THEORY AND PRACTICE
Yann Le Fur
Corporate Finance is a very useful reference book for students and for operators who will get great help in the present
complex environment to learn the principles of the ﬁnancial markets and their practical application. Written with a clear and
logical approach it shows also some interesting cases that make study easier and stimulating.
Gabriele Galateri, Chairman of Telecom Italia
The book, newsletter, and website are all very interesting and useful. The book is 47 chapters (about 1 000 pages) full of
corporate ﬁnance. I have to agree with the authors: “It is a book in which theory and practice are constantly set off against
each other . . .” I really like it. Especially the emphasis not so much on techniques (“which tend to shift and change over
time”). Very well done! Moreover, the authors also put out a monthly newsletter and have a web site that could stand alone as
one of the best in the business. Check it out!
Jim Mahar, Associate Professor of Finance at St. Bonaventure University
and author of www.ﬁ
As a Mexican-born, French-educated, German-based portfolio manager, I’ve worked and invested in several European
countries. The multi-country content of the “Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice” book makes it my preferred companion
as I work in a cross-border environment. Its international focus is the perfect complement to my multicultural exper