Lecture 10(1) - HOW CORPORATIONS ISSUE SECURITIES...

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H OW C ORPORATIONS ISSUE S ECURITIES Particularly public equity issues
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H OUSE K EEPING The midterm exam - The average is 14.13, which is equivalent to 56.5/100 - The difference between the two streams is less than 1 mark Do not copy in your assignment. TurnItIn will pick it up and you will face some very difficult situation. It happened before. Don’t wait until last minute to submit. Every semester this happens to some people. 10% per calendar day penalty applies to all late submissions. If you are late by one second, it is considered as one day by the system. There is nothing I can do if it happens. All group members are required to ensure submission on time. Individual incident is not considered as an acceptable excuse. If it happens to you, please accept the consequence of your own action/inaction. The records are automatically processed by TurnItIn. Nobody is allowed or physically able to intervene.
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H OUSE K EEPING Assignment due 12 Oct 2015, 2pm. In order to give you the feedback as soon as possible and given the large number of students in this course, the following procedure is set up. You can pick up your assignment on 22 nd and 23 rd of October (Thursday and Friday) between 10-12pm (only) from the Finance Admin office located at Room 401 Business Building (first on your left when coming out of lift). Only ONE person from each group to come and pick up Bring your SID; otherwise you will not be allowed to collect Only during the specified time and dates; You will not be able to pick up assignment on other time. Please organize between your group members.
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T OPICS C OVERED Venture Capital The Initial Public Offering Underpricing of new issues Seasoned Issues by Public Companies Rights Issue Price response to rights issue announcements This week’s material is closely related to practice, and is lighter (finally!): Provides an introduction to some subjects that you may consider to take next semester such as M&A Gives you more time to work on your assignment
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V ENTURE C APITAL C ONT . Venture capitalists specialize in funding new ventures Success about 1 in 10 Venture funds return about 17% per year Success of a new firm is highly dependent on the effort & incentives of firm managers Venture capital providers Take a seat on the start-up board & give advice
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