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Capital decrease (See Chapter 38 of the Vernimmen)

Capital decrease is a cancellation of shares repurchased by the company from existing shareholders. Capital decrease is also called capital reduction.

Capital decrease (See Chapter 38 of the Vernimmen)

Capital decrease is a cancellation of shares repurchased by the company from existing shareholders. Capital decrease is also called capital reduction.

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CAGR or Compound Annual Growth Rate
Calendar day
Calendar year and Accounting year
Call option
Call protection
Call provision
Callable
Callable
Callable bond
Callable capital, Paid-in capital
Callable instrument
Callable loan
Cancellation of debt
Cancellation of debt + Cancellation of loan + Debt cancellation + Loan cancellation
Cancellation of loan
Cap
Capacity utilisation rate
Capex
Capital adequacy ratio
Capital allowance
Capital Asset Pricing Model, CAPM
Capital base
Capital decrease
Capital employed
Capital expenditures
Capital flight
Capital gain/loss
Capital increase
Capital intensity
Capital invested
Capital lease
Capital market economy
Capital market line
Capital markets
Capital rationing
Capital ratios
Capital reduction
Capital structure
Capital turn
Capital-employed analysis
Capital-intensive
Capitalisation
Capitalisation factor
Capitalisation issue
CAPM
Captive insurance company
Carried interest
Carry trade
Carrybacks
Carryforwards
Carveout
Cash & carry trade or basis trading
Cash (and cash equivalents)
Cash Against Documents or CAD
Cash budget
Cash certificate
Cash cow
Cash flow
Cash flow budget
Cash flow fade model
Cash flow from operating activities
Cash flow from operations
Cash flow matching approach
Cash flow plan
Cash flow return on investment, CFROI
Cash flow statement
Cash flow value
Cash management
Cash mutual fund
Cash pooling
Cash ratio
Cash Value Added
Cat bond
Catastrophe bond
CBO
CD
CDO
CDPC
CDS
CDX Index or CDX
Certificate of deposit, CD
CFA or Chartered Financial Analyst
CFO or Collateralised Fund Obligation
CFROI
CFTC
Chapter 11
Characteristic line
Charges
Chart analysis
Chartist
Chattel
Chattel
Chattel Mortgage
Chattel mortgage
Chicago Mercantile Exchange
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Information Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Chinese wall
Chirographic creditor
Churn rate
Circling
Class action
Claw-back clause
Claw-back commitment
Claw-back provision
Clear title
Clearing house
Clearstream
Clientele effect
CLO
Closely held
Closing
Closing rate method
Club deal
CMBS
CME
Co-financing
Co-lead managers
Co-leads
Co-managers
Collateral
Collateralised bond obligation
Collateralised debt obligation, CDO
Collateralised loan obligation
Collection period
Combined leverage
Combined ratio
Comfort letter
Comingling
Comingling risk
Commercial bills
Commercial currency risk
Commercial interest rate risk
Commercial loan
Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities
Commercial paper
Commercial synergy
Commitment fee
Committed facility
Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Common equity
Common stock
Company-friendly bankruptcy process
Comparables model
Comparative analysis
Competitive bidding
Completed contract method
Compliance
Compound interest
Comprehensive insurance
Concentration bank
Concert
Condition precedent
Condition sale
Condition subsequent
Confidentiality Agreement
Confidentiality agreement
Confidentiality letter
Confirmed credit line
Conflict of interest
Conforming
Conforming loan
Conglomerate
Conglomerate discount
Consensus forecast
Consequential damage
Consideration
Consolidated accounts
Consolidation
Consolidation methods
Constant amortisation
Construction contracts
Consumer loans
Consumer Price Index
Contango
Contingent assets
Contingent claims model
Contingent liabilities
Contingent tax liabilities
Contingent taxation
Contingent value rights, CVR
Contribution margin
Contribution of assets
Contribution of shares
Control premium
Conventional convertible preferred stock
Conversion option into shares of the target company
Conversion premium
Conversion price
Conversion ratio
Conversion value of the convertible bond
Convertible bonds
Convertible preferred stock
Convexity
Cooke ratio
Cooling-off period
Core capital
Corporate Finance
Corporate governance
Corporate social responsibility
Correlation
Corridor bond
Cost
Cost of capital
Cost of carry
Cost of debt
Cost of equity
Cost of refunding
Cost of shareholders' equity
Counterparty risk
Countertrade
Coupon payment
Coupon rate
Coupon reinvestment risk
Cov-lite loan
Covariance
Covenant-lite loan
Covenants
Covered warrant
CP
CPI
Credit bureau
Credit default swap
Credit derivative
Credit derivative product company
Credit enhancement
Credit exposure
Credit facility
Credit insurance
Credit line
Credit ratings
Credit risk
Credit scoring
Credit spread
Credit-based economy
Creditor-friendly bankruptcy process
Creditors (U.K.)
Creditworthiness
Cross default covenant
Cross-collaterisation
Crossover
Crossover fund
Crowdfounding
CSR
Cum dividend
Cure period
Currency at (forward) premium/at discount
Currency risk
Currency swap (with principal)
Currency swap without principal
Currency translation
Current assets
Current liabilities
Current rate method
Current ratio
Current yield
Custodian
Custody
Customer credit
CVA
CVR

Capital decrease (See Chapter 38 of the Vernimmen)

Capital decrease is a cancellation of shares repurchased by the company from existing shareholders. Capital decrease is also called capital reduction.

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