The field of Corporate Finance concerns itself with the management of a company’s capital and finances. Companies all over the world must make regular decisions which may affect their financial standing such as implementing new equity structures, taking out loans. Even a change in ownership can have a dramatic impact. Large companies trade internationally and countries financial markets are closely interlinked meaning effective communication across borders is vital to achieve success in this sector.
TJC-Global's network of professional translators and interpreters help break down cultural and linguistic barriers, facilitating international collaboration between banks and institutions all over the world, whatever the context. Our translators and interpreters are not only native speakers of the target language, but have a background and often a qualification in the field of Corporate Finance, meaning they are aware of the procedures and advanced terminology associated with the field, resulting in precise, reliable and efficient translations every time.
Equity / Dept Management
Basel Capital Accords
Corporate Social Responsibility
Islamic Banking Law
Coperate and Financial Crime
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