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Sinopsis: An extensive study of success and failure in the global equity markets since 1991. After two years of painstaking research including interviews with over 150 CFOs, lead managers, regulators, lawyers, objective third parties and investors, the book presents invaluable conclusions based around 25 detailed case studies of new equity issuances from around the world. It reveals masses of information about the market not previously in the public domain and is comprehensive in its analysis of the reasons for the success or relative failure of each issuance covered. No punches are pulled in pursuit of the most frank and compelling analysis of the global equity markets.
About the Author: Born in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1956, Mr John Robert Lilja left his home country in 1976 and has since lived in Germany, Switzerland, South Africa, the United States and the UK. Following business studies at the St Gallen business school in Switzerland, Mr Lilja joined the Anglo American Corporation in Johannesburg, where he worked for three years in the Gold and Finance divisions. In 1985 Mr Lilja took up his investment banking career with Credit Suisse First Boston. After having spent six months in the New York office, Mr Lilja relocated to the London office, where he spent more than eight years in the corporate finance department. During this time, Mr Lilja assisted multinational corporations with the full range of corporate financings and strategic transactions such as acquisitions, divestitures etc., however, he spent the majority of his time advising corporations on how to tap the international equity market. Mr Lilja was promoted to Director - Investment Banking in 1991 and resigned in May 1994 to write this book.
Título: International Equity Markets: The Art of the...
Año de publicación: 1997
Condición del libro: New
Descripción World Pubn Service, London, 1997. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Very Good. 1st Edition. 1855643685 pp xiii, 493. DJ is complete but shows slight signs of use. Nº de ref. de la librería 023544