Introduction to Corporate Finance, Abridged Edition (with by William L Megginson, Scott B. Smart

By William L Megginson, Scott B. Smart

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Banks also act as the backbone of a nation’s payments system by: • Collecting payment on checks sent to their corporate customers; • Making payment on the checks written by their customers to other parties; • Providing information-processing services to small- and medium-sized businesses; and • Handling large-volume transactions such as payroll disbursements. The Growing Importance of Financial Markets. The role of traditional intermediaries such as banks as providers of debt capital to corporations has declined for decades.

The Growing Importance of Financial Markets. The role of traditional intermediaries such as banks as providers of debt capital to corporations has declined for decades. Instead, nonfinancial corporations have increasingly turned to capital markets for external financing, principally because the cost of information processing makes it easier for large numbers of investors to obtain and evaluate financial 14 l Part 1 Introduction data for thousands of potential corporate borrowers and issuers of common and preferred stock equity.

2 The Finance Function in the Organizational Structure of a Typical Large Corporation Stockholders elect Board of Directors Owners hires President (CEO) Vice President Human Resources Vice President Manufacturing Vice President Finance (CFO) Treasurer Capital Budgeting Manager Cash Manager Managers Vice President Marketing Vice President Information Resources Controller Credit Manager Cost Accounting Manager Foreign Exchange Manager Tax Accounting Manager Financial Accounting Manager Chapter 1 president or chief executive officer (CEO) The top company manager with overall responsibility and authority for managing daily company affairs and carrying out policies established by the board.

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