Consult more than 14446 documents with no limitation. Our subscription options

Theme : Shareholder

Our documents

Filtrer par :

15 Feb 2013

Creating and measuring shareholder value in British corporations

Case study - 15 pages - Business strategy

The shareholder value in business industry is the most commonly used term in present age. The wildfire of equity culture is quickly spreading from United States to the whole world business industry and it has been grasped as critical today as it was in the last few decades. In United...

29 Sep 2010

Mergers & Acquisitions and value creation for the shareholders

Dissertation - 34 pages - Finance

2008 was hit by one of the worst financial crisis in history and also by the record number of cancelled Mergers & Acquisitions. According to Dealogic, the financial data provider, the whole value of the transactions for 2008 comes to 3.280 billions of dollars which represents a decrease of 29%...

14 Apr 2009

Compensation structures for the better alignment of management and shareholder interests

Thesis - 13 pages - Business strategy

In recent years there has been much controversy surrounding the supposed ‘high' levels of executive compensation in large publicly traded firms. CEO pay packages, measured as multiples of average non-corporate worker pay, reached a peak of 525 times in 2000. Pay packages have also grown far...

14 Aug 2009

PepsiCo 2007: Strategies to increase shareholder value

Presentation - 15 pages - Management

This presentation takes a look at the history of Pepsico. It covers some of the key points in the evolution of Pepsico as a company. It will cover points like fast food acquisitions and Quaker Oats acquisition. It will also cover points like the strategy, revenue contributions, competition in...

14 Jul 2009

Micro shareholders: The alternative for young entrepreneurs

Thesis - 6 pages - Business strategy

More than ever, in today's highly competitive marketplace, combined with stringent bank lending requirements, it is next to impossible for a young, aspiring entrepreneur, to obtain funding for his or her business venture, especially as related to building projects. The report will detail how...

16 Jan 2009

The effectiveness of legal restrictions on distributions to shareholders in achieving "Creditor Protection"

Essay - 2 pages - Finance

In this essay, I will critically evaluate the effectiveness of legal restrictions on distributions to shareholders in achieving “creditor protection”. It consists of showing the good and the bad points of these restrictions. Firstly, I will define the terms used previously. Then,...

21 Dec 2021

Financial performance measure alone as opposed to an approach which encompasses both financial and nonfinancial measures

Essay - 3 pages - Finance

Bacidore et al (2019) state that "An appropriate performance measure gauges how management strategy affects shareholder value". Shareholders, as well as stakeholders, plays an essential role in the management of an organization. The evaluation of a potential strategy to apply with...

04 Apr 2022

Porter's diamond 5 forces : Stellantis, an automotive company

Case study - 5 pages - Automotive marketing

Stellantis is an automotive company founded very recently, on January 16, 2021. It is the result of the merger of car manufacturers FCA and PSA. It is, therefore, a global manufacturer that brings together more than ten brands (Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Opel, RAM, Citroën, Abarth, DS Auto, Peugeot,...

29 Mar 2022

SWOT Analysis - Vodacom

Case study - 5 pages - ICT marketing

Vodacom is a company that originated in South Africa in 1993, founded by Alan Knott-Craig Senior, who later handed the reins over to his son, Alan Knott-Craig Junior. The company has become the leading purpose-led African provider of financial and digital services, and connectivity, offering a...

13 Aug 2022

Economic and Financial Management - Jaguar Land Rover

Case study - 9 pages - Finance

This report entails an analysis of Jaguar Land Rover's financial statement. This report explores the firm's financial performance regarding the different financial ratios, including liquidity, profitability, leverage and net profit margin. A comparative analysis of the firm's financial ratios for...

28 Jul 2015

Estimation of the cost of equity capital using Gordon's dividend discount model

Case study - 5 pages - Economy general

Mishkin and Eakins, (2006) defines expected rate of return on equity as “the amount of net income returned as a percentage of shareholders' equity.” The return on equity is used to estimate the profitability of a company by establishing the amount of income generated using...

08 Jan 2022

Company performance: different assessment approaches

Dissertation - 9 pages - Management

In the current context, it has become essential for companies to become more proficient at standing out from the competition and, therefore, be more competitive by seeking more performance. The objective is to achieve the goals set during the development of the marketing strategy and to manage to...

12 Mar 2015

ABC COAL - Talent Management Plan

Case study - 5 pages - Management

Strategic issues are critical challenges that affect the general performance of an organization. In connection to this, strategic planning is concerned with determining the future of an organization, achieving the set goals and working towards them. ABC Coal is one of the biggest companies in our...

22 Aug 2022

Financial Market and Sustainable / Green Finance

Dissertation - 18 pages - Finance

In April 2022, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a report focusing on the mitigation of climate change. The experts underline the emergency of a new way of life in order to limit global warming to 1,5°C. To respect the agreement taken during the COP 21, the IPCC proposes...

29 Mar 2016

Customer value creation: The case of Beats Electronics

Case study - 3 pages - Business strategy

Value creation is one of the core aspects of any firm as it is linked to shareholder value. It is important to care about the manner in which customers place value in the brand. Customer perceptions of value are often unclear which creates a wide opportunity for companies to tap into. This...

