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Corporate Credit By Susan Alker
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A helpful guide for bankers and CFO's alike, this book explains the process for getting a corporate loan and what the terms of the loan agreement mean.
Valuation approaches for corporate investments and takeovers with a focus on small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) By Thomas Eulenpesch
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Business appraisals happen daily in enterprises listed on the stock exchange. However, there are many occasions where economists need to evaluate companies, such as in lending, in business... More > investments, in the sale or transfer of companies or in tax reasons (estate duty). In this bachelor thesis, different methods will be presented and discussed. In view of limited financial resources and dynamically changing global market, companies must finance innovations and investment rationally and under the aspect of sustainability. In the increasing global competition and the associated need for internationalization, economists have developed different models over the last three decades. In this work, the focus is on the evaluation of SME. Here will be a special on function-oriented appraisal systems (such as the discounted cash flow method, etc.).< Less
Bank Regulation Policy Analysis - Overhaul and Front Line Perspectives By Michael Thomas
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Research paper with ideas and time tested methods for repairing the damage to the banking system inflicted by years of poor regulation, corporate excesses and lack of shareholder activism.
INTRODUCTION TO ISLAMIC FINANCING By shlomo Ovadiah
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introduction to islamic finance system Islamic finance refers to the means by which corporations in the Muslim world, including banks and other lending institutions, raise capital in accordance with... More > Sharia, or Islamic law. It also refers to the types of investments that are permissible under this form of law.< Less
Schoolgirls In Trouble By Margaret Moore
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The Costume Shop, Documentary Discipline, Not Above the Rules & The Caning Habit, Quandary, Alco-Bot, Does Lightning Strike Twice? Hot Seat & Interview with Miss Marne. Nine tales, aspects of... More > corporal discipline in luxurious detail. 1960's schoolroom to private study of Convent School Headmistress, girl after girl learns painful price of transgressions. Follow their fear and apprehension as girls' school discipline is set in unrelenting motion. The author writes; “What all of the stories have in common, and quite deliberately so, is that I’d dearly love to step into the shoes of any character. I also hope that knowing my feelings on the matter will lend them a little extra poignancy.” Senior schoolgirls must face up to the difficult and painful consequences of their mistakes and misdemeanours. Housemistresses and school teachers, even a Priest's housekeeper, feature: all use their hand, paddle, slipper, plimsoll or cane, to bring discipline to some very naughty young ladies.< Less
Schoolgirls In Trouble By Margaret Moore
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The Costume Shop, Documentary Discipline, Not Above the Rules & The Caning Habit, Quandary, Alco-Bot, Does Lightning Strike Twice? Hot Seat & Interview with Miss Marne. Nine tales, aspects of... More > corporal discipline in luxurious detail. 1960's schoolroom to private study of Convent School Headmistress, girl after girl learns painful price of transgressions. Follow their fear and apprehension as girls' school discipline is set in unrelenting motion. The author writes; “What all of the stories have in common, and quite deliberately so, is that I’d dearly love to step into the shoes of any character. I also hope that knowing my feelings on the matter will lend them a little extra poignancy.” Senior schoolgirls must face up to the difficult and painful consequences of their mistakes and misdemeanours. Housemistresses and school teachers, even a Priest's housekeeper, feature: all use their hand, paddle, slipper, plimsoll or cane, to bring discipline to some very naughty young ladies.< Less
Career Success Secrets for LOAN OFFICERS By Imtiaz Syed
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Loan Officers Evaluate, authorize, or recommend approval of commercial, real estate, or credit loans. Advise borrowers on financial status and methods of payments. Includes mortgage loan officers and... More > agents, collection analysts, loan servicing officers, and loan underwriters. Sample of reported job titles: Loan Officer, Branch Manager, Commercial Banker, Commercial Loan Officer, Corporate Banking Officer, Portfolio Manager, Relationship Manager, Agricultural Loan Officer, Branch Lending Officer, Mortgage Loan Officer< Less
Legal Aspects of Derivatives By Farrukh Khan
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Derivative products are being very widely used in the present age to hedge against corporate business risks and many of the world’s largest companies use these products. Some of the business... More > risks for which derivatives may be used include exchange rate or interest rate fluctuations, commodity and equity prices as well as the risks associated with lending. Swaps are contractual agreements between two parties usually made under a specified law which require both the parties to exchange cash flows based on interest rates, exchange rates or the prices of indexes. Equity swaps involve exchanging cash flows based on rates of return of a stock market index or two stock market indexes. Equity index swaps are used by institutions to gain exposure to stock markets where governments have created high entry costs. In this essay, the legal issues associated with derivatives are examined.< Less
Legal Aspects of Derivatives By Farrukh Khan
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Derivative products are being very widely used in the present age to hedge against corporate business risks and many of the world’s largest companies use these products. Some of the business... More > risks for which derivatives may be used include exchange rate or interest rate fluctuations, commodity and equity prices as well as the risks associated with lending. Swaps are contractual agreements between two parties usually made under a specified law which require both the parties to exchange cash flows based on interest rates, exchange rates or the prices of indexes. Equity swaps involve exchanging cash flows based on rates of return of a stock market index or two stock market indexes. Equity index swaps are used by institutions to gain exposure to stock markets where governments have created high entry costs. In this essay, the legal issues associated with derivatives are examined.< Less