Financial Management in Pakistan
Oxford University Press, 2005 - Business & Economics - 242 pages
This is the first book-length treatment of the financial management process in Pakistan. The authors explain financial management theories and practices in the context of the Pakistani legal and institutional environment focusing on decisions taken by firms and banks in Pakistan. The book is divided into three parts and covers the entire range of topics to be found in a standard textbook on the subject.
The Capitalist System
Appendix to Chapter 2
13 other sections not shown
annual arbitrage banks basis bond borrowing calculated call option capital market capital structure capitalist capitalist society capitalization rate CAPM cash flow Corporation X's cost of capital coupon current assets debt deposits depreciation discount rate dividend payments earnings EBIT equal equity estimate exchange exercise price expected rate face value financial management financial markets firm firm's forecasts forward contract forward price fund manager future price futures contract higher income increase interest rate inventory investment investors Islamic issues lease liabilities loans long-term market portfolio market price market value million operating Pakistan payoff percent period production profit purchase put option rate of interest rate of return ratio reduce risk free asset risk premium risk-free riskless asset risky asset Rupee SECP sector securities sell share price shareholders specified spot price standard deviation Suppose Corporation TFCs trade transaction costs valuation yield yield to maturity