reference document 2014
... We have convened you at an Ordinary and Extraordinary General Shareholders’ Meeting pursuant to the Articles of Association and
the provisions of the French Commercial Code to report to you on the company’s activity during the year ending on 31 December 2014,
the results of this activity, as well as ...
Joint Statement of the Management Board (Vorstand) and the
... (Wertpapiererwerbs- und Übernahmegesetzes - "WpÜG") ("Offer Document") concerning the voluntary public takeover bid to the shareholders of GfK SE, a company
having its seat in Nürnberg, Germany, registered in the commercial register of the local court of Nürnberg under registration number HRB 25014, ...
Implementing the EVA Business Philosophy
... economic value added and the practical or real world concept
of EVA. We can then consider how EVA might be measured
and applied in practice in the decentralised organisation.
2.1 The theoretical construct of EVA –
the economic model
In a theoretical or economic world, product and factor
markets are ...
Form 20-F 2016 - Prudential plc
... Issuer’s Option into Non-Cumulative Dollar Denominated Preference
6.50% Perpetual Subordinated Capital Securities Exchangeable at the
New York Stock Exchange
Issuer’s Option into Non-Cumulative Dollar Denominated Preference
Securities registered or to be registered pursuant to Section ...
Form: 8-K, Received: 02/01/2007 16:17:22
... that will be issued per EOP share will not be less than .1852 nor more than .2174.
The offer would allow EOP unitholders to exchange their units for the same package of cash and Vornado common shares that would be paid
to EOP shareholders. Each unit that is not exchanged would roll over into Vornado ...
Fair Value Measurement (Topic 820)
... Measuring the fair value of financial instruments that are managed
within a portfolio. A reporting entity that holds a group of financial assets
and financial liabilities is exposed to market risks (that is, interest rate
risk, currency risk, or other price risk) and to the credit risk of each of
- Samarqand Dori
... compensations paid to their members.
17. Position about internal control is obligatory for observance by
workers of joint-stock company, members of its controls and control.
UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
... the Notice of Internet Availability or, alternatively, how to request that a copy of the proxy materials, including a proxy card, be sent
to them by mail. The Notice of Internet Availability will also provide voting instructions. In addition, shareholders may request to
receive the proxy materials i ...
Private Placements and Managerial Entrenchment
... services. Under the monitoring hypothesis (Wruck 1989), private placements are
purchased by active investors who are willing and able to monitor management, ensure
that corporate resources are used more efficiently, and increase the probability of value
increasing takeovers . Under the certification ...
The ESOP Concept: Is Your Trucking Company A
... ▫ Avoid potential loss of jobs during economic downturns - 3% of
employees with employee stock ownership were laid off during Great Recession
compared to a 12% rate for employees without employee stock ownership (National
Science Foundation & GSS/2012)
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... b. Recognize a gain (or loss) in income if the asset fair value is greater
than (less than) book value
C. Scrip dividends – issue promissory notes (called “scrip”) requiring it to pay dividends at
some future date
1. Make usual journal entries on the declaration date and date of payment
a. Some comp ...
A theory of corporate spin-offs
... improve the quality of the information managers and uninformed investors can infer from the prices of the
firm’s traded securities, therefore leading to an increase in the expected price of the firm’s equity. Nanda
and Narayanan (1999) suggest that the firm may be undervalued if the market cannot o ...
Apollo Tyres Ltd. - Annual Report 2007-2008
... are also actively venturing into new product segments Truck/Bus
Radial (TBR), re-treading and allied automotive services.
With growth comes responsibility and accountability. We have
made significant inroads in implementing quality initiatives like Six
Sigma and Manufacturing Excellence across the C ...
Communication Business International Journal of
... and intentional behavior, including formulating and expressing values and vision, to
collectivities of individuals, to organizations” (Pruzan, 2001, p. 272). The reason for a
company to work actively with corporate values and communicate them to stakeholders is not only that it has potential for bui ...
Board of Directors Company Secretary
... of the resolution u/s 198 and 309 of the Companies Act, 1956 passed by
the Members at the Annual General Meeting held on 31st July, 2006. In
addition to the commission on net profits, the Non Executive Directors are
entitled to sitting fees for each meting of the Board or Committees thereof
Participating convertible preferred stock in venture capital
... convertible preferred (CP) either hold debt-like preferred equity or have the option of converting into common equity. The literature
has documented the extensive use of convertible securities in venture capital contracting (Kaplan and Stromberg (, 2003)). While
analyzing the use of CP stock the the ...
UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
... executing a proper proxy designating that person. If you are a beneficial owner of shares, you must obtain a legal proxy from your
broker, bank or other holder of record and present it to the inspectors of election with your ballot to be able to vote at the Annual
Meeting. We encourage you to vote a ...
Predatory Pricing in Standards Wars
... prerequisites to recovery are not easy to establish.”22
The Matsushita-Brooke Group progression of Supreme Court cases validated the
emerging opinion that predatory pricing was irrational; indeed, no plaintiff has succeeded on a
predatory pricing claim after Brooke Group. To have any chance at succe ...
Simple Pricing for Information Services: Optimal Three
... The choice of pricing scheme depends on the levels of marginal costs and transaction or monitoring
costs. Intuitively, buffet pricing dominates when monitoring costs are high because it can avoid these
costs where usage-based (or metered) pricing cannot (Sundararajan, 2004; Levinson and Odlyzko, 200 ...
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION Washington, D.C.
... TRIBUNE. The contract, which covers approximately 400 journalists, promotion
employees and circulation district managers, provides for three percent annual
raises and for the reduction of 33 district managers by the year 2006, with many
leaving by 2001. Also, severance packages have been made availa ...
Word - corporate
... immediately prior to the Effective Time, other than (a) Shares beneficially owned by the Rollover Shareholders (the “Rollover
Shares”), (b) Shares owned by shareholders who have validly exercised and have not effectively withdrawn or lost their dissenters’
rights under the Companies Law (2013 Revisi ...
initial public offer of securities
... The total number of securities available for public subscription (taking account of any
clawback feature in the case of issues which involve both placement and public
subscription tranches) are to be divided equally into pools: pool A and pool B. The
securities in pool A should be allocated on an eq ...
DTE ENERGY CO (Form: DEF 14A, Received: 03/15
... meeting. For more information, please read the accompanying 2012 Proxy Statement.
This 2012 Notice of Annual Meeting, as well as the accompanying Proxy Statement and proxy card, will be first sent or given to our
shareholders on or about March 21, 2012.
For this 2012 Annual Meeting, we will take adv ...
RTF - Review of Business Taxation
... company retains taxed profits or owns ‘gain assets’ (assets valued above cost)
and the owner subsequently disposes of the company to realise a gain. The
amount of this gain will either reflect the retained profits that have already
been subject to taxation or the gain assets which, when sold, will b ...
Shareholder value is a business term, sometimes phrased as shareholder value maximization or as the shareholder value model, which implies that the ultimate measure of a company's success is the extent to which it enriches shareholders. It became popular during the 1980s, and is particularly associated with former CEO of General Electric, Jack Welch.The term used in several ways:To refer to the market capitalization of a company (rarely used)To refer to the concept that the primary goal for a company is to increase the wealth of its shareholders (owners) by paying dividends and/or causing the stock price to increaseTo refer to the more specific concept that planned actions by management and the returns to shareholders should outperform certain bench-marks such as the cost of capital concept. In essence, the idea that shareholders' money should be used to earn a higher return than they could earn themselves by investing in other assets having the same amount of risk. The term in this sense was introduced by Alfred Rappaport in 1986.