Mergers and acquisitions refer to Corporate Finance, Management and Strategy changes related to one company acquiring other company or joining with other company in order to create more business synergy. Companies acquire another small or similar companies in order to improve market share, expand business, improve cost efficiency, improve effectiveness and competitiveness etc. Company’s board […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)
Leveraged Buyout (LBO) is a term which is used to indicate the leverage or loan taken to buy out a company by the current management or employees or any other private equity firm. The key idea is to fund the cost of acquisition mainly by taking loans from other financial institutions rather than using own […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Leveraged Buyout (LBO)
Market capitalization specifies the total market value of a listed company. For a listed company, it is calculated after multiplying the share price with the total number of shares. For privately held companies, the market capitalization can be calculated from the total asset value or the future cash flows to the firm. The calculation methodology […]Continue Reading... No Comments.