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Anastasia Sikorskaya

A collection of 8 posts

Terminal Value

The terminal value is all the money a company will make in the future beyond a certain forecast period. It is a part of the discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis that helps to

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How Saying “No” Can Become Your Superpower in Every Negotiation

Compromise ruins negotiations. The win-win approach ruins negotiations. What doesn’t? Saying “no” whenever it needs to be said. This is the essence of Jim Camp’s theory. The 4 rules he put forward will help you feel confident and seize opportunities inside and outside the conference room.

10 min read

Horizontal Merger

A horizontal merger is a merger of two companies that operate in the same industry. Let’s define how horizontal mergers work, discover why competitors could want to merge and compare a horizontal and a vertical merger.

3 min read

Ordinary Share

Ordinary shares allow shareholders to vote and to receive dividends. Let’s define the ordinary shareholders’ rights, discover ordinary shares advantage and compare them to preference shares.

3 min read

How Does Transfer Pricing Work in Singapore?

Affiliated businesses often trade on preferential conditions and thus pay less tax. To prevent that, countries developed a system to control the “family business” — the transfer pricing rules. Let’s see how they influence the prices you set, how to play by these rules and what documents to prepare.

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Ordinary Share

Ordinary share — a type of share that gives its owner one vote and a proportional claim to company profit (if any) equal to other ordinary shareholders. If there are preference shares in the

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What Is a Trade Mark in Singapore?

Having a nice design is not enough to make a company legally distinctive among competitors. Let’s clarify what a trade mark can be, when a company needs it, how to transform a trade mark into a valuable asset and how to use it.

7 min read

How Electronic Signatures Work in Singapore

Many businessmen live with reams of papers all over the office — although they don’t have to. In Singapore, most documents can be signed on the computer, which is just as legal.

10 min read

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