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    A company has many decisions to make when it comes to growth and finances. The company must evaluate how to grow, how much growth is sustainable, and how to finance that growth. The company has to choose which financial instruments (and how much of each) should be used to create sustainable financing higher than the hurdle rate, and above the expected rate of return for investors. One company may decide that financing capital for new projects is more economical, where another may choose debt…

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    Cellnex Case Study

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    examine the capital structure of Cellnex and how is has evolved since the 2015 IPO. Capitalization, Coverage ratios, CFS The capital structure of Cellnex can be described as standard. They employ a mixture of equity, bonds and credit facilities to finance their operations and investments. In table 1 we can track the changes in the capitalization of Cellnex over the past four years. Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 Equity € 501.39 € 3,994.22 € 3,165.95 € 4,946.44 Bonds €…

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    Abstract The factors affecting the firm’s value been the subject of considerable studies for both academics ‎and professionals, especially how capital structure decision affects firm value in what way and to ‎what extent. However, the overall effect of leverage on firm’s value is still a debatable issue and ‎there is no certainty about it. This research aims to examine the impact of capital structure decision ‎on firm value for firms listed on American stock exchanges and included within S&P 500…

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    Corporate Decisions are influenced by a firm’s cost of capital for an aim to reach a stage of profitability and hold the objective of reaching its potential wealth maximum. These are the costs incurred by companies used to finance a firms assets and activities The Cost of Capital is important in analysing the financial aspect of a business by measuring and evaluating business plans and activities. A firms cost of capital is affected by influences from financing, investment and dividend policies…

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    [online] Available at: http://www.morrisons.co.uk/Documents/Morrisons-Annual-Report-2011.pdf [Accessed: 23 February, 2013] Morrison plc. (2010) Annual Reports and Financial Statements 2009/2010. [online] Available at: http://www.morrisons.co.uk/Corporate/2010/AnnualReport/download-centre/PDFs/full.pdf [Accessed: 23 February, 2013] Moyer, R.C., McGuigan, J.R. and Kretlow, W.J. (2006) Contemporary Financial Management. 10th edn. U.S: Thomson South-Western [online] Available at:…

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    2.2. Corporate value theories 2.2.1. Valuation David Frykman (2003) identified three bases of valuation, including cash flow, return and operational variables. Thus, a great number of valuation approach such as EVA and DDM can be used under certain conditions. However, the most common valuation approach is the discounted cash flow model(DCF). It considers perspectives of all claimholders in the company. Economists define the corporate value as the present value of expected free cash flow of…

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    stake in the new company, with current BPM shareholders owning the remainder. Banco Popolare and BPM will transform from cooperative banks into joint-stock companies in line with the provisions envisaged in the reform of the cooperative banks. The corporate governance will be based on a traditional management and…

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    million, it is estimated that 63% of Kenya’s population participate directly or indirectly in co-operative based enterprises (CIC Kenya).A number of studies have provided the discipline with insights into the practice of credit management within corporate institutions. Owusu (2008) on credit practices in rural banks in Ghana found out that the appraisal of credit applications did not adequately assess the inherent credit risk to guide the taking of appropriate decisions. In his recommendations…

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    from the information asymmetry between the managers and investors, equity might be under-priced. This will make equity as an expensive source of finance. However, retained earnings are not affected by any problems. Also, debt is less sensitive with this problem as it requires fixed payment of interest. Transaction costs can resemble a firm’s sources of finance in a similar way. Baskin (1989) proved that costs for borrowing can be as low as 1% of the amount raised whereas the costs for issuing…

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    EXCLUDED . National Journal of Management (IJM), ISSN 0976 – 6502(Print), ISSN 097 , 31-42.  Guntupalli, P. S. (2016). Exploring the impacts of “Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana’- PMJDY, in urban areas, w.r.t. Mumbai . IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR-JEF) , 82-86.  Rai, D. S. ( 2015). PRADHAN MANTRI JAN DHAN YOJNA: AN AMBITIOUS PLAN FOR FINANCIAL INCLUSION. RESEARCH FRONT , 25-32.  Raval, D. H. (2015). Shaping New India through Financial Inclusion in form of PMJDY . International…

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