nominal share capital
maximum amount of firm's share capital the total value of all of a corporation's stock at nominal value.
Raising capital to grow a business has never been more challenging or time-consuming. While there are still many sources of finance, ranging from government and EU grants, to bank loans, private equity, angel investors, or a stock market flotation, some will be easier to come by than others
By Lauren Mills
This checklist describes how companies can raise capital by issuing shares.
Sheikh Taqi Usmani, a leading shariah scholar who specializes in Islamic finance, alleged in a speech in November 2007 that most sukuk were not shariah-compliant, as the investors expected to get the nominal value of their capital returned on maturity, avoiding exposure to market risk
By Rodney Wilson
An individual’s human capital cannot, in a legal sense, be owned by a corporation; the term thus refers not only to individual talent but also to the collective skills and aptitudes of a workforce. Indeed, one challenge faced by executives is how to manage the talent of truly outstanding members of their staff: how to use it to the utmost without becoming overdependent on a few star performers, or how to encourage stars to share their skills with others
By Thomas A. Stewart
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