This eighth edition of Corporate Finance contains a comprehensive overview on modern corporate finance, utilizing a number of contemporary examples to do so. Through the course of this book, the authors have made extensive use of diagrams and flowcharts to explain important concepts in a clear manner. The readers are also provided a brief summary at the end of each chapter, which helps them to recollect what they have learnt. In total, this book comprises of 31 chapters, divided into 8 parts. Some chapters include Credit Management, International Corporate Finance, Issuing Securities to the Public, Warrants and Convertibles, and Financial Distress. This book contains an overview on corporate finance in the Indian subcontinent and highlights the differences, compared to that in the U.S. At the end of each chapter, there are a number of Concept Questions, and Questions and Problems, which help the readers gauge their understanding of the concepts covered. The answers for these questions have also been included at the end of this book. The chapter-end also comprises of mini case studies and ?take home assignments?, which help to sharpen the reader's understanding of the subject. Corporate Finance is a must-have for students to understand the nature of corporate finance in developed and emerging markets worldwide.