Sunday, January 30, 2011

Interesting Links-15 (30/01/2011)

 Corporate Finance:
1. A limited liability corporation owes the societ a duty of care, it is not a device for individual profit- Indra Nooyi, CEO, Pepsico. [Link]
Fund management:
2. Building portfolio with the stocks of the firms you consume from and hope to consume!! [Link]
3. What Isaac Newton has to say about markets?? [Link]

World Economy:
4. Post-crisis, third world economies emerged as strong bets, but feeling over heat and possibly asset bubbles; European economies are struggling with sovereign debt crises and US with job losses. Here is a opinion piece from World bank chief. [Link]


Emerging markets:

5. Personal profile of New SEBI chief. [Link]

(today i so far dwelt with Hindu Businessline............ will be updating with others as the day progresses)

2 comments:

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With little or no tangible assets Startups, have hard time being approved for a bank loan or banks are not willing to extend credit.
Traditionally banks will not consider loaning to Startups who have been in business for fewer than 3 years because of the high failure rate.
If a business does receive a bank loan, this adds another payment to the company’s expense column, which further cramps cash flow,
rather than freeing it up for growth and expansion. However, there are Invoice Factoring company, such as CBAC Funding,
handle your invoice – including the remaining balance.

ceoworld.biz said...

Bank Financing: Loans or lines of credit are fixed and require additional collateral and/or substantial documentation to increase the limit;
invoice factoring : Your ability to grow your access to cash is based upon your accounts receivable;
if you take on a large new client with good credit, the accounts receivable generated are available to meet your cash needs