cell-phone for monitoring time or as a calculator during an exam. So, bring a watch! Having a cell phone on during an examination is grounds for academic discipline.

 

Lecture Recording (Audio & Video)

Day

Evening

 

Course Outline

 

Rogers Communications

 

NET INCOME VERSUS TAXABLE INCOME

 

CORPORATE INCOME TAX RATES 2019

 

 

Links to Textbook

Introdution to Finance

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Financial Statements in Financial Analysis

Chapter 3: Corporate Risk

Chapter 4: Corporate Financial Planning

Chapter 5: Taxation and Investment Returns

Chapter 6: The Math of Finance

Chapter 7: Fixed Income and Debt

Chapter 8: Equities and Markets

Chapter 9: Business Investment

Chapter 10: Corporate Performance Evaluation

Chapter 11: Returns for Risky Financial Assets

 

 

Quiz 1

For BUS312-D100 (BUS312 DAY), Q1 is in SSCB 9200 on Thursday Feb 13 (2:30-3:20pm) rather than our regular lecture theatre (EDU7618). After the quiz at 3:30pm, we will reconvene in EDU7618 (our regular room) for a one hour class.

 

For BUS312-E100 (BUS312 EVENING), Q1 is in our regular room (SSCB 9201) on Thursday Feb 13 (5:30pm-6:20pm). After the quiz, we will continue course material with a one hour class also in SSCB 9201.

 

Solution Keys

 

Midterm: Solution Keys

If you did not do as well as you might have liked on the midterm, we always look for students who do better on the final compared to the midterm and adjust final grades using my judgment.

 

Quiz 2: Solution Keys

 

 

Tentative ASSIGNMENTS

(subject to change but no change after one week prior to due date)

 

Assignment 1 (Due Thursday Jan 23 by 9:30pm)

Assignment 2 (Due Thursday Jan 30 by 9:30pm)

Assignment 3 (Due Thursday Feb 6 by 9:30pm)

Assignment 4 (Due Thursday Feb 13 by 9:30pm)

Assignment 5 (Due Thursday Feb 27 by 9:30pm)

Assignment 6 (Due Thursday Mar 5 by 9:30pm)

Assignment 7 (Due Thursday Mar 19 by 9:30pm)

Assignment 8 (Due Thursday Mar 26 by 9:30pm m)

Assignment 9 (Due Thursday Apr 2 by 9:30pm)

Assignment 10 (Due Thursday Apr 9 by 9:30pm)

Assignment 11 (Due Thursday Apr 16 by 9:30pm)

 

Assignment 11 is optional. If you missed one of the first 10 assignments, you can make up the loss by handing in assignment 11. If you already have 10 assignment marks from the first 10 assignments you cannot get more that 10/10 by handing in assignment 11.

 

 

Quiz and Exam Samples

Quiz 1 Samples

(Chap 1 & 2)

Quiz 2 Samples

(Chap. 6)

Midterm Samples

(Ch.1,2,3,4,5,6)

Final Exam Samples

(Chs. 1,2,3,6,7,8,9,10)

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Extra Office Hours for Midterm

 

 

 

Some Notes for Midterm Exam

1.  Midterm is Thursday March 12

Section

ROOM

 

2.  The midterm is 1 hour and 50 minutes exactly (no extensions).

2. Students without a valid SFU student ID card with picture identification will not be allowed to write quizzes, midterm, or final.

3. On the midterm, quiz 2, or the final exam you may be asked questions that require a financial calculator.

4. For sample midterms, the solutions to tax problems are for the tax-year when the exam was written. Tax rules change and your midterm exam requires tax rules for 2019 as we discussed in class. The tax problems indicate only the types of questions I might ask. Marks will be deducted for using obsolete tax rules/rates. Remember that there will be no questions on personal tax, but only corporate tax.

5. Understanding suggested sample-midterm solutions may not be adequate preparation. Test your skill by doing at least some of the samples without looking at suggested solutions.

6. The sample quizzes/midterms/finals reflect material that was taught in past offerings of BUS312. This material may not correspond exactly to the current BUS312 semester; some judgment is necessary in using samples.

7. The midterm exam covers Assignments 1,2,3,4,5,6 and Chapters 1,2,3,5 and a portion of Chapter 6. In Chapter 6, the midterm exam will not cover PV or FV of a growing annuity (note that PV and FV of non-growing annuities and PV of growing and non-growing perpetuities will be on the midterm). In addition, the midterm will not cover mortgages. We will study these topics but they will be examined on quiz2 and/or on the final exam.

 

Extra Office Hours for Final Exam

 

Final Exam Info

Students without a valid SFU student ID card with picture identification will not be allowed to write the final.

The Final Exam covers chapter 1, 2, 3, 6 (all of chapter 6 that we studied), 7, 8, a portion of chapter 9, and a portion of chapter 10. More specifically, read for the final exam in chapter 9, sections 9.1 to 9.4, 9.5, 9.5.1, 9.5.2, 9.6, 9.7 inclusive. In chapter 10, read sections 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4.

 

 

SURREY-BUS312 Fall 2019 POWERPOINT FILES

(Not Current Semester! Thanx to Andrew Flostrand)

CHAP 1: Part 1

CHAP 1: Part 2

CHAP 1: Part 3

CHAP 2: Part 1

CHAP 2: Part 2

CHAP 2: Part 3

CHAP 2: Part 4

CHAP 2: Part 5

CHAP 3: Part 1

CHAP3 Part 2 & CHAP5 Part 1

CHAP 5 Part 2

CHAP 6 Part 1

CHAP 6 Part 2

CHAP 6 Part 3

CHAP 6 Part 4

CHAP 6 Part 5

CHAP 6 Part 6

CHAP 6 Part 7 & CHAP 7 Part 1

CHAP 7 Part 2

CHAP 7 Part 3 & CHAP 8 Part 1

CHAP 8 Part 2

CHAP 8 Part 3

CHAP 8 Part 4

CHAP 9 & 10

 

 

Sample LECTURE NOTES

(not current semester!!!!)

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 5

Chapter 6:

Intro

Calculations in the Math of Finance #1

Calculations in the Math of Finance #2

Calculations in the Math of Finance #3

Calculations in the Math of Finance #4

Calculations in the Math of Finance #5

Calculations in the Math of Finance #6

Calculations in the Math of Finance #7

Calculations in the Math of Finance #8

Calculations in the Math of Finance #9

Calculations in the Math of Finance #10

Calculations in the Math of Finance #11 PV of a Growing Annuity

Calculations in the Math of Finance #12 FV if a Growing Annuity

Calculations in the Math of Finance #13 Canadian Mortgages

Cases Where it is Relatively Simple to Calculate an IRR

Assignment 6 Q3 Annualized HPRR for an Investment

Assignment 6 Q4 Prototypical Retirement Planning Problem

 

Chapter 7

 

Chapter 8

Discounted Dividend Model

Equity Financing

 

Chapter 9 & 10