corporate finance

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Noun1.corporate finance - the financial activities of corporationcorporate finance - the financial activities of corporation
finance - the commercial activity of providing funds and capital
gross profit, gross profit margin, margin - (finance) the net sales minus the cost of goods and services sold
return on invested capital, return on investment, ROI - (corporate finance) the amount, expressed as a percentage, that is earned on a company's total capital calculated by dividing the total capital into earnings before interest, taxes, or dividends are paid
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M2 EQUITYBITES-December 16, 2015-Qualcomm review of corporate and financial structure finds current structure should be maintained
Today Gamesa arranged a 350 million syndicated financing facility due 2018, which further shores up its financial structure and extends its debt maturity profile.
The firm boasts a comfortable financial structure and it has plans to build an automotive battery terminal plant in China with its own finances, the rater said.
The intended novelty of this paper lies in developing a model for optimising a firm's financial structure and assessing it in terms of investors' interests.
Victor Kung, president of Fubon Financial, indicated that the massive issuance of GDR this time aims to raise capital for operating funds, strengthen its financial structure, and help lower its capital cost, adding that Fubon would find the best time to issue such GDR after being approved by the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC).
Lyons explains the developmental process of financial structure for young people concerned successful building and protecting their financial future.
Financial Structure and Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Comparison of Banks, Markets and Development Asli Demirguc-Kunt and Ross Levine (eds) The MIT Press: Cambridge and London, 2001, vii + 436 pp.
White joined the Board in 1979 as an economist in the Financial Structure section.
What was amazing was that the question was not 'if' [China is going to restructure and reform its financial system] but 'when' the reforms will begin," a participant gleefully offered, adding, "Markets would be surprised by how much the Chinese in particular realize that their current financial structure is unsustainable and needs to be quickly changed.
Goldsmith's 1969 book, Financial Structure and Development, had three objectives: to document how financial structure changes as economies grow, to assess the impact of financial development on economic growth, and to evaluate whether financial structure influences the pace of economic growth.
Yet, at the same time, Japan's experience suggests that repairing the financial structure can be an extended process.

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