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  • Indian Credit Rating Agency Case Study

    graduate suggested the idea of the credit rating agency to Nadkarni chairman of IFCI (Industrial Finance Corporation of India), but later he was moved to IDBI. Shah described the concept to Vaghul , head of the ICIC bank. As the result, on January 1st, 1988. India’s first credit rating agency Crisil came into existence…

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  • The Importance Of Accounting And Finance

    accounting and finance is and why I have chosen to study it at the University of Birmingham. Accounting and finance are two separate disciplines that have some similar characteristics. The main difference between accounting and finance is that finance focuses on the present and future whereas accounting focuses on the past (Aspillera, 2014). The University of Birmingham is amongst the top providers for accounting and finance due to its credibility, infrastructure and status making it one of the…

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  • Disadvantages Of Financial Instruments

    FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS Financial instruments are assets or packages of capital that can be exchanged, such as cash, a contractual right to deliver or receive a financial instrument or evidence of one’s ownership of a company. It is a vital part of every business and the most of the financial instruments provide an effective flow and transfer of capital all over the world’s investors. Nonetheless, to manage a company seldom entails a long or short-term financing. For example, when an invoice is…

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  • Portfolio Diversification Essay

    specific examples special in finance. The term portfolio diversification is defined as “investing in different asset classes and in securities of many issues in an attempt to reduce overall investment risk and to avoid damaging a portfolio's performance by the poor performance of a single security, industry, (or country).” (Nasdaq n.d.) One describes the theory of portfolio diversification as not putting all your eggs in one basket. Portfolio Diversification is noted as a foundational concept…

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  • Case Study: Standard Chartered PLC

    2 BACKGROUND Standard Chartered PLC is a British multinational financial institution headquartered in London (England). Sir John Peace is the chairman of the board and Bill Winters is the group CEO. In India, Standard Chartered Bank (S.C.B.) has been in operation since 1858 and is India’s largest international bank with 99 branches in 42 cities . The bank’s Indian operations are headed by Sunil Kaushal (CEO) and is headquartered in Mumbai. 3 SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ACCORDING TO STANDARD…

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  • My Short-Term Goals For A Career In Corporate Finance

    My short-term goal for post-MS is to find a job as a financial analyst or a job in corporate finance and to acquire a CFA credential, which can assist me in becoming a more competitive employee. In the long term, I wish to open my own financial consulting company in Shanghai. And given the economic cycle, If unfortunately, there is a economic trough when I graduate from Olin Business School (OBS), I will seek an unpaid internship and build my network in the meanwhile. Therefore, I can keep…

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  • Maa Group Berhad Case Study

    There are several sources to consider when running a business. (2013, Don Hofstrand) Sources of finance is use to available to manage a company, due to all businesses need money, so where the money come from is known as source of finance. Source of finance has two different types, which is internal and external. Internal of source of finance is the finance is inside the business. For instead, profits can be kept back to the finance expansion. The external is the finance from outside the business…

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  • Huaneng Power International Case Study

    Introduction Huaneng Power International was created in 30 June 1994 (Hpi.com.cn, 2015) as a spin- off of Huaneng Power International Development Corporation (HPIDC), which was also its controlling shareholder (White, 2004, p.7). The newly formed company’s aim to construct and operate power plants of high technology (Hpi.com.cn, 2015) could be achieved only through raising capital. Since “domestic sources were insufficient” (White, 2004, p.2), HPI opted for international financing…

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  • Magic And Sparkle Company Case Study

    Dear sir with reference to the above mentioned subject the information regarding existing business is as follows: While reviewing sales of company it is observed that our sales increases by 22% each year but that lead to increase in our expenses by the same percentage which leads us to be on loss side each year. Further the increase in sales is not consistent with increase in market, as market is expanding relatively more than our growth that results decrease in our market share year by year. On…

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  • Goetzmann's Money Changes Everything

    “The experience of five millennia of financial innovation suggests that finance and civilization will forever be intertwined.” The closing line of a fascinating walk through history and how finance molded civilization as we know it today. William Goetzmann the author of the book: “Money Changes Everything” is currently a Professor of Finance and Management Studies at the Yale School of Management and has vast knowledge as an archaeologist as well as in art history, making William Goerzmann the…

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