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Bank of Tokyo

Author: Bruner, Robert F. ; Schill, Michael JINSEAD Area: FinancePublisher: Fontainebleau : INSEAD, 1992. ; Darden, 1992.Language: EnglishDescription: 21 p.Type of document: INSEAD CaseAbstract: In October 1990, the president of the Bank of Tokyo must design a financing plan with which to bring the bank into compliance with international BIS capital adequacy standards. The alternatives include: (a) slowing the growth of the bank, (b) issuing equity and convertible tactics, and to recommend a possible price for the convertible issuePedagogical Objectives: The case may serve to meet some or all of the following objectives: (a) explore the rise and use of hybrid securities, (b) exercise convertible bond valuation skills, (c) consider two infrequent, but nontheless massive determinants of corporate financing need-government fiat and financial market crashes
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The case may serve to meet some or all of the following objectives: (a) explore the rise and use of hybrid securities, (b) exercise convertible bond valuation skills, (c) consider two infrequent, but nontheless massive determinants of corporate financing need-government fiat and financial market crashes

In October 1990, the president of the Bank of Tokyo must design a financing plan with which to bring the bank into compliance with international BIS capital adequacy standards. The alternatives include: (a) slowing the growth of the bank, (b) issuing equity and convertible tactics, and to recommend a possible price for the convertible issue

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