Equity Research in Organizations Research Paper by Master Researcher

Equity Research in Organizations
An in-depth examination of equity financial valuations in organizations.
# 35797 | 4,900 words | 11 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 20, 2003 in Business (Finance, Investment and Banking) , Economics (General)

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This paper provides a comprehensive view of the equity financial valuation of organizations and the concept of their basis. The paper explains equity valuation concerns, issues of warrants and options and how to avoid problems in equity valuations. The paper uses IBM as a case study and provides a financial summary of the company.

Equity Payments
Financial Valuation
Equity Valuation Concerns
Issues of Warrants and Options
Identifying the Date of Issue
Avoiding Problems in Equity Valuations
Carry Out Regular Valuations
Analyze the Feasibility of the Exchange
Control the Value of the Equity Issue
Determine the Accounting Procedure for Issues
Technology Companies
Special Issues
A Case Study: IBM
Financial Summary of IBM

From the Paper:

"The environments for companies that are giving out their equity to the key strategic partners are facing an ever-changing scenario; companies have been giving out equity for a long time in exchange for services or products that they receive. This equity is given out in the form of warrants to the strategic business partners of the concerned business.
"This means of payment has been becoming increasingly popular due to two reasons, the companies that give out their equities do so because they want to save their cash and the companies that accept the equity as payment for the services or products that they have provided do so because they want to profit from the growth potential of the issuing companies. It is often seen that when large, influential conglomerates do business with relatively smaller companies, they use their business leverage to be paid in equities.
"In recent periods, companies have also started to issue their equity for more routine business transactions like rent payments, consultant fees, telecommunicating services, legal, advertising and public relations fees. This has resulted in a significant change in the way these companies report their financial situations."

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