"This book takes a novel approach to the area of comparative legal study by identifying eight orienting propositions that together inform the study of ""comparative law"", or as this book tends to prefer, ""comparative legal systems"". Thus, this book is not so much a recitation and summary of comparative law concepts, but rather an operational road map for approaching the area. Taken together, the eight propositions reflect certain central themes that define the area for scholars while offering practitioners and informed observers a guide for understanding and navigating the forces shaping the evolving international legal environment.
A book tailored to provide a basis for understanding the role of comparative legal study in an increasingly interconnected world."
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