The IPOs and FPOs are utilised to arrange funds from the general public and there is a misconception that IPO and FPO are similar but there is some difference between IPO and FPO. The companies raise long term funds from the capital market for their day to day operations, new project finance and expansion purpose. […]
Capital market is the marketplace where long-term securities such as stocks, bonds, debenture are issued and traded among different investors. The corporations and government raise long-term funds from the capital market by issuing financial securities to the general public.
The corporations, government entities or other financial institutions raise funds to fulfil their requirements of money through issuing/ selling securities to the general public. These securities can be equity or debt securities which the general investors buy for the sake of returns on their investments. One link is missing in the whole process that is […]
Working capital is the basic requirement of any company for its operation or expansion whether it is public or private, and raising funds from the general public is one of the most popular ways to arrange finance. The companies or government entities raise capital by issuing securities to the investors. The investors purchase those securities […]