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if any of you are interested, i have a lead on a...if any of you are interested, i have a lead on a great job in orange county. it's with a $1 bn plus revenue industrial products company that's the leader in its field. it owns 90% of the market in its product and is aggressive in terms of pursuing new growth opportunities. pay would be $100k... 7 years 7 months
to qualify this message, i'll preface by saying...to qualify this message, i'll preface by saying that i'm an ex-banker and now corp dev in f500. i've been at a bank and seen the associate hires and i've even done hiring myself for some of the 'organic' projects that my group has started for my company. in short, anyone who says that a military... 8 years 2 months
that suntrust comment is hilarious. those guys...that suntrust comment is hilarious. those guys will be lucky to get $20k. 8 years 2 months
streetbuck: Monkey_Island: it's the mimimum...[quote=streetbuck][quote=Monkey_Island]it's the mimimum return that your investors and lenders need in order to keep on giving you the capital you need to run your business. [/quote] I've always wondered this, but haven't been able to get a clear answer: In terms of the DCF, why is the WACC the... 8 years 8 months
it's the mimimum return that your investors and...it's the mimimum return that your investors and lenders need in order to keep on giving you the capital you need to run your business. think about it this way. if you walk down the street to wamu and apply for a $10,000 5-year loan with a 10% interest rate, the bank expects you to pay $1,000 in... 8 years 8 months
streetbuck: I was asked a similar question,...[quote=streetbuck]I was asked a similar question, except, the interviewer asked about the effect of current assets and cash on the WACC calculation. I said I didn't think it wouldn't have any effect, but was unsure of my answer. Anyone know what the correct answer is?[/quote] in general you'... 8 years 8 months
i realize i may have talked over your head a...i realize i may have talked over your head a little. this basic formula (yes, i know there's other stuff that needs to be in there to make it more accurate like capm, preferred stock, country risk premiums, etc., but i'm trying to give an idea as opposed to a finance lecture) should help you out... 8 years 8 months
in general, short-term debt (i.e. commercial...in general, short-term debt (i.e. commercial paper) is cheaper than long-term debt (i.e. 5-year term loan bs or bonds). the answer you gave is right in the sense that short term debt is cheaper, but wrong in the sense that it would increase your cost of capital. i realize that other posters... 8 years 8 months
for the board if they request it, but usually...for the board if they request it, but usually there are certain metrics you can eye ball i.e. if our p/e is higher than the target company p/e then we're buying "cheaper earnings" so to speak and the deal will generally always be accretive regardless of whether you offer stock or cash consideration... 8 years 8 months
being truly 'independent' would necessitate that...being truly 'independent' would necessitate that an auditor be able to come up with his own figures based on testing and the use of appropriate corporate documentation/paperwork. if management were to provide figures first, then the audit/transaction advisory team would basically have a 'target... 8 years 8 months