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Strategic management issues of intermediated finance
the risk that a corporation will not have sufficient capital to expand the business and maintain the desired debt to equity ratio
a risk generated by fraud, failure of internal systems or staff error e.g. internal and external fraud, employment practices and workplace safety, clients, products and business practices
When borrowers and lenders are matched through financial intermediaries
Markets in which funds are transferred from people with a surplus (savers) to people who have a shortage (borrowers)
Claim on future income or assets of the issuer. Either debt or equity
Accounts receivable, what others owe to you
Accounts payable, what you owe to others
# of years until a debt instrument expries
Cost of borrowing funds
Claim to a share in net income and assets of a business
Share of an ownership in a corporation
Periodic payments made off of equities to owners of that equity. Considered long-term securities since they have no maturity date
financial market where issues of a security are sold to initial buyers by the borrower
New securities (usually debt) are directly sold to financial institutions (e.g. life insurance companies and pension funds) bypassing the open market
Financial market where securities have been previously issued are resold
Examples of secondary markets
NYSE, AMEX, and NASDAQ
Match buyers of securities w/ sellers. Don't maintain inventories in these assets and locate buyer/seller to complete transactions ordered by another party. Profit is made off commission they charge to the buyer/seller/both
Maintain/sell out inventories instead of always have to locate a seller to match to buy and vice versa. Don't make commission, make bid-ask spread
Most equities are traded in _______
financial markets where only short-term debt instruments (having original maturity of less than 1 year) are traded.
These are financial markets where longer-term debt instruments
Are money or capital markets more liquid?
Capital. These are used more by corporations and banks that
Currency deposited outside banks in the home country
Only equity in capital market
These are loans to buy real assets where the asset being purchased is
Federal, State, & Local Government Bonds
Similar to corporate bonds. These are sold at auctions and have maturities of between 10 and 30 years.
These are loans made by commercial banks to households
These are loans made by commercial banks to firms.
Bonds sold in a foreign country and denominated in that country's currency
Bonds denominated in a currency other than that of the country where it's being sold
These acquire funds by periodic contributions from employers or