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Bonds – How Inflation And Interest Rates Affect Bonds Ownership of a bond is the ownership of a stream of future cash payments. Those cash payments are usually made in the form of periodic interest payments and the return ofprincipal when the bond matures. In the absence of credit risk (the risk of default), the value of that stream of […]
Predictive analytics can be an ally to CFOs who are looking for a viable tool to drive growth and manage enterprise profitability. There are several ways in which a CFO can leverage predictive-analytics solutions to manage profitability and enable corporate functions to adopt its principles. CFOs can successfully lead that charge if they know that: […]
The real difference between Private Equity, Hedge Funds and Family Office. Who should I target as a source of capital for my renewables project/company?
The real difference between Private Equity, Hedge Funds and Family Office. Who should I target as a source of capital for my renewables project/company? The real difference between these different capital sources is not much. Historically one could generalize that hedge funds are traders, while private equity funds are more likely to be long term […]
PRIVATE EQUITY VS. HEDGE FUNDS While there are no strict definitions of a private equity firm and a hedge fund, some distinct similarities and differences separate the two types of firms. Private equity firms and hedge funds are similar in that both invest from a leveraged pool of capital normally contributed by limited partners; both compensate the management […]
Balance Sheet Shrinking If your eye is on the financial news, you would surely read balance sheet shrinking term. For example, HBO shrinks its balance sheet. European banks shrink their balance sheet by 2.6 trillion dollars and many other companies are also shrinking their balance sheet. Do you know what is the balance sheet shrinking? Today, we have […]
Annual Turkish M&A Review 2011
10 M&A Mistakes to Avoid Posted April 1st, 2013 by Intronis Guest Blog Last month I shared my insight on M&As and making your business more attractive to partners of all types – investors, mergers or acquisitions – whatever path appeals to you. I’ll be honest, the process is complex, and there are more mistakes […]
By SHARON TERLEP A string of blockbuster deals to kick off 2013 invigorated the merger-and-acquisition business but didn’t convince deal makers that a global revival is under way, as activity around the globe remains muted and the U.S. market still faces challenges. Global deal volume reached $609 billion in the first quarter, up about 10% […]
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M&As in Turkey double in volume in 2012 17.01.2013 Dünya – Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in Turkey last year heightened sharply to reach USD 23.2 billion in volume, according to a report by global consultancy firm Ernst & Young’s (E&Y) Turkey office. M&A operations’ total worth hit USD 30 billion when transactions with undisclosed deal […]
It’s somewhat of an art to reach an agreement on price and terms. The ability to understand very quickly the motivations of the different stakeholders and the softer issues involved in transactions is a critical skill. Keith Magnus, Chairman and Head of investment banking, Singapore & Malaysia UBS.