Value Maximization

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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According to MTU, its MTUPlus Asset Value Maximization service has been designed to offer engine owners with a surplus engine different solutions which either optimise its usage if the asset can still be operated or maximise the material value through the remarketing of its individual parts.
Elastic self-organized networks become responsive and efficient calling for a shift from network productivity gains to user value maximization.
Shareholder wealth or value maximization is a long-term decision and its success largely depends on solid value-based management practice.
Its proprietary value maximization indicators then provide a framework for self-assessment across four key areas of the advisor's business: Managing Your Practice; Marketing Your Business; Empowering Your Team; and Optimizing Your Operations.
GPs still hold a backlog of portfolio companies, many of which have required extended holding periods - adequate preparation to achieve value maximization on exit will be crucial to demonstrate a positive track record and persuade LPs to commit to new fundraisings.
Pegasus Intellectual Capital Solutions LLC is a boutique investment bank headquartered at 70 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois that advises and assists middle-market companies on capital raising, mergers and acquisitions, exit planning, shareholder value maximization, restructuring and workout, and turnaround management.
27) Challenging the rigid value-maximization principle, enlightened value maximization conforms to "much of the structure of stakeholder theory but accepts maximization of the long-run value of the firm as the criterion for making the requisite tradeoffs among its stakeholders".
Instead, this Comment criticizes Newmark's most incendiary ground for rescinding the poison pill: that because craigslist rejects shareholder value maximization, its action was motivated by an impermissible corporate purpose as a matter of law.
It is perhaps little surprise that the report's authors believe that the current responsibilities and incentives of bank boards make them weak forces for good governance through value maximization, if at all.
In Fixing the Game, Roger Martin proclaims that our theories about shareholder value maximization and stock-based compensation are flawed and have the ability to destroy our economy.
And at no time did he advance shareholder value maximization as an appropriate corporate purpose.