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    The most popular and father of all models in asset pricing (CAPM) from Sharpe (1964) and Lintner (1965a) was developed independently of each other using the portfolio theory to deduce a market equilibrium. Portfolio theory with a riskless asset and unlimited short sales was the basis for this model (Krause, 2001). To add to the charateristics of accumulating portfolio theory to ascertain the market stability, it also considers the decision of a sole investor. Given the price Sharpe (1964) and…

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    QUESTION 2 2.1 Discuss the THREE key functions of money in an economy. Mohr P. and associates, (2015), indicates that money serves as an important part of our everyday life. Money is any good that is widely accepted in exchange of goods and services, as well as payment of debts. The 3 Key functions of money in an economy can be described as follows: 1. Medium of exchange can be defined as money that is used for buying and selling goods and services and if there was no money, goods would…

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    1. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the corporate tax. (6 marks) Advantages i. Source of Revenue - Corporate taxes can be effectively utilized as a tool for the government to generate higher revenues as corporations are the largest money makers in the every economy. The government can therefore create a steady and strong flow of cash by targeting those making large profits. ii. Distribution – Taxing companies that are making profits helps redistribute the benefits to the society…

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    management firm. The group has operations in four areas: corporate private equity, global marketing strategies, real assets and investment solutions with its specialisation being in Private equity. The group has over $193 billion of assets under management across 128 funds. The firm has investors from various strata of the society ranging from public and private pension funds to sovereign wealth funds, union and corporations. Carlyle’s corporate private equity segment was established in 1990 and…

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    Before agreeing to any project, that has medium or long term effects on the company, a financial analysis has to be done. It is necessary to find out the financial effects before spending any money on it. Investment appraisal techniques Every model has advantages and disadvantages, so it is advisable to use more than one for any given project. Net Present Value (NPV) The NPV model is the most common method analysing investment decisions. It measures capital growth, which is the fundamental…

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    1. The importance of financial management. Finance is the essential and regarded as the life-blood requirement of every organization (public or private, profit oriented or even non-profitable organization). The efficient management is closely linked with the efficient management of its finances. Resources are always limited, particularly in developing countries, compared to its demands or needs. So, the focus, is concerned with optimum utilization of resources, to take maximum benefit, in the…

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    An analysis of skills and knowledge required to undertake degree studies in accounting and finance and follow a future career path in financial accounting This essay will mark out the course of study of accounting and finance and formal assess the knowledge and skills that are needed for a future career path in financial accounting. Students that study accounting and finance often set goals to progress into accounting at a bank or at an accounting firm. So it will be advantageous for the…

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    2.4 – Transaction Example The different ISS tax rates between São Paulo and Barueri provide different after tax revenue for Adyen. The lower tax rate of Barueri allows for a high margin pert transaction and this additional cash can be used as seen fit for the company’s needs. It can either be used for reinvestment or other cash needs. The effect of the reduced tax burden can be seen here in a transaction example of 1000 BRL with a 3% commission for Adyen resulting in a 30 BRL before tax…

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    The Nagle Vehicle Purchase Recently, we decided to purchase another vehicle. We had to decide whether or not we could actually afford another vehicle. There were several options to discuss. There were many factors and avenues that we had to explore before making the actual purchase. We had originally used a concept map in the actual event decision, but now we decided that we needed to outline all possible points in determining what we would buy in the end. We initially wanted to buy a…

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    Finc. 395 Investments - Week 3. Chapter 6, Pg. 161 Flow of Funds Exercise a. No. Carson could not issue commercial paper seeing a large amount of debt it has. It may rely on debt to obtain additional funds. So before it would be able to issue any commercial paper, it would have to go public (issue stock). b. When using a line of credit, the cost of forgoing the return on these securities is lower than the cost incurred. So for this reason, I think Carson should consider selling its holdings…

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