Financing and Risk Management
McGraw Hill Professional, 2003 - Business & Economics - 477 pages
Looks at how corporations balance financing and risk. Filled with information and ideas that are both thought provoking and functional, this work examines the theory and mechanics of financing and risk, including, how, why, and when a firm should assume debt, while keeping that debt from working against it.
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Chapter2 AN OVERVIEW OF CORPORATE FINANCING
Chapters HOW CORPORATIONS ISSUE SECURITIES
Chapter4 CORPORATE FINANCING AND THE SIX LESSONS
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accounts average balance sheet bank bankruptcy bondholders borrowing call option capital gains capital structure cash flows Chapter common stock company's convertible bond Corporate Finance corporate tax cost of capital creditors customers debt ratio decisions default discount dividend policy dollar earnings example exchange rate exercise price expected return Figure Financial Economics financial manager financial ratios forward rate funds future futures contracts hedge income increase Initial Public Offerings interest rate inventory investment investors issue Journal of Financial lenders less lessor leverage liabilities loan margin market value maturity million number of shares offer operating paid payoff percent present value profit put option rate of interest receive repurchase risk securities sell share price shareholders short-term spot rate stock price stockholders strategy Suppose swap Swiss franc tax rate tax shields theory trade-off theory traded underwriters United warrants yield yield to maturity