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Financial Management

Code 14386
Year 3
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload TP(60H)
Scientific area Management
Entry requirements none
Mode of delivery Face-to-face
Work placements n.a
Learning outcomes Provide students with the fundamental knowledge of the area of Business Finance, with an emphasis on financial management.
This course unit seeks to develop skills that enable students to:
i) Distinguish the functions and objectives of financial management and financial analysis;
ii) Understand the notion of time value of money;
iii) Carry out financial calculation operations: capitalization and updating operations
iv) Know the object and the methods of financial analysis;
vi) Calculate and analyze financial ratios;
vii) Analyze the situations related to the availability in transit and the means of payment used by customers;
viii) Identify and evaluate economic and financial problems;
ix) Implement corrective financial management measures that enhance the company's structural balance and profitability in the short, medium and long term.
x) Identify procedures to control collections; Recover bad credit: debt claim, legal and extrajudicial actions, criminal liability
Syllabus PART I - INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Management
Chapter 2: The Value of Money
PART II-ANALYSIS FINANCIAL
Chapter 3: Financial Analysis
Chapter 4: Analysis the trade of cost and risk
PART III - MANAGEMENT OF CREDIT
Chapter 5: Credit Management
Chapter 6 - Collection Management
Main Bibliography Cap. 1:
DAMODARAN, A., Corporate Finance - Theory and Practice, 2ª ed., Wiley, 2001 (BIB 1.2 197);
BREALEY, R.; Myers, S. e ALLEN, F. Princípios de Finanças Empresariais, 2007, McGraw-Hill, 8ª Edição (BIB 1.2 303);
Cap. 2:
CANADAS, N., MATF – A Matemática do Financiamento e das Aplicações de Capital, Plátano Ed., 1998.
Zima, Petr; Brown, Robert L; Fundamentos de Matemática Financeira, McGraw-Hill, São Paulo, 1985. (pag. 25-73) (BIB. 4.5 32)
Cap. 3 e 4
MOREIRA, J. A. Cardoso, Análise Financeira de Empresas, BDP, Porto, 1997 (BIB 1.2 168)
MARTINS, A., Introdução à Análise Financeira de Empresas, Vida Económica, 2002 (BIB. 1.2 244);
COHEN, Elie, Análise Financeira, Presença, Lisboa, 1996 (BIB 5.19 55/70)
SANTOS, Arlindo, Análise Financeira, INIEF, Lisboa, 1981 (BIB 1.2 132, 133...)
NEVES, J. Carvalho, Análise Financeira- Vol 1, Texto Editora, 2000 (BIB 1.2 146, 147...)
IFB, Diagnóstico Económico-Financeiro de Empresas, IFB, 7ª edição, 1998
Cap. 5:
MANESS, T., ZIETLOW, J., Short-Term Financial Management, 2ª ed., South-W., 2002 (BIB 1.13 93);
BATISTA, A., A Gestão de Crédito como Vantagem Competitiva, 2ª edição, Vida Económica, 2004;
CARVALHO, P.V. Fundamentos da Gestão de Crédito – Uma contribuição para o valor das organizações, 1.ª Edição, Edições Sílabo, 2009.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The adopted teaching method combines theoretical exposition, in a 1st phase, with the resolution of practical cases, in a 2nd phase, covering the framing of the themes, concepts, models and techniques inherent to each of the subjects to be taught. In order to emphasize the practical implications of the subjects exposed, application sheets will be carried out in all chapters.
Attendance to classes aims to facilitate the apprehension and understanding of concepts, techniques and methods of analysis, and the interpretation of methods associated with the main approaches to management accounting.
The elements to support the teaching of classes and the resolution of application forms by students will be made available in the area of the curricular unit on the Moodle platform.

Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2021-10-09

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