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16-03-2018 : Problem for the week-end
Company X is 50% owned by the company P, 25% by the company R and 25% by the company S. Main decisions are taken by a majority of 70% in X. Can P, which de facto has a right of veto over X, under IFRS, consolidate his participation according to the method of proportional integration, because it would share the control of X with other shareholders? Have a nice day
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The Vernimmen.com Letter
Number 110 of February 2018
News : Managing the risk, returns and voting rights of a stake in a listed company
Statistics : Exit EBITDA multiples in M&A for 2017
Research : IPOs: the virtues of bookbuilding
Q&A : What is the reinvestment risk for a fixed-interest bond?
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