Corporate Finance & Terrorism; the negativism of leadership decision-making in crisis situations.
Organization’s shareholders are the mainstream to corporate vitality and growth. Positive public opinion adds value, which directly correlates to an organization’s price to earnings ratio. A corporation’s publicly reported financial statements create an avenue of access directly into the internal techniques of a company, and the hierarchy of management and business practices.
Outsiders like terrorists looking to cripple a business identify areas of vulnerability, which will directly affect the organization’s profitability, and which conversely affects the economy as a whole. The socio-techno systems put in place by an organization need to be analyzed, understood, and secured by upper management. Placing a corporation in financial ruin, which negatively adulterates the economy, is the primary objective of any act of corporate terrorism.
A team of public relations and financial management specialists with doctoral degrees is on board to assist key leaders in preparing for any catastrophic events, focusing on the positive public relations aspect of maintaining corporate securities value, while enduring an unfortunate emergency situation.