One of the types of projects that require financing in the business world is the question of acquisition or merger of one company by another. During the Due Diligence process there are, of course, many types of questions and/or points that must be adequately addressed and one of those issues that we would like to … More To Merge or Acquire? Part I of Our Mergers and Acquisition Series
We discussed the concept of economic value added or the value above the return expected by investors in a previous article. This article address another measure of shareholder value, which is market value added (MVA). Market Value Added is determined by assessing the difference between market value of the company to that of the amount … More Defnining Market Value Added
According to corporate finance, the concept of Economic Value Added (also known by the acronym of EVA™) is the estimate of a firm’s economic profit. In other words, it is the value above the return expected by investors. The return expected by investors is commonly referred to as cost of capital, which is the combination … More What is Economic Value Added?
The term “bootstrapping” is used to describe when a firm or start-up business determines to use internal resources rather than seek the assistance of external investments. This can not only develop the company internal cash flow but also work to keep expenses at a minimum. Bootstrapping can be addressed in a variety of ways. The … More The Business of Bootstrapping