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  • Chapter 5 - Corporations issuing equity in the share market. In this chapter, you will learn: Examine issues relevant to the choice between debt and equity funding, outline ASX floatation and listing rules, describe the equity-funding alternatives available to newly listed and established corporations, distinguish between equity and quasi-equity securities.

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  • Chapter 5 - Corporations issuing equity in the share market. In this chapter, you will learn: Understand capital budgeting issues, examine issues relevant to the choice between debt and equity funding, outline the flotation and listing (IPO) process and equity-funding alternatives available to newly listed corporations,...

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  • Prepare journal entries to record each of the following independent stock issue situations. a) Max Graphics Corporation issued 500,000 shares of $0.50 par value common stock. The issue price was $18 per share. b) Aztec Corporation issued 35,000 shares of no par common stock for $25 per share. c) Pyramid Play issued 60,000 shares of $50 par value preferred stock. The issue price was $76 per share. d) Paradise Land Management issued 15,000 shares of $1 par value common stock for land with a fair value of $250,000....

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  • CHAPTER SEVENTEEN DOES DEBT POLICY MATTER? When the firm is financed entirely by common stock, all those cash flows belong to the stockholders. When it issues both debt and equity securities, it undertakes to split up the cash flows into two streams, a relatively safe stream that goes to the debtholders

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  • The relevant sub-funds will therefore only invest up to 10% of their net asset value directly in Russian equity securities (except if they are listed on the MICEX - RTS Exchange in Russia and any other regulated markets in Russia which would further be recognised as such by the Luxembourg supervisory authority) while the sub-funds will invest in American, European and Global Depositary Receipts, respectively ADRs, EDRs or GDRs, where underlying securities are issued by companies domiciled in the Russian Federation and then trade on a Regulated Market outside Russia, mainly in the USA or...

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  • Government bond turnover fell away from a peak in 2003 but has since recovered and is currently rising on a strong but volatile trend. Turnover of repurchase agreements (repo) continues to increase as more borrowers use them as a financing tool and is now considerably larger than government bond market turnover by investors (Figure 7). Illustrating the relative illiquidity of the government bond market is the low level of traded bonds—in the 12 months to July 2007 only 22 of the 95 bonds traded on more than 100 days and only 8 traded on more than 200 days. (Table 3)....

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  • Agency securities. Agency securities are the obligations of federal gov- ernment agencies or government-sponsored enterprises. Generally, agency debt offers a slight yield premium over T-bills. Turn back to Chapter 6 for more on agency securities. Commercial paper. Commercial paper, or CP, is issued by corporations (including banks) to finance short-term cash needs. While smaller corpo- rations usually depend on bank loans for this type of funding, larger cor- porations with good credit ratings can access the CP market and often do so.

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  • The similarity in sign and significance of the estimated coefficients for banks’ leverage to the standard corporate finance regression suggests that a pure regulatory view does not apply to banks’ capital structure. But can the results be explained by banks holding buffers of discretionary capital in order to avoid violating regulatory thresholds? Recall from Table IV that banks with higher market-to-book ratios, higher profits and that pay dividends should hold less discretionary capital since they can be expected to face lower costs of issuing equity.

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  • Our paper extends the literature on the relation between corporate governance and earnings management in two ways. First, unlike earnings management, which most firms might engage in routinely to varying degrees, a misstatement of earnings is a rare and serious event in the life of a company. As Zoe-Vonna Palmrose and Susan Scholz point out, a restatement can trigger an SEC investigation, lead to replacement of top executives, and result in the firm being significantly penalized by investors.7 Many restating firms subsequently end up in bankruptcy.

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  • It has often proven valuable to have the proposed audit task plan reviewed by an experienced auditor who is outside the audit team. Such reviews may raise issues that were not considered by the originator of the plan and that suggest the need to modify the plan in material ways. In an “audit office” with a hierarchical structure, such a review is typically required by office policy and is usually carried out in two stages by supervisory levels above that of audit team leader. In a more decentralised SAI, such as some “courts...

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  • Recently, much academic and regulatory interest has been concentrated on the problem of high-yield, junk bond default. Arguably, corporate bonds have defaulted for many reasons, including factors specific to the individual issuing firm, variables corresponding to the industry in which it operates, and macroeconomic forces affecting the business cycle. Individual factors include the firm's leverage, industry type, agency problem, riskiness of the investment decisions, managerial integrity, efficiency and investment savvy together with institutional operating costs.

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  • After completing this chapter you should be able to: Discuss the characteristics of the corporate form of organization, identify the key components of stockholders’ equity, explain the accounting procedures for issuing shares of stock, describe the accounting for treasury stock...and other contents.

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  • Based on a SEBI-NCAER survey which found 80 per cent of equity investor households to be first generation investors and majority of equity-owning households having an inadequate diversification of portfolio – only about 5 per cent invested in more than 5 companies, the National Stock Exchange (NSE) concluded that the households lacked “experience of stock market operations”.

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  • Bonds are considered high yield (or junk) based on the credit ratings they receive from the two major US rating agencies, Moody's and Standard & Poor's. Any bond rated below Baa3 by Moody's or BBB- by S&P is included in the high yield universe. High yield bonds are classified in two ways, as "fallen angels", which are former investment grade bonds that have declined in ratings, and as new issue high yield bonds, which are issued generally by young, growing companies in recapitalizations. The growth of the market has been exceptional.

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  • Chapter - Equity. After completing this chapter you should be able to: Discuss the characteristics of the corporate form of organization, identify the key components of stockholders’ equity, explain the accounting procedures for issuing shares of stock, describe the accounting for treasury stock...and other contents.

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  • Chapter 15 - Stockholders’ equity. After completing this chapter you should be able to: Discuss the characteristics of the corporate form of organization, identify the key components of stockholders’ equity, explain the accounting procedures for issuing shares of stock, describe the accounting for treasury stock...and other contents.

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  • Chapter 13 - Stockholders’ equity. After completing this chapter you should be able to: Discuss the characteristics of the corporate form of organization, identify the key components of stockholders’ equity, explain the accounting procedures for issuing shares of stock, describe the accounting for treasury stock...and other contents.

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  • Chapter 15 - Stockholders’ equity. After completing this chapter you should be able to: Discuss the characteristics of the corporate form of organization, identify the key components of stockholders’ equity, explain the accounting procedures for issuing shares of stock, describe the accounting for treasury stock.

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