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Corporate Investment Structure for Governance Analysis by Elijah Ezendu
 

Corporate Investment Structure for Governance Analysis by Elijah Ezendu

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Corporate Investment Structure showing contributors of capital with rights of receiving returns.

Corporate Investment Structure showing contributors of capital with rights of receiving returns.

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  • @VincentAwala The ignorance of locality investments steered lots of organisations into the path of assuming corporate responsibility to host community and ecological environment is charity. The rise of intangibles in valuation and governance analysis has repositioned the big picture for utmost clarity.
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  • Locality investments is an area that should be harnessed for greater efficiency. The area has no voice as such and is easily overlooked. Decisions are made on their behalf without their involvement. The model is an eye opener.
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    Corporate Investment Structure for Governance Analysis by Elijah Ezendu Corporate Investment Structure for Governance Analysis by Elijah Ezendu Document Transcript

    • Corporate Investment Structure for Governance Analysis by Elijah Ezendu Financial & Intellectual Capital Investments from Shareholders Intellectual Capital Investments from Employees (Workers) Cash, Fixed Assets & Relationship Networks Human Capital & Relationship Networks Contributed Capital Base Regulatory Capital Investments from Governments Locational Capital Investments from Host Community & Ecological Environment Institutional Capital & Licenses Locality Provisions for Operations Each contributor takes risk in the course of investment and is entitled to rightful returns. The value of intangibles should not be excluded at contributory stage only to be included when harvesting investments. In today’s market, the value of intangibles is the greatest driver of investment returns.