Wisconsin School of Business

Belinda Mucklow

Senior Lecturer - Finance

Major areas of interest is financial accounting and valuation with specializations in financial statement analysis, securities analysis, investment banking and valuation. Teach courses in specialties and related areas to business and law students. She has also presented seminars to marketing, finance, and accounting executives on such topics as: valuation, CFA exam review, capital budgeting, economic value added, financial statement analysis, security valuation, and open book management. as a consultant and/or expert witness on several cases involving business valuation and the effects of accounting fraud.
 

Undergraduate Courses


Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635 Section 1), Spring 2009.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635 Section 2), Spring 2009.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635), Fall 2002.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635), Fall 2003.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635), Spring 2003.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635), Spring 2003.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635), Fall 2004.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635), Spring 2004.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635), Spring 2005.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635), Spring 2006.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635 Section 1), Spring 2010.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635 Section 2), Spring 2010.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635), Fall 2006.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635 Section 1), Fall 2007.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635 Section 1), Spring 2008.

Security Analysis
Course DescriptionFinancial analysis for selection of securities to implement portfolio planning covered in Finance 320.
(FIN 635 Section 2), Spring 2008.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Fall 2001.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Fall 2002.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Fall 2002.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Fall 2002.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Spring 2002.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Spring 2002.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Fall 2003.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Fall 2003.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Fall 2004.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Fall 2004.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Spring 2004.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Spring 2005.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Spring 2005.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Fall 2005.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Fall 2005.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Spring 2006.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(ACC 603), Spring 2006.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(AIS 603 Section 1), Spring 2007.

Analysis of Financial Reports
Course DescriptionAnalysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.
(AIS 603 Section 2), Spring 2007.

Invsetmt Bankg & Capital Mrkts (FIN 420), Fall 2011.

Investment Banking (FIN 365 Section 2), Fall 2010.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 1), Fall 2008.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 2), Fall 2008.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 1), Spring 2009.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 2), Spring 2009.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300), Fall 2001.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300), Fall 2001.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300), Fall 2001.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300), Spring 2001.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300), Spring 2001.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 1), Fall 2009.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 2), Fall 2009.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 1), Spring 2010.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 2), Spring 2010.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300), Fall 2006.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300), Fall 2006.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 1), Fall 2010.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 2), Fall 2010.

Introduction to Finance (FIN 300), Fall 2011.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 1), Spring 2007.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 2), Spring 2007.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 1), Fall 2007.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 2), Fall 2007.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 1), Spring 2008.

Introduction to Finance
Course DescriptionConcepts and techniques in corporate finance and investments. Topics include the financial environment, securities markets, financial markets, financial statements and analysis, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital, dividend policy, asset valuation, investments, decision making under uncertainty, mergers, options, and futures.
(FIN 300 Section 2), Spring 2008.



Graduate Courses


Contemporary Topics (RES 765), Spring 2001.



Combined Undergraduate & Graduate Courses


Investments
Course DescriptionPrinciples, issues and methods relating to the management of investment portfolios; investment needs of small and institutional investors; investment risks associated with financial market conditions and business cycle flucuations.
(FIN/ECO 320/320), Fall 2005.



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Belinda Mucklow

 
Senior Lecturer | Finance
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