Corporate Finance
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The definition of “corporate finance” describes activities, decisions and techniques that deal with many aspects of a company’s finances and capital. It tends to be associated with transactions in which capital is raised in order to create, develop, grow or acquire businesses.

It is often associated with some degree of change of ownership in a business, connected to a corporate transaction that leads to the creation of a new equity structure or shareholder base, and the related issue, underwriting, purchase or exchange of equity or debt.

Types of transactions include:

  • Raising seed, start-up, development or expansion capital
  • Mergers, demergers, acquisitions or the sale of private companies
  • Management buy-out, buy-in or similar of companies, divisions or subsidiaries - typically backed by private equity
  • Equity issues by companies.
  • Raising capital via the issue of other forms of equity and debt for the refinancing and restructuring of businesses
  • Financing joint ventures, project finance, infrastructure finance.
  • Raising debt and restructuring debt.

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