Hillier et al. (2010), Corporate Finance, European Edition (McGraw Hill)
Other books that you may wish to consider are:
Damodaran A., Applied Corporate Finance (Wiley), Second Edition
Vernimmen, P, et al. (2005) Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice. (John
Wiley & Sons)
This textbook addresses most of the topics taught in the module and it is recommended that you purchase it. It also covers the content of the financial theory modules that you attended in term 1, but with an emphasis on the applications of this theory to the corporate context.
The main advantages of this textbook when compared to the others mentioned below are that: (i) it is theoretically rigorous, but it sets off the theory against the daily practice of corporate finance; and (ii) although the topics are universal and thus their application ubiquitous, it is set in a European context. It also has a very interesting and informative web site.
Brealey, R and S Myers (2006) Principles of Corporate Finance, 8th edition. (McGraw-Hill)
[This is a ‘classic’ and an excellent introduction to most of the topic covered in the module.
Articles and other material from the financial pages of newspapers and academic journals, such as:
Journal of Finance
Journal of Financial Economics
Review of Financial Studies
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis
Financial Management Journal
Journal of Banking and Finance
Journal of Business Finance and Accounting
European Financial Management
Journal of Financial Research
Journal of Financial Review
Journal of Empirical Finance