Corporate Finance

Dividends: Everything to Know

    Dividends: Everything to Know
  What is a Dividend?  Dividends are payments made by a corporation to its respective shareholders. Dividends represent a portion of the corporate profits that are paid out quarterly or
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Guide to Dividend Yields

What is a Dividend Yield?  The dividend yield, regarding a company stock, refers to the company’s annual dividend payments, divided by the company’s market cap. In other words, the dividend
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Everything to Know about the CFA

What is a CFA?A CFA, or chartered financial analyst, is a finance and investment professional, who has obtained a license to signify their mastery in the fields of investment management
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CFA Institute

What is the CFA Institute?  The CFA institute is a global not for profit association of investment professionals that is responsible for administering—and subsequently awarding upon completion--the chartered financial analyst
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Guide to the CFA Exam

What is the CFA? The CFA (or Charter Financial Analyst) is a designation given to professionals in the field of
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Cash Flow

For businesses, cash flow is an important determining factor for purchasing decisions, financing and assessments of the long term sustainability
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What to Know about Investment Banking

What is an Investment Bank?An investment bank is a financial institution that assists corporations, small businesses, individuals and government agencies
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Cash Conversion Cycle

  What is the Cash Conversion Cycle? The cash conversion cycle is a resource used in management accounting to measure
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Understanding Net Present Value

What is Net Present Value? In finance, the net present value time series of cash flows, both incoming and outgoing
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Net Present Value Calculator

What does Net Present Value mean? The net present value is a financial calculation that, in essence, elaborates a company's cash flows. The Net Present Value will take an entity's
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