Law and Practice of Corporate Finance in Singapore [Book + eBook]
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Written by the team at RHT Law Taylor Wessing which comprises leading practitioners and two law professors, this book strives to explain the Law and Practice of Corporate Finance in Singapore to the C-Suite, business executives,professionals and lawyers. Starting from the causes and consequences of the 2008 global financial crisis, this book grounds the reader with the basic forms of corporate finance and the sources of the law governing it in Singapore.
• Covers the nuts and bolts of finance and financial theory ranging from cross-border issues, IPOs to reporting requirements, this truly is the go-to resource for anyone who is involved in or curious about corporate finance in Singapore.
• Explains the law and practice of corporate finance in Singapore to the C-Suite, business executives, professionals and lawyers.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 What is Corporate Finance all about?
Chapter 2 Nuts and Bolts of Finance and Financial Theory
Chapter 3 Genesis of the Regulatory and Legislative Environment
Chapter 4 The Securities and Futures Act, Cap 289
Chapter 5 Nature and Type of Equity
Chapter 6 Ownership, Transfer of Shares and Capital Maintenance Rule
Chapter 7 Nature and Type of Debt Capital
Chapter 8 Private Equity and Venture Capital
Chapter 9 Post-IPO Capital Needs
Chapter 10 Key Documents
Chapter 11 Financial Crime