Bigger and smaller leveraged
firms provide the high return and low return to their shareholders on equity excluding the productivity, which is equal in the both companies.
If the marketing and operating managers have worked to improve ROA, it would be disappointing if it were not appropriately leveraged
to maximize the shareholder's value.
Speculator" in this context would include the expansive hedge fund community, securities broker/dealer proprietary trading, mutual funds, banks, insurance companies, corporate finance departments, pension funds, and various individuals and institutions (domestic and international) employing "carry trades," "repos," derivatives, and myriad leveraged
leases can be a complex and intricate vehicle for financing equipment in today's marketplace.
The federal bank regulatory agencies on April 11, 2001, issued guidance on sound risk-management practices for institutions engaged in leveraged
Before the Tax Reform Act of 1986 imposed restrictions on the use of leveraged
life insurance policies, leveraged
life was a popular means of funding these benefit packages.
Time leveraging is the concept of identifying leveraged
activities and making them top priorities.
But leverage poses risks to firms and their creditors, and the LTCM episode demonstrated that a single firm could become both so large and so highly leveraged
that failure of its business strategies could pose risks to the financial system as well.
Whether you are for or against leveraged
buyouts and foreign investment in U.
NEW YORK -- In a further expansion of the firm's Global Leveraged
Finance Group, Jefferies announced today the addition of John B.
INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH THEIR CREDITORS
and Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP are investigating potential claims on behalf of retail customers who purchased leveraged
exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and leveraged
inverse ETFs and held them in their brokerage accounts for longer than one day.