Ethiopian Companies of Corporate Finance: Overwhelming the Profit

Moses Antony RAJENDRAN, Alexandru Mircea Nedelea


This review article of corporate finance mentioned how the corporate finance is very important to bring the profits in Ethiopian Companies.  It mentioned about the introduction, Importance of financial decision in Ethiopian corporate sectors. Techniques and strategies of corporate finance in Ethiopian Companies. The major strategies and techniques are time value of money, budgeting, cost of capital, capital structures, working capital management, dividend policy, derivatives and capital asset pricing model.


Corporate Finance, Cost of Capital, Capital Structure, Working Capital Management and Dividend Policy.


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