The importance of small and medium-sized enterprises for the European area is among the relatively intensively discussed topics and rightly deserves due attention also from scientific research. In the process of defining the financial policies of these enterprises, it is worth noting the insufficient development of financial instruments that should have a long-term supportive character. Selected performance indicators are presented on the pages of the scientific monograph and their subsequent comparison and analysis shows the cost of the company’s financial and capital structure in relation to the point of indifference as one of the tools for evaluating of investment projects.
Ing. Daniela Rybárová, PhD. is member of the Department of Corporate Economy, Faculty of Business Management University of Economics in Bratislava, as professor assistant. In scientific and pedagogical area she has been active in Corporate Risk Management, Business Economy (Betriebswirtschaftslehre) and related fields. She teaches courses Business Economy, Corporate Risk, Enterprise an Entrepreneurship. She delivers classes in both, undergraduate and graduate level, in Slovak and English programs.
Prof. Ing. Peter Markovič, PhD. is member of the Department of Corporate Finance, Faculty of Business Management University of Economics in Bratislava, as professor, presently dean of the Faculty of Business Management. In scientific and pedagogical area he has been active in the fields of Corporate Financial Management and related. He teaches courses Financial Engineering, Financial Management and Valuating of Financial Instruments. He delivers classes in all, undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level, in Slovak and German programs.