CFAP 4 – Business Finance Decision(Regular/June 2022)
By Khalilullah Shaikh
Business Finance Decision – CFAP 4 is a part of ICAP at CA Finals, It demands an in-depth understanding of various Business Finance models with strategic planning tools to enable CA professionals in the corporate world with management approach.
- COMPLETE & Comprehensive Course Coverage as suggested in ICAP Syllabus
- Detailed week wise Study Plans
- Study material
- Exam Strategy and application!
- Engaging lectures
- Exam focused and Extensive Practice of Past Papers
- Mock Exams are conducted and assessed.
- Active WhatsApp Groups for queries/ support.
- Committed cohort of learners
- Access Anywhere, Anytime!
- 110+ hours + live sessions
Sir Khalilullah Shaikh is a Fellow member of ICAP and has been serving as elected Council member of ICAP since 2013. Mr. Khalilullah Shaikh has more than 15 years of work experience in senior management roles. He is currently working as Chief Financial Officer of Pakistan International Airlines.
Sir Khalilullah Shaikh has a passion for human development. He has been taking CFAP – 4 BFD classes for CA Final students and his student alumni include over 1,500 Chartered Accountants of Pakistan. On the academic front, he secured Five Gold Medals in CA Final examinations, which is a record in the history of ICAP.
- Basic Investment Appraisal
- Sensitivity Analysis
- Asset Replacement Decision
- Capital Rationing (Single Period)
- Advanced Investment Appraisal
- Lease or Borrow Decisions
- Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)
- Capital Structure Theories – WACC
- Portfolio Theory & CAPM
- Adjusted Present Value (APV)
- Sources of Finance
- Business Valuation
- Mergers & Takeover
- Demerger & recent Questions Mergers & Acquisitions
- Forex 1 (Currency Risk, Futures, Options)
- Interest Rate Hedging
- International Investment Appraisal
- Dividend Theories and Modified Internal Rate of Return (MIRR)
- MAC Portion – Decision Making, Linear Programming
- Mac Portion – Capital Rationing
- Mac Portion – Budgeting, Time Series Analysis
- Mac Portion – Standard Costing & Variance Analysis
- Mac Portion – Working Capital, Transfer Pricing