College of Law LPC: PublicCompaniesandEquityFinance 2012
The guide examines all aspects of the life of a public company, including the IPO, the regulatory regime, corporate governance issues and listed company transactions. Particular emphasis is given to those areas which, typically, junior lawyers will experience.
Jenkinson Tim: Going Public: The Theory and Evidence on How Firms Raise EquityFinance
During its life, a company must make the critical decision of if, and when, to "go public" by listing themselves on the stock exchange. Two anomalies are apparent: that companies taking this route systematically initially underprice their shares and that over the longer term they under-perform other companies. This second edition investigates these issues in a non-technical manner.
Raising EquityFinance for Start-up and Growing Businesses (eBook)
Guy Rigby is a chartered accountant and an entrepreneur. He is a natural and driven enthusiast who built and sold his own accountancy firm, as well as pursuing other commercial interests. He has been a director and part-owner of a number of different ventures, including businesses in the IT, property, defence, manufacturing and retail sectors. In an unusually varied career, he has been the senior partner of two accountancy firms, a finance director, a sales and marketing director and an adviser and...
Corporate finance is central to almost every major decision a company takes but, because of its complexity, it is very little understood. This is a practical guide for hard-pressed CEOs andfinance directors of the UK's middle market companies. Companies in this sector, with turnovers between #5m and #100m encounter a wide range of financing issues related to growth and acquisition, debt restructuring, private andpublicequity, export expansion, risk management and improving cash flow. This handbook...