Name Tutor Subject Date Alibaba’s Bond Dilemma Important Facts The major topic of discussion on this issue is the bond dilemma that is facing Alibaba as a corporation regarding location timing as well as pricing. Four years ago that was in 2014 Alibaba Group Holdings Limited Chief of Staff (CFO) held several meetings with the company investors and shareholders to discuss the impending bound issue that has been affecting the entire organization. The Alibaba board of staff selected Maggie Wu as the team leader to oversee the whole process that took three days to settle the issue (National Institute of Singapore. Alibaba's Bonds Dilemma: Location Timing and Pricing 1). Following the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) the revenues generated by Alibaba Group Holdings Limited originated from China. Apparently most of the U.S. investors had a little clue concerning the company until the opening of the latest initial public offering (IPO) economy. To evade the buying pressure from the $ U.S. to the Yuan the People’s Bank of China accrued a reserve of the Treasuries and the $U.S. Recommended Course of Action Changing the ownership structure also proved to be essential for Alibaba Holdings. The senior management of the company which has 28 stakeholders saw it well to nominate many of the company’s candidates to fill in the board of directors docket (National Institute of Singapore. Alibaba's Bonds Dilemma: Location Timing and Pricing 4). Altering of the company’s ownership structure was relevant since the management considered it as a move to ensuring that the long-term interests of the firms are assured since they would benefit the shareholders. Also the structure was to sustain the firm’s culture as well as innovations among the workforce. \ Work Cited National Institute of Singapore. Alibaba's Bonds Dilemma: Location Timing and Pricing: Ivey Publishing. 2018. [...]
1. Identify the most important facts surrounding the case. 2. Identify the key issue or issues. 3. Specify alternative courses of action. 4. Evaluate each course of action. 5. Recommend the best course of action.