CMG342 Syllabus - Financing New Business Ventures - 2021 Regulation - Open Elective | Anna University

CMG342 Syllabus - Financing New Business Ventures - 2021 Regulation - Open Elective | Anna University

CMG342

FINANCING NEW BUSINESS VENTURES

 L T P C

3003

Course Objectives:
• To develop the basics of business venture financing.
• To impart the knowledge essential for entrepreneurs for financing new ventures.
• To acquaint the learners with the sources of debt and quity financing.
• To empower the learners towards fund rasiing for new ventures effectively

UNIT I

ESSENTIALS OF NEW BUSINES VENTURE

9

Setting up new Business Ventures – Need - Scope - Franchising - Location Strategy, Registration Process - State Directorate of Industries- Financing for New Ventures - Central and State Government Agencies - Types of loans – Financial Institutions - SFC, IDBI, NSIC and SIDCO.

UNIT II

INTRODUCTION TO VENTURE FINANCING

9

Venture Finance – Definition – Historic Background - Funding New Ventures- Need – Scope – Types - Cost of Project - Means of Financing - Estimation of Working Capital - Requirement of funds – Mix of Dent and Equity - Challenges and Opportunities.


UNIT III

SOURCES OF DEBT FINANCING

9

Fund for Capital Assets - Term Loans - Leasing and Hire-Purchase - Money Market instruments – Bonds, Corporate Papers – Preference Capital- Working Capital Management- Fund based Credit Facilities - Cash Credit - Over Draft.

UNIT IV

SOURCES OF EQUITY FINANCING

9

Own Capital, Unsecured Loan - Government Subsidies , Margin Money- Equity Funding - Private Equity Fund- Schemes of Commercial banks - Angel Funding – Crowdfunding- Venture Capital.

UNIT V

METHODS OF FUND RAISING FOR NEW VENTURES

9

Investor Decision Process - Identifying the appropriate investors- Targeting investors- Developing Relationships with investors - Investor Selection Criteria- Company Creation- Raising Funds - Seed Funding- VC Selection Criteria – Process- Methods- Recent Trends

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this course, the students should be able to:
CO 1 Learn the basics of starting a new business venture.
CO 2 Understand the basics of venture financing.
CO 3 Understand the sources of debt financing.
CO 4 Understanf the sources of equity financing.
CO 5 Acquaint with the methods of fund raising for new business ventures.

REFERENCES:
1) Principles of Corporate Finance by Brealey and Myers et al.,12TH ed, McGraw Hill Education (India) Private Limited, 2018
2) Prasanna Chandra, Projects : Planning ,Analysis,Selection ,Financing,Implementation and Review, McGraw Hilld Education India Pvt Ltd ,New Delhi , 2019.
3) Introduction to Project Finance. Andrew Fight,Butterworth-Heinemann, 2006.
4) Metrick, Andrew; Yasuda, Ayako. Venture Capital And The Finance Of Innovation. Venture Capital And The Finance Of Innovation, 2nd Edition, Andrew Metrick And Ayako Yasuda, Eds., John Wiley And Sons, Inc, 2010.
5) Feld, Brad; Mendelson, Jason. Venture Deals. Wiley, 2011.
6) May, John; Simons, Cal. Every Business Needs An Angel: Getting The Money You Need To Make Your Business Grow. Crown Business, 2001.
7) Gompers, Paul Alan; Lerner, Joshua. The Money Of Invention: How Venture Capital Creates New Wealth. Harvard Business Press, 2001.
8) Camp, Justin J. Venture Capital Due Diligence: A Guide To Making Smart Investment Choices And Increasing Your Portfolio Returns. John Wiley & Sons, 2002.
9) Byers, Thomas. Technology Ventures: From Idea To Enterprise. Mcgraw-Hill Higher Education, 2014.
10) Lerner, Josh; Leamon, Ann; Hardymon, Felda. Venture Capital, Private Equity, And The Financing Of Entrepreneurship. 2012.

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