CORPORATE FINANCE GUIDE
Corporate finance is a branch of finance that deals with the financial management of corporations or businesses. It involves a range of financial activities, including:
The goal of corporate finance is to maximize shareholder value by making strategic financial decisions that increase the company’s profitability and long-term sustainability.
Corporate finance also includes managing the company’s capital structure. This involves determining the mix of debt and equity financing that is most appropriate for the company’s operations and financial goals.
Mckinsey guide to Corporate Finance
The National Audit Office guide to Corporate Finance in the Public Sector-finance-in-the-public-sector/
SELECTING A CORPORATE FINANCE LENDER
THE ROLE OF THE TREASURER IN A UK PUBLIC COMPANY