Applied Financial Project
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- Olinda Maria dos Santos Sequeira
Doesn´t exist, however is necessary to have a good command of previous finance-related courses.
The students should be able to draw up a global financial project using the know-how acquired in finance-related courses.
1.1. General approach to the program
1.2. Entrepreneurship and innovation
1.3. Classification Project
1.4. Types of investments / projects
2nd. Feasibility studies for a project
2.1. Technical and economic studies
2.1.1. Analysis of external factors
2.1.2. Market research / segmentation.
2.1.3. Technology and operations
2.1.4. Human resources
2.1.5. Environmental analysis and energy efficiency.
2.2. Determination of competitive condition and selection strategies
2.2.1. Strategic Options
2.2.2. Selection of investments
2.3. Economic and financial studies
2.3.1. Investment plan
2.3.2. Operating plan
2.3.3. Financing Plan
3rd. Concept and determination of the Cash Flow
3.1. Optics Investor
3.2. Optical Project
4th. Main criteria of profitability and methods of evaluation.
4.3. payback period
5th. Analysis of risk and uncertainty
5.1. Types of scenarios
5.2. Real options
6th. Structuring, drafting and submission of the draft Financial
Presentation and discussion of the Analysis/Opportunity Plan, the Business Plan and project reports. (Colletive evaluation - 60% and individual evaluation 40%).
- Costa, H. e Ribeiro, P. (2004). Criação & Gestão de Microempresas & Pequenos Negócios. Lisboa: Lidel-Edições Técnicas
- Cruz, E. (1999). Criar uma Empresa de Sucesso. Lisboa: Edições Sílabo
- Jaffe, J. e Westerfield, R. e Ross, S. (1999). Corporate Finance. Singapore: Mc Graw-Hill International Editions
- Damodaran, A. (2001). Corporate Finance, Theory and Practice. USA: John Wiley Editions
Method of interaction
Theoretical/practical classes and tutorial guidance.
Software used in class