An Introduction to Corporate Finance: Transactions and Techniques

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Wiley, 2006 - Business & Economics - 232 pages
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An Introduction to Corporate Finance provides the reader with a complete overview of Corporate Finance from perspective of the investment Banker. The author, a corporate trainer and former investment banker clarifies the role of the investment banker in numerous corporate finance transactions, including mergers & acquisitions, IPO's, and valuation. Given today's corporate climate, every student studying corporate finance and those working in the field need this book to sharpen their skill set.

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Contents

CORPORATE FINANCE
23
FLOTATIONSINITIAL PUBLIC OFFERINGS
39
INTERNATIONAL EQUITY OFFERINGS
65
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Ross Geddes is a practitioner and educator in the corporate finance world. He has over 20 years of experience working on financings (both debt and equity) as well as M&A transactions. During his corporate finance career in Canada and the UK, he helped corporations and governments raise over $7 billion in equity in IPOs, secondary offerings and privatisations. Ross is the author of three other books on finance. He now resides in Canada.

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