Value Maximization

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Value Maximization

Increases in owners' wealth achieved by maximizing of the value of a firm's common stock.

Value Maximization

The act or process of adding to an individual's net worth by increasing the share price of the common stock in which that individual has invested. See also: Expected value maximization principle.
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"The M&A world is accelerating rapidly, and acquirers and their financial advisors need a trusted resource to ensure the preservation and maximization of value when one company buys another," said Paul Robinson, Ensunet Founder and CEO.
In other words, considering actions or decisions should be done in a manner that leads to the long-term maximization of value.
Furthermore, using value-driven management concepts will support their focus on a relationship orientation and maximization of value over time.
Judge Lynn sided with Sosland saying, "I'm inclined to agree with your position on the maximization of value. At this point, you're ahead on that one."
The recently announced new trade policy for 199899 addresses many long-standing problems of exporters besides providing incentives and facilities for increased exports as well as for maximization of value addition.