This course expands the students' knowledge of finance by building on the concepts of valuation and corporate financial management introduced in Finance I. The course provides an introduction to basic derivatives securities, and looks in greater depth at corporate valuation, and corporate financial policy. The course aims to integrate financial theory into applications by gaining an understanding of topics such as convertible securities, real options, and corporate risk management.
Prerequisites: COMM 121/221
Exclusions: EMPR 280
Restrictions: This course is restricted to students enrolled in the 2nd year in the Commerce Program.