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Corporate Financial Strategy

ISBN-10: 0750686650

ISBN-13: 9780750686655

Edition: 3rd 2009 (Revised)

Authors: Ruth Bender, Keith Ward

List price: $59.95
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The third edition of this popular and practical textbook illustrates how Financial strategy can add value to the overall competitive strategy of an organization. With updated real company case studies and Working Insight sections Coporate Financial Strategy provides a practial illumination of the theory. This updated edition includes 2 complete new chapters: Coporate Governance and Perceived Risk which looks at the difference between developed and developing countries and "making the case" which covers the business and financial issues underlying investment cases and also business plans used to raise finance from lenders and equity. Corporate Financial Strategy is an excellent practical guide for students and senior executives on finance courses (including MBA, MSc and DMS) and senior financial managers, strategic-decision makers and qualified accountants. * Only book to show how to add value by tailoring financial strategy to complement corporate strategy * Includes real company case studies and "Working Insight sections" which provide practical illumination of the theory. * Practial and easy to read textbook which sets out the basic building blocks of any financial instrument to enable the reader to appreciate innovations in the field *Includes a ?Bookmarks? section at the end of each chapter which gives useful websites if readers want to explore things further and a further reading at the end of each chapter.
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Book details

List price: $59.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 9/15/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 406
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Setting the context
What does the share price tell us?
Linking corporate and financial strategies
Corporate governance and perceived risk
Making the case
Financial strategy and the corporate lifecycle-Start up businesses and venture capital
Rowth companies: marketing focused
Mature companies-to divi or not?
Declining businesses-a case for euthanasia?
Financial instruments: the building blocks
Types of financial instrument
Dividends and buybacks
Transactions and operating issues-Floating a company
Acquisitions
Mergers and selling a business
Restructuring a company
Management buyouts and other leveraged transactions
Strategic working capital management
Executive compensation
International corporate finance
Appendices-Review of theories of finance
Valuing options and convertibles
Glossary
Discount and option tables