This case has been used in Darden's "Real Estate Finance" course elective. L. Moore is in the process of converting some industrial buildings she inherited to residential use. As development progresses, additional funds are needed. Her partner can provide them, but he wishes to revise the partnership agreement to reflect the additional funds he has been asked to provide.
Case Number:F-1718 |
No. of pages:6 | Published Date:12/05/14
This case presents annual flow and year-end balances for major economic sectors of the United States, permitting students to develop analyses of the changes over the 1970-92 period and their effects on financial institutions.
Case Number:F-1056 |
Type:Technical Note |
No. of pages:20 | Published Date:08/12/93
The case contains details of the ____ to ____ the U.S. market by their Canadian ___ ___ Bank of Canada, Bank of Montreal, and Toronto Division. ____ has just sold its U.S. _____ banking to PNC whereas _____ and TD have been expanding. The student is asked to explain why some appear to be more successful than others.
Case Number:F-1664 |
No. of pages:29 | Published Date:03/09/12
U.S. security laws define and separate the private capital markets from public capital markets in the United States. Because of the comparative lack of data about the private capital markets, compared to public capital markets, there is less written about them. The general impression is that the private capital markets are distinctly different from the public capital markets. In reality, however,
Case Number:F-1280-Sihler |
No. of pages:19 | Published Date:02/22/00
This case is designed to be used as a role play in conjunction with Star Enterprises (A), (B), and (C). The company banker is preparing to discuss with Star's management the company's financial requirements.
Case Number:F-1112 |
No. of pages:2 | Published Date:07/07/95
Producer of high-value, small quantity chemicals is troubled by inaccurate weighing and filling which result in customer complaints of shortages. Considering that competition is based on customer service, the president is anxious to pinpoint the extent and case of the problem. Machinery and labor problems might be responsible, assuming that there are shortages in completed inventory. A sample has
Case Number:QA-0051 |
No. of pages:3 | Published Date:04/05/91
This note contains suggestions on casewriting under the following headings: Objectives of the Case Method; Case Development; An Overview; Preparing To Write A Case; Sources of Case Information; The Casewriting Process; Characteristics of an Effective Case; and Teaching Notes.
Case Number:G-0364 |
Type:Technical Note |
No. of pages:14 | Published Date:04/01/91
The general manager of Island Imprints must decide whether to go ahead with a deal to repurchase the company he founded but had to sell several years earlier when it encountered financial difficulty. A tentative bank-financed SBA-guaranteed deal has been negotiated, which must be considered.
Case Number:F-1265-Sihler |
No. of pages:17 | Published Date:10/11/99