Share Buyback

SHARE BUYBACK DEFINITION A share buyback is a transaction in which the company buys back its own shares from the market. It is also known as share repurchase. The …

SWOT Analysis

Definition of SWOT Analysis SWOT analysis is a method for identifying organization’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. SWOT analysis evaluates what an organization can or cannot do in terms …

Total Quality Management

Definition of Total Quality Management Total Quality Management (TQM) is also referred to as total productive maintenance. It is the approach of the management to achieve long-term success by …

Leveraged Buyout

Meaning Of Leveraged Buyout A leveraged buyout (LBO) involves the acquisition of another company using borrowed money to match the cost of acquisition. The assets of the acquiring company, …

Market Risk Premium

Meaning Of Market Risk Premium The additional return an investor receives for holding a risky market portfolio instead of risk-free assets is termed as a market risk premium. Analysts …

Acquisition

Definition Of Acquisition  Acquisition is an action in which a company buys most of another firm’s stakes and assumes control over it. In such cases, the buying company purchases …

Reverse Merger

Merger is a process in which a company combines with another company to form a single entity. There are many types of mergers; one of them is a reverse …

Diversification

Meaning of Diversification Diversification is an act of an existing entity branching out into a new business opportunity or just expanding its existing operations. This corporate strategy enables the …

Due Diligence

Meaning Of Due Diligence Due diligence is an audit or investigation conducted by the company of the potential product or investment being planned by it. Due diligence reviews all …