Three Models of Corporate Investment Structure Based on Financials and Intangibles by Elijah Ezendu

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The three models of corporate investment structure based on recognition of both financial capital and intangibles that should be valued not only at harvesting stage but also during conception.

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Three Models of Corporate Investment Structure Based on Financials and Intangibles by Elijah Ezendu

  1. 1. Three Models of Corporate Investment Structure Based on Financials and Intangibles by Elijah Ezendu Model 1 All Primary Business Promoters are Financial Capital Investors Primary Business Promoters Financial Capital Investors Intellectual Capital Investors Cash Intangibles such as Business Ideas, Methods, Strategy & Relationship Networks Intellectual Capital Investments from Employees (Workers) Human Capital & Other Intangibles Model 2 Two Categories of Primary Business Promoters are the following: Contributed Capital Base   Regulatory Capital Investments from Governments Locational Capital Investments from Host Community & Ecological Environment Institutional Capital & Licenses Locality Provisions for Operations Financial Capital Investors Intellectual Capital Investors
  2. 2. Primary Business Promoters Financial & Intellectual Capital Investors Intellectual Capital Investors Cash & Intangibles Intangibles such as Business Ideas, Methods, Strategy & Relationship Networks Intellectual Capital Investments from Employees (Workers) Human Capital & Other Intangibles Model 3 Two Categories of Primary Business Promoters are the following: Contributed Capital Base   Regulatory Capital Investments from Governments Locational Capital Investments from Host Community & Ecological Environment Institutional Capital & Licenses Locality Provisions for Operations Financial & Intellectual Capital Investors Intellectual Capital Investors

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