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The indirect side of direct investment

Jack M. Mintz

The indirect side of direct investment

multinational company finance and taxation

by Jack M. Mintz

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Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International business enterprises -- Finance,
  • International business enterprises -- Taxation,
  • Investments, Foreign

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJack M. Mintz and Alfons J. Weichenrieder.
    SeriesCESifo book series
    ContributionsWeichenrieder, Alfons J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG4027.5 .M56 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24033775M
    ISBN 109780262014496
    LC Control Number2009054144
    OCLC/WorldCa501396761

    Indirect investment. Indirect means buying into a property investment without actually buying the property itself directly. For example, indirect investment might involve purchasing units in a company or scheme which does own the property investment. These can take several forms: 1. REITS (Real Estate Investment Trusts). REITs are just one example of indirect investing. Directly co-investing in the real estate asset class allows you to typically see a huge contrast in fees and you can avoid the volatility of Wall Street. Direct co-investing in real estate is growing in popularity; it’s commonly referred to as a private real estate investment fund or syndication.

    Direct investing has more of a need for capital at the outset than indirect investing - to consider direct investment opportunities, you need to have the capital available to complete the full purchase (or part purchase, part borrowing) of the property before financial gains can start to be achieved. Indirect investing, generally speaking, has.   Cash flow from investing activities reports the total change in a company's cash position from investment gains/losses and fixed asset investments.

    Types Of Indirect Equity Investment: Others – Unit investment trusts. It is an investment company that owns a fixed set of securities for the life of the company referring that the investment company rarely alters the composition of its portfolio during the life of the company. Explains and evaluates the economic effects of transport infrastructure investments, including direct and indirect, short and long run impact, and local and spillover outcomes; Provides up-to-date coverage of quantitative techniques and empirical results for .


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Summary. An examination of indirect finance structures used by multinational corporations to reduce their worldwide tax payments. The recent increase in cross-border flows of foreign direct investment has sharpened the research focus on multinational taxation.

In this book, taxation experts Jack Mintz and Alfons Weichenrieder examine how multinational corporations use indirect financing.

The Indirect Side of Direct Investment. Book Description: The recent increase in cross-border flows of foreign direct investment has sharpened the research focus on multinational taxation. In this book, taxation experts Jack Mintz and Alfons Weichenrieder examine how multinational corporations use indirect financing structures--organizing themselves into groups with.

The Indirect Side of Direct Investment Multinational Company Finance and Taxation Jack M. Mintz and Alfons J. Weichenrieder The recent increase in cross-border flows of foreign direct investment has sharpened the research focus on multinational.

The Indirect Side of Direct Investmentfocuses on a particular aspect of multinational firm behavior with important tax implications: the financing of foreign direct invest- ment and the role of. The indirect side of direct investment: multinational company finance and taxation.

[Jack M Mintz; Alfons J Weichenrieder] -- Drawing on a unique data set (MiDi) on German multinationals provided by the Deutsche Bundesbank in Frankfurt, Mintz and Weichenrieder confirm the prevalence of indirect financing structures for both.

The Indirect Side of Direct Investment. The Indirect Side of Direct Investment Multinational Company Finance and Taxation Jack M.

Mintz and Alfons J. Weichenrieder Elf Book Series The MIT Press. The Indirect Side of Direct Investment. Edited by Jack M. Mintz and Alfons J. Weichenrieder. CESifo Book Series, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA. £/$ Indirect investing involves buying shares in a real estate fund, such as buying shares of a publicly-traded real estate investment trust (REIT) or a company that is heavily exposed to real estate (e.g., owning stocks in Lennar, a publicly traded homebuilder).

REITs are in the business of owning and managing portfolios of numerous real estate. A direct investor is wholly responsible for the asset, has control over it, reaps all of the rewards and assumes all of the risks, according to Propertycom.

Indirect investors let others buy and sell the assets, while assuming no ownership of the assets and taking no responsibility for them, reaping only a share of any profits that are distributed among all of the indirect investors. The Indirect Side of Direct Investment. by Jack Mintz and Alfons Weichenrieder.

Cambridge, MA: MIT Press,pp.US$ This is a remarkably well‐written and clear book, particularly given the complexity of the subject matter. Even the title is clever and crisp. The authors do an excellent job making their work accessible. Direct and Indirect Expenses Expenses are amounts paid for goods or services purchased.

They can either be directly or indirectly related to the core business operations. Type of an expense and Timing at which it is incurred by the business frames the key points of difference between direct and indirect expenses. This book examines how multinational corporations use indirect financing structures—organizing themselves into groups with several tiers of ownership—to reduce worldwide taxes.

It spells out in detail how different tax policies affect corporations’ choice of financing structures, discussing the issues in both theoretical and empirical terms. Abstract. The Indirect Side of Direct Investment Multinational Company Finance and Taxation Jack M.

Mintz and Alfons J. Weichenrieder The recent increase in cross-border flows of foreign direct investment has sharpened the research focus on multinational taxation. In this book, taxation experts Jack Mintz and Alfons Weichenrieder examine how multinational corporations use indirect financing.

The Indirect Side of Direct Investment (Hardcover) Multinational Company Finance and Taxation (CESifo Book) By Jack M. Mintz, Alfons J. Weichenrieder. MIT Press,pp. Publication Date: August 6, Both direct and indirect investments are however driven by market trends and the strategy of the investment.

The holding period of the asset for example, will depend more on the strategy of the investment (Core, Value add, Opportunistic) than on the type of investment (direct or indirect), even though indirect investments are more liquid.

However, other indirect ownership pat­terns are simply the result of years of acquisition and growth. As an example, in purchasing General Foods, Philip Morris Companies, Inc.

(now Altria Group Inc.), gained control over a number of corporations (including Oscar Mayer Foods Corporation, Maxwell House Coffee Company, and Birds Eye, Inc.). An examination of indirect finance structures used by multinational corporations to reduce their worldwide tax payments.

The recent increase in cross-border flows of foreign direct investment has sharpened the research focus on multinational taxation. In this book, taxation experts Jack Mintz and Alfons Weichenrieder examine how multinational corporations use indirect financing.

Direct Expenses usually appear on the debit side of the trading account. On the contrary, indirect expenses are shown on the debit side of the profit and loss account.

Direct Expenses forms part of the prime cost. In contrast, indirect. direct investment. In many cases, these theories also explain why an enter- prise’s alternatives to FDI-domestically based production or licensing of foreign-based production-are less efficient than direct control of foreign- based operations (see, e.g., Caves ; Vernon ).

direct investment. From this moment, any further capital transactions between these two companies should be recorded as a direct investment. When a non-resident holds less than 10% of the shares of an enterprise as portfolio investment, and subsequently acquires additional shares resulting in a direct investment (10% of more), only the purchase of.Direct real estate investing has traditionally involved buying and holding assets over a period of years.

The longer-term nature of direct real estate investing can produce some added benefits, such as delivering steady cash flow over the term of the investment but it comes at the cost of daily liquidity (in the case of publicly-traded REITs). Property investment: direct or indirect?

Direct property is great while the market is red hot, but the upfront and ongoing costs can make the income side tricky, especially if .