Demonstration of value-based management tool on two actual cases. Example of using the economic value added (EVA) model for best practice decision-making.
Read the article for better understanding of financing structure – what should be the proper mix of account payables, financial obligations and equity funding, what are the related challenges, how financing structure impacts the value maximization, etc.
Read about the role of Customer relationship management as philosophy of focusing on clients & relationship and important benefits that introduction of right CRM tools bring – simplicity, transparency, speed and flexibility.
Takeover defenses consider activities and measures with one common goal – preventing a hostile takeover. They are classified into groups according to the impact on the transaction: delay, voting, protection, other defenses, state law.
Equity financing considers two crucial terms, namely pre-money valuation and post-money…
Article presents the main two strategy streams that are nowadays used by successful companies to provide clear and unique positioning on the market.
The EBITDA is a well-known financial metric. It is considered as the best approximation of operating cash flows and thus consequently a crucial indicator for managers, bankers, appraisers, analysts and other industry practitioners. Read about the meaning and use of the EBITDA.
Read about the key success factors and why their understanding is of crucial importance for any corporate strategy.
In order to understand banks & their specifics, you need to first understand how they generate value, the role that they play and systematic limitations.
See who is mainly dealing with business valuations and read where are they used.
Tips & tricks how to build-up your business valuation without knowing anything about complex business valuation methods. Maximizing the business valuation through improvement of cash-flows, optimization of net working capital & net investments, enhancement of growth potential and minimization of risks involved.
The article is explaining the difference between pre-money valuation and post-money valuation, which in fact refer to the valuation of a company prior to and post to equity financing.