09 May 2009

Baoshan Iron & Steel Co Ltd: Crafting a three-way cross-border, cross-shareholding alliance

Thesis - 3 pages - Business strategy

Baosteel is the most modern and profitable steel maker in China. The Chinese giant is, however, in a critical situation: From one side, Baosteel is facing a need for capital to achieve its projects. From the other, the Chinese market became more attractive since China's entry to WTO because China...

13 May 2014

Criminal liability of corporations: A counter-productive policy?

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

Criminal liability is one of the central aspects of a democratic system, assuring that wrongdoers will be punished for acts committed against the society as a whole. Criminal law has an important role to play in regulating the behavior of individuals, ensuring they abide by criminal law and are...

16 Feb 2011

Study of the LVMH group

Case study - 21 pages - Finance

LVMH group, founded in 1987 by the merger of Moet Hennessy and Louis Vuitton is the world leader in luxury, with a unique portfolio of over fifty brands. There are more than 60,000 employees, nearly 1700 stores across the world, a turnover of 910 million euros in 2005. It is partly for these...

15 Jan 2009

Political governance and corporate governance

Essay - 15 pages - Management

The 20th century was viewed as the age of management; the early 21st century is predicted to be more focused on governance. There is a distinction between politics and governance, where the former is regarded as cooperation between people with different points of view in order to improve the...

19 Mar 2009

A study of primary markets in India

Dissertation - 44 pages - Finance

The financial assets comprises of banking Accounts, pension funds, Provident fund, Mutual fund, shares, debentures and other securities. A capital market deals in financial assets, excluding coin & Currency. Capital market is a medium for mobilizing the finance out of the savings of the community...

11 Jul 2006

Mergers and Acquisitions: reasons and consequences at the international market

Dissertation - 40 pages - Finance

The paper deals with the issue of mergers and acquisitions on the western market, viewing the topic from the standpoint of their failure and success. The subject is an extremely important one at present, as, on the one side, there is a trend towards major international mergers and acquisitions...

07 Oct 2008

A look at corporate taxation

Essay - 4 pages - Finance

As any business withdraws and employs reduction of all or parts of its assets to cash or cash equivalents to its shareholders, the last step that is usually undertaken is the complete liquidation of the corporation and this denotes the end of the corporation's life as well as the...

14 May 2009

Is it time to move away from the UK/American pattern of ownership shares in companies?

Thesis - 5 pages - Management

United Kingdom and USA have a system where private shareholders have ownership of their companies. Lots of companies in these countries are quoted in stock market. The way they can finance their companies is by opening their capital to private investors. As USA has a great influence in the...

27 Feb 2012

Analysis of LVMH

Thesis - 10 pages - Management

The LVMH (Moet Hennessy Luis Vuitton SA) luxury brand has the following shareholder capital structure described in Figure 1-1 below. The main shareholders are the Group Arnault with 47% shares in personal property. 28% of the shares are held by foreign institutional investors and...

16 Jan 2013

Carrefour group: Case study

Case study - 6 pages - Business strategy

According to “Carrefour” financial reports “Carrefour” particularly relies on both “Borrowing” and “Shareholder's equity” at approximately the same level. If we look closer at the charts we can notice that: -In 2007 shareholder's equity was...

16 Jan 2009

Pirelli vs Continental

Case study - 6 pages - Business strategy

Around 1990, due to a substantial number of tyre manufacturers on the market, Pirelli SpA though of taking over the German tyres company named Continental AG. And after a long merger attempt which lasted more than two years, it finally ended with the sale of the Continental shares, owned by...

29 Sep 2010

Business ethics Moral issues facing a company involved in the fast food industry

Essay - 5 pages - Management

Contrary to Friedman's theory which claims that corporations only aim at increasing profits and shareholders revenues, companies have moral responsibilities. Indeed, shareholders are not alone in a firm and have to compromise with the interests of the other stakeholders....

29 Sep 2010

The stakeholders

Worksheets - 10 pages - Management

In 1916, the car manufacturer Ford made enormous productivity gains. It decided not to give the shareholders with profits enormous dividends, but chose to increase the wages of employees, and to decrease the price of its cars in order to develop its market. Three years later, the supreme...

16 Feb 2011

L'Oreal Group: Economic and Financial analysis

Case study - 55 pages - Finance

The L'Oreal group, created in 1909 as a small family business, has grown exceedingly since its IPO (initial public offering) on October 8, 1963. Held by the Bettencourt family (27.5%) and Nestle (26.4%), the Group is now a part of the CAC 40. World leader in cosmetics, L'Oreal has a...

16 Feb 2011

Impact of standards of IAS/IFRS in the financial communication

Essay - 13 pages - Finance

The advent of international accounting standards of IAS / IFRS as a reference system leads to a revolution in the world of business and communication thereof. International standards have a privilege over the economic approach to business, and are not historical as is often the case in French...