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ACCA Paper F9 Introduction to Financial Management

Chapter 3

Management of Working Capital Operating cycle – Example 1

Management of Working Capital Overcapitalisation and Overtrading

Chapter 4

(Inventory control – the lectures for Chapter 4 of ACCA F2 Paper are relevant for Paper F9)

Inventory Control – Example 1

Inventory Control – The EOQ Formula Example 2

Inventory Control – Quantity Discounts Example 3

Chapter 5

Management of Working Capital Management of Receivables and Payables (example 1)

Management of Working Capital Management of Receivables and Payables (example 2 & 3)

Chapter 6

Management of Working Capital Cash budgets (example 1)

Management of Working Capital The Baumol Model (example 2)

Management of Working Capital Miller Orr Model (example 3)

Chapter 7

Investment Appraisal Discounted Cash Flow – NPV

Investment Appraisal Discounted Cash Flow – NPV (example 1 & 2)

Investment Appraisal Discounted Cash Flow – Internal Rate of Return (example 3)

Investment Appraisal Discounted Cash Flow – Annuities and Perpetuities

Investment Appraisal – Methods Accounting rate of return & Payback period

Chapter 8

Relevant Cash Flows for DCF Relevant Costs (example 1)

Relevant Cash Flows for DCF Working Capital (example 2)

Relevant Cash Flows for DCF Taxation (example 3)

Relevant Cash Flows for DCF Inflation (example 4)

Relevant Cash Flows for DCF – Inflation effective rates

Chapter 9

Discounted Cash Flow Further Aspects, Capital Rationing

Discounted Cash Flow Further Aspects, Replacement

Discounted Cash Flow Further Aspects, Lease versus Buy

Chapter 10

Investment Appraisal Under Uncertainty Sensitivity Analysis (example 1)

Investment Appraisal Under Uncertainty Expected Values (example 2)

Chapter 11

Sources of Finance – Equity (part a)

Sources of Finance – Equity (part b)

Sources of Finance – Equity (part c)

Chapter 12

Sources of Finance – Debt

(Alternative lecture) Sources of Finance – Debt part a

Sources of Finance – Debt part b

Sources of Finance – Debt part c

Sources of Finance – Convertible Debt

Chapter 13

Capital Structure and Financial Ratios Financial Gearing (part a)

Capital Structure and Financial Ratios Financial Gearing (part b)

Capital Structure and Financial Ratios Pilot Question 1

Chapter 15

The valuation of securities (part a)

The valuation of securities (part b)

Chapter 16

The valuation of securities and practical issues

Chapter 17

The cost of Capital (part a)

The cost of Capital (part b)

The cost of Capital – Cost of debt (part c)

The cost of Capital – WACC (part d)

Chapter 18

When (and when not!) to use the WACC for Investment appraisal

Chapter 19

The Cost of Capital – The Effect of Changes in Gearing

Chapter 20

Capital asset pricing model (part a)

Capital asset pricing model (part b)

Chapter 21

CAPM and MM Combined (part a)

CAPM and MM Combined (part b)

CAPM and MM Combined (part c)

Chapter 22

Forecasting Foreign Currency Exchange rates

Chapter 23

Foreign Exchange Risk Management (part a)

Foreign Exchange Risk Management (part b)

Foreign Exchange Risk Management (part c)

Foreign Exchange Risk Management (part d)

Foreign Exchange Risk Management (part e)

Foreign Exchange Risk Management (part f)

Foreign Exchange Risk Management (part g)

Chapter 24

Interest Rate Risk Management

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  1. avatar says

    Re the tips for Business Valuation, there is a mention of Q54, could someone kindly either post the question or point me in the direction of the question please. Many Thanks

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  3. Avatar of John Moffat says

    Strictly, your textbook is correct. However when it has appeared in exam questions, the examiner has simply multiplied by 365.

    In fact, simple discounts are very rarely asked, usually the questions are more like the later examples in the chapter where you need to take a different approach (listing the costs and the savings over a year).

  4. avatar says

    I have a question.. In the lecture relating to chapter 5 example 1 (Early settlement discounts)it more or less states that the cost of early settlement discount is calculated by the following formula: D/100-D multiplied by 365/reduction in payment period(in days).

    However, in my text book it gives the formula 1-(100/(100-D) TO THE POWER OF 365/reduction in payment period(in days).

    I can see that the fist part of the formula is more or less the same, but why is it in the example in my book it states the formula is to the power of instead of multiplied by 365/reduction in payment period(in days).

    Are they refering to the same thing?.. because they both give different answers! I am confused!

    Thanks

  5. avatar says

    thank you for the lecture. it is of great help, all the chapters of F9 are well explained. Please have a look at chapter 23, the video lecture is about exchange rates and it is a repetition of chapter 22.

  6. avatar says

    Very impressed with the tuition, been doing self study and attended other centres and I have to say this tutor knows his stuff – hats off to you… Shame you don’t have the same for P6!

  7. Avatar of Shunmas says

    Thanks for the free lectures…really appreciate that…However, Lease vs Buy is missing.

    Moreover, can we know the name of our F9 Tutor? If confidential, thats fine then…but we love him.

    Thanks

    • Avatar of admin says

      sorry, we cannot provide lectures for everything..
      lack of resources.. so maybe for December 2010 we will have more lectures..

      ps no it is not confidential :) you can find him on the forums under username: johnmoffat

  8. avatar says

    Thank you for the lectures,i am proud of your effort.With all this material surely failure is not an option.I do not see your revision lectures are they on the site.

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