Category:Corporate finance

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1. Shareholder value - management - analysis.

In the context of shareholder value, corporate finance is the management and analysis of a firm's shareholder value, particularly in relation to its capital structure and funding, and in relation to any proposals for major acquisitions or disposals.

2. Supporting services.

Corporate finance can also refer to external services supporting this activity, for example banking, legal or accounting advisory and reporting services.

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