Equity evaluation

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  • The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: Value the divisions of public companies, evaluate the price paid for acquired companies, and test for the impairment of goodwill and the development of fair value estimates.

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  • Elusive Equity documents South Africa’s efforts to create a racially equitable state education system from the ashes of apartheid education. Edward Fiske and Helen Ladd describe and evaluate the strategies that South African policy makers have pursued in their quest for equity. They draw on previously unpublished data, interviews with key officials, and visits to dozens of schools to describe the changes made to school financing, teacher allocation, governance, curriculum, and other areas.

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  • As a child growing up in the 1960s, I always wondered what the celebrated “Roaring” 1920s were like. This was said to be a wild and crazy time that most adults remembered fondly, like a favorite uncle, and yet the end of the decade had left a bad taste in everyone’s mouth, as if that uncle had died a violent death before his time. How could such great times end so badly? The “bad” 1930s immediately following were a distant time in the past to me, and yet well within the memory of many adults I knew (excluding my parents, who, as late 1940s immigrants, did not have...

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  • Private investors may need to isolate their cash flows to debt , usually only a single mortgage, from the cash flows to equity, usually their savings. Private investors may need this information to record any shortfall between rent received and loan interest, for personal income tax measurement.

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  • To derive private cash flow, we begin by calculating overall project cash flow.The private cash flow is the cash flow on the investor’s own funds or ‘equity’.

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  • Business Angels increasingly co-invest with other angels and with early stage funds to fill the early- stage equity gap. Business Angel networks (BANs) facilitate the matching of investment demand and supply; they aim to organize and link angels, as well as to attract prospective investment targets (investees) to angels and match both parties for business contacts. Such networks come in a number of forms; some are more like investment clubs, while others are set up on a regional or national basis. Some networks concentrate on a certain industry or sector.

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  • Assurance technology: Develop a sound scientific and technological basis, including formal methods and computational frameworks, for assured design, construction, analysis, evaluation, and implementation of reliable, robust, safe, secure, stable, and certifiably dependable systems regardless of size, scale, complexity, and heterogeneity; develop software and system engineering tool capabilities to achieve application and problem domain-based assurance, and broadly embed these capabilities within the system engineering process; reduce the effort, time, and cost of assurance (“a...

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  • The class will contain a mixture of standard lectures, guest speakers, and case discussions. Topics covered will span the real estate equity and debt markets, both public and private. The bulk of the course focuses on commercial or income-producing real estate, but we will spend some time studying the housing markets. Grading will be based on five assignments that will constitute 90% of your final grade. There are four longer cases and one shorter case. Case #3 constitutes 10% of your grade. The other four cases each constitute 20% of your grade. ...

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  • Prior to this reform, saving banks could only issue preferred stock without any political rights and subject to limits on the amount of preferred stock that a person or group of people could hold. This of course limited the attractiveness of the instrument and therefore the ability to issue it in efficient, competitive conditions. Now, saving banks will have the possibility to incorporate voting rights to the preferred stock issued in proportion to the share that they represent on total equity. Stocks can be issued up to a maximum of 50% of total equity of the Saving...

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  • This volume has a simple aim: to provide researchers and analysts with a step-bystep practical guide to the measurement of a variety of aspects of health equity. Each chapter includes worked examples and computer code. We hope that these guides, and the easy-to-implement computer routines contained in them, will stimulate yet more analysis in the fi eld of health equity, especially in developing countries.

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  • Chapter 15 - Recording and evaluating capital resource process activities: Financing . In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Explain, record, and report equity financing activities for a corporation; describe, record, and report debt financing activities for a corporation.

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  • Evaluating mutual fund performance is a topic of long-standing interest in the academic literature, but few if any studies have addressed the selection of an optimal portfolio of funds. Instead of using the historical data to estimate performance measures or produce fund rank- ings, this study uses the data to explore the mutual-fund investment decision.

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  • One issue with using portfolio holdings to evaluate fund performance is that the disclosed data reveal information about the major equity positions at particular dates but do not indicate the exact purchase and sale dates. As a result, the exact holding period of securities is unknown. Furthermore, some funds may window-dress their portfolios to hide their actual investment strategy from their investors or from competing funds, as shown byMeier and Schaumburg (2004).

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  • In addition to retained earnings or profi ts, fi rms can access investment capital from a number of other sources: banks; the sharemarket; private equity; the venture capital market; and informal capital markets. Improving fi nancial development in these markets can stimulate economic growth. The Milken Institute’s Capital Access Index evaluates the ability of business to access capital across all sources. New Zealand is ranked 15th in the OECD on this index, at the OECD mean and below countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States, Denmark, and Australia.

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  • This is a good time for a review of the academic literature on evaluating portfolio performance, concentrating on professionally managed invest- ment portfolios. While the literature goes back to before the 1960s, recent years have witnessed an explosion of new methods for perfor- mance evaluation and new evidence on the subject. We think that several forces have contributed to this renaissance. The demand for research on managed portfolio performance increased as mutual funds and related investment vehicles became more important to investors in the 1980s and 1990s.

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  • The papers of Long and Merton suggested interest rates and infla- tion as risk factors, but their models did not fully specify what all the hedge portfolios should be, or how many there should be. The APT specifies the factors only in a loose statistical sense. This leaves it up to empirical research to identify the risk factors or hedge portfolios. Chen et al. (1986) empirically evaluated several likely economic factors, and Chen et al. (1987) used these in an evaluation of equity mutual funds.

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  • In this paper we critically evaluate the standard-setting inferences that can be drawn from value relevance research studies that are motivated by standard setting. Our evaluation concentrates on the theories of accounting, standard setting and valuation that underlie those inferences. Unless those underlying theories are descriptive of accounting, standard setting and valuation, the value-relevance literature’s reported associations between accounting numbers and common equity valuations have limited implications or inferences for standard setting; they are mere associations.

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  • Chapter 1 - Financial statement analysis: An introduction. This chapter describe the roles of financial reporting and financial statement analysis; describe the roles of the key financial statements (statement of financial position, statement of comprehensive income, statement of changes in equity, and statement of cash flows) in evaluating a company’s performance and financial position; describe the importance of financial statement notes and supplementary information—including disclosures of accounting policies, methods and estimates—and management’s commentary;…

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  • This chapter evaluate a company’s past financial performance and explain how a company’s strategy is reflected in past financial performance, forecast a company’s future net income and cash flow, describe the role of financial statement analysis in assessing the credit quality of a potential debt investment, describe the use of financial statement analysis in screening for potential equity investments, explain appropriate analyst adjustments to a company’s financial statements to facilitate comparison with another company.

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  • Chapter 18 demonstrate the use of a framework for the analysis of financial statements, given a particular problem, question, or purpose (e.g., valuing equity based on comparables, critiquing a credit rating, obtaining a comprehensive picture of financial leverage, evaluating the perspectives given in management’s discussion of financial results); identify financial reporting choices and biases that affect the quality and comparability of companies’ financial statements, and explain how such biases may affect financial decisions;…

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