extra payment arising from capital gain a bonus payment by an insurance company that is produced by capital gain
Entrepreneurs and SME managers face two key choices when financing their ventures: debt or equity. Debt in the form of personal loans (including credit cards) and bank loans, key sources for most nascent ventures, gives efficient incentives for managers to exert effort and allow entrepreneurs to maintain control. The availability and utility of debt vary significantly with economic conditions, which, in turn, will have an impact on the supply and cost of capital
By Alain Fayolle, Joseph LiPuma
company that enjoys a trust bonus from banks and investors when capital needs to be increased or an issue floated to ensure continued growth. Or a company whose advice is sought by politicians during essential legislation processes because they trust its integrity, expertise, experience, and technical
By Joachim Klewes, Robert Wreschniok
These ideas have gained currency over the last 20 years. Even though the economic storm now raging across the globe challenges some of this received wisdom, the ideas remain consistent with the prevailing concepts of market capitalism.
By Shaun Tyson
There is a great deal that the insurance sector has to come to terms with as it addresses the implications of Solvency II. There are broad general questions such as: What does it all mean? How will it be achieved and its requirements met? How much will it cost both from a capital and a monetary
By Andy Davies
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