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Dividend Policy

Dividend Policy

Dividend policies can differ radically between companies. This tutorial looks at the reasons why such differences in policy can occur. The central question that is addressed is whether dividend policy can affect the value of a firm. In an ideal world, it would not; this is the crux of dividend irrelevance proposition of Modigliani-Miller that is examined in detail here. Two other theories of dividend policy - the traditional and radical view - are also explained in detail.

Objectives
On completion you will be able to:

  • Describe how dividends are paid
  • Explain the difference between the classical and radical view of the dividend payment decision
  • Demonstrate how the Modigliani-Miller approach to dividend policy reached its conclusions and what its weaknesses are

Registration Information

This short online course can be purchased individually or as part of the following discount scheme(s).

 

Once purchased, you will have access to this course for 365 Days.

Cost: 40.00   VAT*   Add to cart

Duration: 1 hours CPD units: 1.00

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