Translation of corporate in Spanish:

corporate

de la empresa, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkɔːp(ə)rət//ˈkɔrp(ə)rət/

adjective

  • 1

    • 1.1(of a company)

      (lawyer/headquarters) de la empresa
      (lawyer/headquarters) de la compañía
      corporate membership suscripción de empresa feminine
      • the corporate image la imagen corporativa
      • he is still at the bottom of the corporate ladder todavía está en el primer peldaño del escalafón de la empresa
      • corporate name razón social
      • (in US) corporate tax impuesto a la renta pagado por sociedades
      • Fitzgerald is promising a tough new visible policy on corporate governance.
      • Because of corporate change supervisory and middle management is becoming more and more interactive.
      • The unit offers tax relief against rental income, corporate income and personal income.
      • The event is being billed as a must for those raising funding and for those in the corporate finance business.
      • The IRS says it intends to make executive pay a part of every corporate audit from now on.
      • When it comes to corporate income taxes, it sure pays to be a multinational these days.
      • It is understood that almost all major corporate finance houses have expressed an interest.
      • Chambers also specialises in building office furniture for the corporate sector.
      • Such an advisor will be from a firm of accountants, such as mine, or a corporate finance boutique.
      • The unified bank will be divided into retail and corporate divisions.
      • The presence of a controlling shareholder is a prominent feature of corporate governance.
      • The previous year, the three men hired a corporate finance house to find a buyer for the company.
      • The big wealth gains in the second quarter came from corporate equities and housing.
      • If the corporate slowdown results in a drop of consumer spending, then the US economy could be in real trouble.
      • When corporate performance declines, incomes moderate and tax yields suffer.
      • Using debt to finance a corporate takeover is precisely the same as taking out a mortgage.
      • The corporate finance sector in Ireland will continue to experience a flight to quality.
      • The large corporate chains have already taken over our cities and are now infiltrating smaller towns.
      • That £209m deal was the largest leveraged buyout in Scottish corporate history.
      • It may be that the value added by corporate headquarters is small, or even negative, in many enterprises.

    • 1.2(of big business)

      (mentality/jargon) empresarial

  • 2

    (joint, collective)
    (decision/responsibility/action) colectivo