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Capital Structure

Assignment 1. Some of the key trends in the capital structure of India Inc. are as follows: Key observations: * Indian corporate employ substantial amount of debt in their capital structure in terms of the debt-equity ratio as well as total debt to total assets ratio. * As a result of debt-dominated capital structure, the Indian corporate are exposed to a very high degree of total risk as reflected in high degree of operating leverage and financial leverage and, consequently, are...

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Optimal Capital Structure

OPTIMAL CAPITAL STRUCTURE INTRODUCTION This report tries to visualize “OPTIMAL CAPITAL STRUCTURE and represent the facts that include features of capital structure, determinants of capital structure, and patterns of capital structure, types and theories of capital structure, theory of optimal capital structure, risk associated with capital structure, external assessment of capital structure and some assumption related to capital structure. BROAD OBJECTIVE • To determine features of capital...

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Factors determining Capital Structure

Capital Structure: The most important function of Financial Management is to make decisions about the capital structure of firm. Capital structure refers to the make up a firm’s capitalization. It represents the mix of different sources of long term funds in the total capitalization of the company like equity shares, preference shares, retained earnings, long-term loans etc. In other words it can be precisely told as financing plan of the company. Capital is required to finance investments in plant...

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Capital Structure of a Company

During the course of operations of any company, once the capital budgeting decisions have been made and proposals selected, the most important question before the finance manager is to arrange sufficient funds to finance them. Funds are also required to keep existing projects going on and the company can raise funds required for investment either by increasing the owners' claims or the creditors' claims or both. The claims of the owners increases when the company raises the funds by issuing equity...

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Articles Relating to Capital Structure-Essay

Contents :- Introduction on Capital Structure……………………..5 Summary and Evaluation of Articles…………………6 Conclusion………………………………………………………..8 References/Bibliography………………………………….9   Introduction On Capital Structure :- In the field of finance capital structure means a way an organization or firms finances their assets by the way of some mix and match of Equity, Debt or Hybrid Securities. The modern thinking on capital structure is based on the Modigliani-Miller theorem given by Franco Modigliani...

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Major Considerations in Capital Structure Planning

Major Considerations in Capital Structure Planning There are three major considerations in capital structure planning, i.e. risk, cost of capital and control, which help the finance manager in determining the proportion in which he can raise funds from various sources. Although, three factors, i.e. risk, cost and control determines the capital structure of a particular business undertaking at a given point of time. The finance manager attempts to design the Capital Structure in such a manner that...

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relationship between factors of capital structure

INTRODUCTION 1.0 CHAPTER OVERVIEW Capital plays an important role in business. Every business enterprise, whether big, medium or small, manufacturing, services or industrial, needs capital to carry on its operations smoothly and to achieve its targets organization’s objective. Capital Structure means how an organization or company manage their capital or obtain financial resources to manage their business well. Business adopts different types of capital structures in order to meet the internal needs...

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Long-Term Financing and Corporate Capital Structure

corporate capital structure Advanced Corporate Finance 4.1 5 + 6 September 2013 Corporate finance: (1) managing the balance sheet Cash + Liquid assets Accounts receivable Inventory Short t Sh t term liabilities li biliti - short term debt - accounts payable Long term liabilities LT assets - fixed - non-fixed - financial Equity 1 8/30/2013 Corporate Finance at different levels + (2) managing the cash flow needs • Long term finance (LT investments, capital structure) investments...

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Du Pont Case Study - Capital Structure

Du Pont Case Study Capital Structure Statement of the Problem Determine a capital structure policy suitable for Du Pont in the 1980s and beyond. This paper will consider the history of the company and the turbulent times of the 1960s and 1970s, weigh the advantages and disadvantages associated with higher and lower levels of debt, and develop a strategy for the future after the merger with Conoco Inc. in 1983. Executive Summary • Du Pont has been historically known for its...

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Capital Structure

CAPITAL STRUCTURE: MEANING: - Capital structure of a firm is a reflection of the overall investment and financing strategy of the firm. - Capital structure can be of various kinds as described below: ▪ Horizontal capital structure: the firm has zero debt component in the structure mix. Expansion of the firm takes through equity or retained earnings only. ▪ Vertical capital structure: the base of the structure is formed by a small amount...

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