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Corporate Finance in Commercial Real Estate
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This 10 page paper provides an overview of financial considerations in respect to the commercial real estate market. Valuation is discussed in depth and many issues are broached such as finding an appropriate site and securing adequate financing. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: SA148fin.rtf

Corporate Financing - The Ultimate Catch 22?
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Corporate Financing – The Ultimate Catch 22?: This 5-page essay is an overview of the financial problems currently facing publicly trading U.S. corporations. Confronted with non-compliance to regulations relevant to the NYSE and the SEC, many public companies are doomed to be de-listed if they cannot procure the necessary cash infusion. Herein lies the rub: it takes money to make money -- or even to borrow it – that’s the catch. Bibliography lists 3 sources. SNCorpor.doc
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Corporate Governance Among Indian Banks
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A 13 page paper assessing governance at 2 private and 2 state-owned banks in India. Businesses within the same industry operate by standard means in many respects, but each is different in its management, goals for the future and perspective on the value of customers. The process of assessing governance at four Indian banks reveals immense differences in these factors. The banks examined here are ICICI Bank Ltd., HDFC Bank Ltd., State Bank of India and Global Trust Bank. The focus is on financial performance for two years prior to and two years after significant capital inflow. In the case of ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank, these points were when they became the first and second Indian banks to be traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Includes 2 figures and 5 tables. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
Filename: KSbankIndCorpGov.rtf

Corporate Governance Conference December 2000
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A 14 page paper discussing issues raised at a conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in December 2000. The keynote speaker was Arthur Levitt, chairman of the SEC, and much of the attention of the conference was trained on the need for independence among auditors and Boards of Directors. Frank Borelli reported on the new reporting and independence rules of the SEC, that are not 'suggestions,' but rather are requirements for accurate reporting of financial results, disclosure and transparency. Bibliography lists 18 sources.
Filename: KScorpGovCon.wps

Corporate Governance Survey Questions
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A 6 page paper offering several questions and rationale for them. The questions are to constitute a more involved survey of senior financial managers, a companion to a 21-item survey including questions requiring only short answers and rating on a Likert-type scale. Those questions are contained in KSacctCorpGov2.rtf, which also provides the literature and proposed method for a study of how changes in financial reporting standards affect corporate governance and senior financial managers’ behavior and perceptions. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: KSacctCorpGvSur.rtf

Corporate Income Taxation
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A 3 page paper discussing the relative merits of corporate income taxation, both in its current form in the US and as it would be were the US to adopt a value-added tax (VAT) approach. The VAT is not compatible with other tax structures, and depending on the output of the specific organization, it ultimately rests with those least able to pay it when the corporation raises prices to pay its taxes. This is true regardless of tax structure, and it is a point that legislators must bear in mind when searching for additional funds for pubic services. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KStaxCorp.rtf

Corporate Wealth Maximization
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A 5 page paper discussing the concentration on wealth, rather than profit, maximization. The typical approach of most businesses is to generate the highest levels of profit possible, both for increasing their own profitability and their shareholders' equity. In recent years, however, some companies have begun holding onto more and more of the profits they do generate, choosing to reinvest in the company rather than to pay full dividends to their shareholders. Private companies gain even more benefit by positioning themselves to better withstand economic fluctuations. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Corpcash.wps

Corporation Tax and Europe
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This 12 page paper considers corporation tax within European countries and the likelihood of corporation tax harmonisation in the union. Starting with a brief background it goes on to examine corporation tax in the United Kingdom and in Europe, concentrating on Germany as a dominant member if the European Union then considering the advantages and disadvantages of the existing systems, concluding that harmonisation may not be suitable for the United Kingdom. The bibliography cites 10 sources.
Filename: TEeurtax.wps

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