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Unformatted text preview: ts. Financing with Convertibles
Using convertible securities to raise long-term funds can help the firm achieve its
cost-of-capital and capital structure goals. There also are a number of more specific motives and considerations involved in evaluating convertible financing. 10. For excellent discussions and demonstrations of the two methods of reporting EPS, see Donald A. Kieso, Jerry J.
Weygandt, and Terry Warfield, Intermediate Accounting, 10th ed. (New York: John Wiley, 2001), pp. 147–149,
893–897. 686 PART 6 Special Topics in Managerial Finance Motives for Convertible Financing Hint Convertible securities
are advantageous to both the
issuer and the holder. The
issuer does not have to give up
immediate control as it would
have to if it were issuing
common stock. The holder of a
convertible security has the
possibility of a future
speculative gain. Convertibles can be used for a variety of reasons. One popular motive is their use
as a form of deferred common stock financing. When a convertible security is
issued, both issuer and purchaser expect the security to be converted into common stock at some future point...
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