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Financial structure

The way in which a company's assets are financed, such as short-term borrowings, long-term debt, and owners equity. Financial structure differs from capital structure in that capital structure accounts for long-term debt and equity only.

financial structure

financial structure

see CAPITAL STRUCTURE, CAPITAL GEARING.
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As far as the firm is concerned, its financial structure is designed based on certain criteria conducive to optimisation, such as minimising the cost of capital.
Poor financial structure makes the cost of capital high, limiting entrepreneurial activity and lowering the efficiency of any given investment.
Prager was appointed assistant director and chief of the Financial Structure section.
The book also provides information on the legal, regulatory, tax, and macroeconomic determinants of financial structure.
This thesis reviews the financial structure and bank profitability of four GCC countries before the world financial crisis of 2007 and during the period of financial turmoil from 2008 to 2010.
The Maharashtra state government had granted in-principal approval to the fare while approving the project's financial structure on January 30, 2014.
Indeed, in recent years there has been a remarkable trend in that direction characterized by pervasive privatization, price and wage decontrol, and the development of financial structures as developing countries endeavored to replicate elements of the advanced free-market economies.
This financial structure promotes broad community involvement, home ownership and attractive, affordable housing units.
financial structure currently is clouded by the fact that we are in a recession, and, in the case of some real estate markets, a depression.
It is essential that we properly align our financial structure and our strategic direction for both our immediate operating needs as well as for our long-term growth plan.
Overall, in terms of adapting their financial structures to accommodate large government debt issues, the Japanese made choices similar to those made in other countries: that is, to tolerate limited disintermediation in the interest of buttressing the arrangements used in government debt underwriting.
Our new financial structure should enable us to take better advantage of growth opportunities presented to us by changing domestic and worldwide markets.

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