Chapter 10

Forms and Techniques for Financing

In order to achieve the goal of value creation, the management of financial resources is extremely important. Management equilibrium requires the use and collection of financial resources to be characterized in such a way that the value creation goal is pursued. The investment structure—which is representative of how money is invested (i.e., in the short term or in fixed assets)—and the financing structure—which is representative of how money is raised (i.e., through debt or equity)—have to be aligned, adhering to at least three conditions.

Keywords

Equity market; debt market; financial structure

10.1 Markets and Financial Needs Coverage

In order to achieve the goal of value creation, the management of ...

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