Financial Management for Managers - Risk Analysis
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Financial managers are largely responsible for maintaining the financial status and analyzing risk levels for financial planning in organizations. This free online course from Alison teaches you the crucial aspects of risk analysis for capital budgeting purposes in organizations. The Financial Management for Managers - Risk Analysis course begins with a discussion of the risk element in investment proposals and the techniques for risk analysis.
Next, you will study the sources of risk and different perspectives of risk. You will also analyze various techniques of risk analysis such as sensitivity analysis, scenario analysis, and break-even analysis. Then, you will learn about the major types of break-even analysis and how to calculate the break-even point. You will also learn about the elements of Hiller's model and the process of a simulation analysis. You will study the steps in developing a decision tree for decision tree analysis, along with corporate risk analysis. Finally, you will study the strategies of managing risk and the methods of project selection under risk.
This course will enable you to acquire knowledge about the world of finance from the aspect of risk analysis techniques which are essential for capital budgeting and successful financial management. So, if you're interested in Finance as a career, or if you are a Finance professional looking to enhance your skills, or simply an individual with an interest in gaining knowledge of financial concepts, then check out this course today and start taking your career and knowledge to the next level.Start Course Now
Risk Analysis for Capital Budgeting
Risk Analysis for Capital Budgeting - Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Risk Analysis
Sources and Perspectives of Risk
Techniques of Risk Analysis
Hiller's Model and Simulation Analysis
Decision Tree Analysis
Corporate Risk Analysis
Risk Analysis for Capital Budgeting - Lesson Summary
Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
- Identify the sources and perspectives of risk
- Discuss the elements of sensitivity analysis
- Explain the various scenarios in applying the scenario analysis
- Distinguish the major types of break-even analysis
- Describe the elements of Hiller's model of risk analysis
- Analyze the requirements of a simulation analysis
- Indicate the steps involved in developing a decision tree in decision tree analysis
- State the use of diversification strategies in the corporate risk analysis
- Outline the methods of project selection under risk
- Evaluate the methods of risk analysis in practice
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