Marian Moszoro, PhD

George Mason University, Department of Economics
Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science,
Washington Blvd, VA 22201,

Corporate Finance is an intricate, but uncomplicated area of business once basic concepts are grasped in a big picture. These charts depict a graphical representation of this “big picture” approach to Corporate Finance and comprehensibly present functional areas: working capital management, capital budgeting, capital structure, business valuation, and payout policy; concepts: working capital requirements vs. working capital, sustainable growth, book vs. market value, short-term vs. long-term decisions, cash flows, leverage, cost of capital, risks and returns, coverage ratios; and tools: uses and sources of finance, cash conversion cycle, DuPont analysis, valuation multiples, and cash flows discounted at the appropriate rate. The document includes a glossary with succinct definitions of key corporate finance terms. “The Big Picture of Corporate Finance” constitutes a handy supportive material for Corporate Finance educators and practitioners. 

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