The tricks of the corporate finance capital is the fuel of any company. What so obvious as to pump up the money in the Bank\”? But just now amid the crisis hardly. Under most conditions here would agree. More information, more collateral credit not there but still. But also beyond classical grants and loans, there are fresh fundraising opportunities. The measures range from financing to raising money ala Schalke 04. What forms of financing but when make sense? How to prevent the typisichen financing of errors? With a profound insight into the bag of tricks of corporate financing, the authors show which financing elements are even small and medium-sized companies available. \”Bank credit goodbye the best financing alternatives\” is published in March in the BusinessVillage Verlag. (ISBN 978-3938358-52-8) capital \”is the fuel of each company, regardless of size and situation, it is founding, growth or crisis.
Basel II and banking crisis are only two key words that classical funding through the familiar Bank will increasingly difficult. For the entrepreneurs of today, it is imperative to think about alternative sources of capital and means of financing. But how independent bank capital? And what financing alternatives come into question? The authors introduce the reader practical in the new thinking for the capital. Innovative sources of funding such as venture capital, business angels, mezzanine, forfaiting are detailed and illuminated Asset Backes securities (ABS). But also employee participation, temporary communities and funding find their space. Are answered all relevant questions and the advantages and disadvantages of financing forms represented.
With its valuable and rich information aimed this book to all funding decision makers, such as entrepreneurs, managers and founders who want to create a modern and balanced funding structure. ce. Also students easily find one in this work understand and practice-oriented access to this area. A variety of practical tips, checklists and examples help the reader to find the optimal financial instrument.