An accessible guide to the essential issues of corporate finance.
While you can find numerous books focused on the topic of corporate finance, few offer the type of information managers need to help them make important decisions day in and day out. Value explores the core of corporate finance without getting bogged down in numbers and is intended to give managers an accessible guide to both the foundations and applications of corporate finance. Filled with in-depth insights from experts at McKinsey & Company, this reliable resource takes a much more qualitative approach to what the authors consider a lost art. This book:
A perfect companion to the Fifth Edition of Valuation, this book will put the various issues associated with corporate finance in perspective.
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If you have a finance background you will really enjoy the theory discussion.
If you are not a finance person, you will want to familiarize yourself with key terms during each chapter, or even before if you can skim ahead. Otherwise the jargon may go over your head as with me initially. Going through it once to find terms, dig in, and understand, then a second time to enjoy and soak in the context.
No key terms are provided unfortunately.
Audible obsessed lifelong learner.
In Value, some career McKinsey management consultants share the cornerstones they see that business use to build value for their stock holders. They include Core of Value, Conservation of Value, Expectations Treadmill, and Best Owner. The authors do this by spending time describing how the markets work by discussion the different classes of investors and how they influence the markets. They then spend the rest of the book describing how the leaders of the company drive value by building on the cornerstones.
Engineer in St Louis, Missouri, United States
This is a quality book, great content and very smart. They need to write a second book to go deeper.
This is by far the best audiobook I've listened to about how to create value and what factors affect value in different strategic contexts.
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