committees: corporate finance
Established in 1980, the Committee on Corporate Finance (CCF) is authorized to formulate statements and positions on capital markets and the capital structure and financial resources of corporations, including policies, practices, rules, regulations, principles and standards.
Issues CCF addresses include: debt and investment management, risk management, mergers and acquisitions, economic and financial analysis, financial communications, annual meetings and annual reports, and stockholder and investor relations. The Committee maintains liaison with the stock and futures exchanges, the SEC, Congress and other agencies of the federal government as appropriate.
- Provide a forum for peer interaction and discussion of issues on corporate finance such as capital structure, dividend policy, credit ratings, accessing capital markets and others
- Communicate its findings and recommendations to the FEI membership, other organizations, government agencies and other parties of interest
- Deliver relevant educational experience for the "Treasury" component of FEI