One of the primary concerns of any company is corporate finance. Whether a high power finance corporation or a corner store, the same corporate finance principles apply, although for the corner store the principles are technically known as managerial finance. Whether faced with high or low power finance, a corporation of all sizes has to be concerned with both long and short term corporate finance planning.
Fundamentals of Corporate Finance
Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, Standard Edition, is one of the premiere corporate finance books. Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, Standard Edition, is written by Stephen A. Ross of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Randolph W. Westerfield of the University of Southern California, and Bradford D. Jordan of the University of Kentucky-Lexington.
Principles of Corporate Finance
Principles of Corporate Finance and Essentials of Corporate Finance are two prominent corporate finance text books. Essentials of Corporate Finance is written by Stephen A. Ross of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Randolph W. Westerfield of the University of Southern California, and Bradford D. Jordon of the University of Kentucky, Lexington. Principles of Corporate Finance is written by Richard A. Brealey of London Business School, Stewart C. Myers of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Franklin Allen of the University of Pennsylvania.
Corporate loans are a primary focus of corporate accounting. Corporate accounting can focus on corporate loans made to the corporation, as well as corporate loans or credit extended by the company to other corporations.