Welcome to the Chair of Corporate Finance

Dr. Andrej Gill

 

Corporate Finance studies the way businesses (should) make their financial decisions. It covers the investment choices, assessment of the right mix of debt and equity to finance the firm’s operations and the decision of when and how to return cash to the owners of the business. Along the way, firms may contemplate acquiring another business, be the target of an acquisition, list or de-list securities on capital markets etc.  Corporate Finance is about how to deal with these decisions in order to create a maximum value for the owners of the business – be they the manager-owners of a small handicraft business or the shareholders of a large conglomerate whose business operations stretch over several countries.

Since Corporate Finance is primarily concerned with optimal decision making, the shaping of incentives for those who manage the business plays a major role. Applying microeconomic tools to create a beneficial corporate governance structure for a business is hence an essential part of the Chair’s work both in teaching and research as well as in advisory activity.

 

Publiziert am: 19. September 2013. Abgelegt unter Allgemein

News

  • On December the 12th we will host Axel Haus, DB, for a guest lecture in room HS 16 from 6pm onwards.
  • Change of lecture room: The lecture (Corporate Finance Bachelor) on the 12th of December will take place in room HS 16!
  • Please note the upcoming strategy workshop of BCG BCG-Workshop
  • Please note the upcoming Student Conference on Hedge Funds and Private Equity Funds LSE-AIC-Flyer
Publiziert am: 9. Januar 2014. Abgelegt unter Allgemein