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The Growth-Value Paradox

Every company wants to grow, with good reason. Over the long term, revenue growth is the largest source of TSR for top value creators. This makes sense. Without growth, a company’s ability to improve margins, expand its valuation multiple, or increase free cash flow yields to investors inevitably reaches a point of diminishing returns.

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Do You Know Your Value Pattern?

A value pattern helps identify the best ways to create value. Here are four steps to understanding value patterns and what they mean for your organization.

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Corporate Development & Finance in Canada

Winning Moves in the Age of Shareholder Activism

If an activist strikes, management and boards can follow five principles to fortify their position—and mount an effective strategic response.

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Beyond Governance: A Canadian Perspective on Preempting Activism Through Value Creation

Board members should engage regularly with senior managers to examine value creation alternatives in much the same way that an activist investor would—and then pursue those that generate the greatest shareholder value.

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Think Like an Activist

Activist investors can pressure companies to make disruptive and risky changes. Take a preemptive strike against them by following these five steps.

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The CFO’s Mandate

Rich Veldran, CFO of Dun & Bradstreet, explains the CFO’s role as a champion for shareholder value.

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