Financial strategies for managers: techniques for success
In this guide to major issues in corporate financial strategy for the nonfinancial manager, the implied setting for discussion is that of a publicly held company with reasonable profit propects, investment quality obligations, and of medium to large size--however, much of the analysis is equally relevant to the smaller and privately held company. Presenting the financial manager with a broad range of options, it first covers fundamentals, then goes on to address asset management, and liability and net worth management. A final section considers the global character of financial management.
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Financial Management and Corporate Objectives
The Time Factor
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