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FIN7525

FINANCE FOR NEW VENTURES

FIN7525

Course Description:

FIN7525 Finance for New Ventures 3 credit elective FIN7525 is meant for entrepreneurs and small business owners that want a detailed understanding of the financial implications of strategic decisions as they start and grow their ventures. The focus is on forecasting integrated financial statements, valuation, and deal structure. The course covers equity investment (angels and VCs) from both the entrepreneur's and investor's perspectives, including pre- and post-money value, capitalization tables, dilution, and liquidation preferences. The impact of debt financing on financial statements and returns is also covered. Valuation methods include discounted cash flow, multiples, and the VC method. Risk management techniques incorporating staging, milestones, real options, and simulation are used to better assess uncertainty and then structure transactions to mitigate risk. Prerequisite: FIN7200 OR FIN7800

Department:

Finance

Course Level:

MSF Elective (Grad),Graduate Elective (Grad)

Course Credits:

3

Course Programs:

Graduate