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Corporate Finance

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ISBN13: 9780851217499
ISBN: 0851217494
Published: September 1992
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This handy work places the mechanics of corporate finance into a practical framework, employing case studies, to create strategies to maximise shareholder value. It introduces the corporate scene and reviews the various types of securities which can be used by a company in combination with its capital structure.

It discusses the various methods available for raising capital, and examines all the changes which a mature company may undertake by reconstruction or amalgamation.
* It is specifically written for non-specialist professionals as a practical introduction to a complex subject area.
* The use of case studies, specimen forms and precedents will be useful to practitioners in giving them information as to how transactions have been structured in the past and the problems which such transactions faced.
* The practical framework will enable the practitioner to understand how strategies are created for maximising shareholder value tured in the past and the problems which such transactions faced.

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Contents:
Introduction 1. Corporate Finance: A Historic Perspective 2. Capital Structures 3. Capital Structures in Practice 4. The Macro Market 5. The Offer for Sale by Eurotunnel 6. Issue of Convertible Capital Bonds - Reckitt and Coleman plc 7. Acquisition of Public Companies 8. A Recommended Offer - Hobsons plc 9. Aquascutum plc - the Hostile Approach 10. BTR plc and Hawker Sidley 11. Corporate Reorganisations and Amalgamations 12. Companies in Financial Trouble - Corporate Reconstruction Index