Strategic corporate finance? This sounds like a paradox at first. After all, corporate finance means responding to the financial markets. Strategy, on the other hand, aims to change and shape the environment in the long term. Lately, though, more and more managers and investors appear to be breaking the laws of the capital market. At the same time, corporations are discovering new ways to not just react to the capital markets, but to actively shape them. The authors show that these violations are not isolated occurrences, but part of a paradigm shift. If companies want to stay successful in changing markets, they have to take a strategic approach to corporate finance. The authors use practical examples to demonstrate how this can be achieved. This book is intended not only for corporate finance experts, but also for students interested in the latest developments on the financial markets.It is not unusual for such firms to fire off a salvo of other announcements to distract attention from painful publications, ... All shareholders attending this meeting have the right to receive answers to almost all questions about the company. ... 24 On annual reports, see JERRY J. WEYGANDT, PAUL D. KIMMEL and DONALD E. KIESO: Financial Accounting. ... see MANUEL ALVAREZ and STEFAN WOTSCHOFSKY: Zwischenberichterstattung nach Barsenrecht/DRS, IAS and US-GAAP.
|Title||:||Current Challenges for Corporate Finance|
|Author||:||Guido Eilenberger, Sascha Haghani, Alfred Kötzle, Kurt Reding, Klaus Spremann|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-09-21|