Financial Times Handbook of Corporate Finance

Financial Times Handbook of Corporate Finance

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The Financial Times Handbook of Corporate Finance is the authoritative introduction to the principles and practices of corporate finance and the financial markets. Whether you are an experienced manager or finance officer, or youa€™re new to financial decision making, this handbook identifies all those things that you really need to know: Am An explanation of value-based management Am Mergers and the problem of merger failures Am Investment appraisal techniques Am How to enhance shareholder value Am How the finance and money markets really work Am Controlling foreign exchange rate losses Am How to value a company The second edition of this bestselling companion to finance has been thoroughly updated to ensure that your decisions continue to be informed by sound business principles. New sections include corporate governance, the impact of taxation on investment strategies, using excess return as a new value metric, up-to-date statistics which reflect the latest returns on shares, bonds and merger activities and a jargon-busting glossary to help you understand words, phrases and concepts. Corporate finance touches every aspect of your business, from deciding which capital expenditure projects are worth backing, through to the immediate and daily challenge of share holder value, raising finance or managing risk. The Financial Times Handbook of Corporate Finance will help you and your business back the right choices, make the right decisions and deliver improved financial performance. It covers the following areas: Am Evaluating your firma€™s objectives Am Assessment techniques for investment Am Traditional finance appraisal techniques Am Investment decision-making in companies Am Shareholder value Am Value through strategy Am The cost of capital Am Mergers: failures and success Am Merger processes Am How to value companies Am Pay outs to shareholders Am Debt finance Am Raising equity capital Am Managing risk Am Options Am Futures, forwards and swaps Am Exchange rate riskA Business Companion to Financial Markets, Decisions and Techniques Glen Arnold. rate and ... weights. Book (balance sheet) values for debt, equity and hybrid securities should not be used in calculating theweighted average cost of capital.

Title:Financial Times Handbook of Corporate Finance
Author: Glen Arnold
Publisher:Pearson UK - 2013-08-27

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