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Wondimu Mekonnen

Program Director, University of Buckingham, UK
Wondimu MekonnenWondimu Mekonnen

Wondimu Mekonnen is a program director of accounting and finance and a lecturer in management accounting at the University of Buckingham. Before joining the University of Buckingham, he lectured at Addis Ababa University for many years and briefly at Grafton College. He also worked for seven and a half years for JSA Services, a firm of chartered accountants based in Watford, UK, in the capacity of accountant and corporate tax accountant, where he gained extensive experience of dealing with small investors and private entrepreneurs.


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  • Attracting Small Investors
    by Wondimu Mekonnen
    A company is financed by various sources, such as short-term borrowings, long-term debt, and owner’s equity—ordinary shares, preference shares, and reserves. Small investors can participate in most of these. A significant portion of funds finds its way into the bond or stock markets through financial institutions that are the repositories of household savings. Therefore, the size of resources available for financing a company’s activities...

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