Tutorial "Evaluating the effectiveness of investment projects"

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Tutorial "Evaluating the effectiveness of investment projects"

1. Introduction: The concept of investment and economic sense
2. Summary of Investment Planning
2.1. The concept of the project and the project cycle
2.2. Types of investment projects
2.3. The preliminary stage of the development and analysis of the project
2.4. The general sequence of development and project analysis
2.5. Analysis of the commercial feasibility of the project
2.6. Technical Analysis
2.7. Financial analysis
2.8. Economic analysis
2.9. Institutional Analysis
2.10. Risk analysis
Test questions
3. The investment needs of the project and funding sources
3.1. The general scheme of investment analysis
3.2. The structure and characteristics of the required investments
3.3. The source of investment financing
3.4. Sources of investment resources available for Ukrainian companies
Control questions and tasks
4. Financial and mathematical foundations of Investment Planning
4.1. The concept of time value of money
4.2. Elements of the theory of interest
4.3. The effect of inflation in determining the present and future value of money
4.4. Accretion and discounting of cash flows
4.5. Comparison of alternatives investment funds using the technique of discounting and compounding
Control questions and tasks
5. Valuation of securities companies and scheduling the return of long-term loans
5.1. Valuation of bonds
5.2. Valuation of ordinary shares of the company
5.3. Scheduling the return of long-term loans
Control questions and tasks
6. Evaluation of the cost of capital investment project
6.1. The concept of economic substance and the cost of capital
6.2. Approaches and models of determining the cost of capital
6.3. Models determining the cost of equity
6.4. The model determining the value of preferred shares
6.5. Models determine the cost of borrowed capital
6.6. The weighted average cost of capital
Control questions and tasks
7. The main criteria of investment project efficiency and methods of evaluation
7.1. General characteristics of the methods of evaluating the effectiveness of
7.2. The discounted payback period
7.3. The method of pure modern value (NPV - method)
7.4. The effect of inflation on the assessment of the effectiveness of investments
7.5. The internal rate of return (IRR)
7.6. Comparison of NPV and IRR methods
7.7. Decision on the least cost
7.8. Assumptions made in evaluating the effectiveness
Control questions and tasks
8. Analysis of break-even and target planning of profit in the process of investment planning
8.1. The general concept and purpose of break-even analysis
8.2. Classification of costs
8.3. The format of the profit based on the attached income
8.4. Calculating the breakeven point
8.5. Graphical representation of break-even analysis
8.6. Working format for the analysis of break-even and target planning of profit
8.7. Break-even analysis for the diversified production
8.8. The impact of income invested and analysis of operating leverage
Control questions and tasks
9. Payment schemes assess performance of investment projects
9.1. The forecast profit from the sale of the investment project
9.2. The traditional scheme of calculation of performance indicators
9.3. Driving equity
9.4. Comparison of Approaches
9.5. A comprehensive example of evaluating the effectiveness of the investment project pipe plant
Control questions and tasks
10. Risk analysis and assessment of investment projects
10.1. General concepts of uncertainty and risk
10.2. Sensitivity Analysis
10.3. Scenario analysis
10.4. Simulation Monte Carlo
Control questions and tasks


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