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Consequently, managers can concentrate on maximizing stock prices. In the process, stockholder wealth and firm value will be maximized, and society will be made better off. 1. 1 Stock Price Maximization: The Costless Scenario STOCKHOLDERS Hire & fire managers Lend Money BONDHOLDERS Maximize stockholder wealth No Social Costs Managers Protect Interests of lenders Reveal information honestly and on time SOCIETY Costs can be traced to firm Markets are efficient and assess effect of news on value FINANCIAL MARKETS Maximize Stock Prices: Real-World Conflicts of Interest Even a casual perusal of the assumptions needed for stock price maximization to be the only objective when making decisions suggests that there are potential shortcomings in each one.
The stockholders’ wealth increases concurrently. This effect is dramatically illustrated in the case of acquisitions funded primarily with debt, where the debt ratio increases and the bond rating drops significantly. 20 Dividend policy is another issue on which a conflict of interest may arise between stockholders and bondholders. The effect of higher dividends on stock prices can be debated in theory, with differences of opinion on whether it should increase or decrease 19Bhagat, Sanjai and Bernard Black, 1999, “The Uncertain Relationship between Board Composition and Firm Performance,” Business Lawyer, 54, 921–963.