Practical ways of determining capital structures have always been mysterious and riddled with risks and uncertainties. Dynamic paradigm shifts and the multi-dimensional operations of firms further complicate the situation. Financial leaders are under constant pressure to outdo their competitors, but how to do so is not always clear. Capital Structure Decisions offers an introduction to corporate finance, and provides valuable insights into the decision-making processes that face the CEOs and CFOs of organizations in dynamic multi-objective environments.
Exploring the various models and techniques used to understand the capital structure of an organization, as well as the products and means available for financing these structures, the book covers how to develop a goal programming model to enable organization leaders to make better capital structure decisions. Incorporating international case studies to explain various financial models and to illustrate ways that capital structure choices determine their success, Capital Structure Decisions looks at existing models and the development of a new goal-programming model for capital structures that is capable of handling multiple objectives, with an emphasis throughout on mitigating risk.
- Helps financial leaders understand corporate finance and the decision-making processes involved in understanding and developing capital structure
- Includes case studies from around the world that explain key financial models
- Emphasizes ways to minimize risk when it comes to working with capital structures
There are a number of criteria that financial leaders need to consider before making any major capital investment decision. Capital Structure Decisions analyzes the various risk management and corporate governance issues to be considered by any diligent CEO/CFO before approving a project.
Keywords: Institutional & Corporate Finance, Yamini Agarwal, risk management, risk management capital structure, financial risk management, capital structure decisions, financial models, capital structure models, corporate finance, corporate finance for CFOs, goal-programming model, multi- objective environment, Indian Institute of Finance, corporate governance