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Main difference between interest and dividend payments?

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What are second market transactions?

Why are they important for corporations? (3)

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What does the WACC mean?

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Corporate Finance

Main difference between interest and dividend payments?

Interest - before taxes (tax shield)

Dividends - after taxes

Corporate Finance

What are second market transactions?

Why are they important for corporations? (3)

Transactions on the secondary market are the way to purchase and sell already issued shares by the company among investors.


They are important for corporations because it estimates the market value of the company and it is attractive for investors because they might want to sell their shares at some point.

Also, being attractive to investors bring the benefit of higher competition for the coporations shares and therefore lower financing costs.

Corporate Finance

What are the two major financial decisions made by financial managers?

Investment decisions and financing decisions

Corporate Finance

What is an example for a company with high standard deviation and low beta?

Gold Mining companies. High volatility in earnings but low influence of the market risk

Corporate Finance

What does the WACC mean?

If a firm earns the weighted average cost of capital, all investors get their minimum required return.

Corporate Finance

What are callable bonds?

A callable bond is a debt security that can be redeemed early by the issuer before its maturity at the issuer's discretion at a certain price.

Corporate Finance

What is an exchange traded fund?

A fund that is tracking an index. Makes it possible for investors to benefit from general market developments.

Corporate Finance

What does reinvestment mean?

If earnings do not get paid out, they become retained earnings and can be used for further investments (reinvestment)

Corporate Finance

Example for high beta?

Steel companies:


Outperform in market growth

underperform in depression

Corporate Finance

What are the three basic ways for a corporation to raise money?

Retain earning


Issue of debt


issue of common stock

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Treasury stock

Repurchased shares (issued but not outstanding)

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What should be the key target of a firms management?

Maximize shareholder wealth

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