# Corporate Finance Help

Corporate finance is the study of monetary based business decisions a company makes, with the focus being the maximization of shareholder wealth. Corporate decisions include optimal capital structure of equity and debt, whether to employ short term or long term financing, managing investments, strategizing when to have an IPO, mergers and acquisitions, and other monetary based financial strategic implementation.

We provide comprehensive Corporate Finance tutoring for students including the following Corporate Finance topics:

- Arbitrage Opportunities
- Balance Sheet
- Black-Scholes Pricing Model
- Bond Pricing
- Break Even Analysis
- Call Option
- Capital Asset Pricing Model
- Capital Budgeting
- Capital Structure
- Cash Management
- Constant Dividend Growth Model
- Corporate Taxation
- Cost of Capital
- Cost of Debt
- Cost of Equity
- Corporate Bond Yield
- Duration
- Exchange Rates
- Financial Leveraging
- Financial Statement Analysis
- Free Cash Flow
- Hedging
- Income Statement
- Interest Tax Shield
- Internal Rate of Return
- Inventory Management
- IPO
- Lease Financing
- Leverage Ratios
- Levered Cost of Capital
- Long Term Financing
- Market Portfolio
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- MIRR
- Modigliani-Miller
- Mutually Exclusive Investments
- Net Present Value
- Nominal Rates and Real Rates of Interest
- Opportunity Cost
- Option Pricing
- Payback Rule
- Perpetuities
- Portfolio Diversification
- Portfolio Valuation
- Profitability Index
- Put Option
- Security Market Line
- Short Term Financing
- Statement of Cash Flows
- Stock Dividends and Splits
- Stockholders Equity
- Systematic Risk
- Time Value of Money
- Trade Credit
- Trade-Off Theory
- Treasury Bonds
- Unlevered Cost of Capital
- Unsystematic Risk
- WACC
- Working Capital Management
- Yield Curve