A Vision for the Future: In Conversation with Financial Strategists

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Luc Keuleneer, Dirk Swagerman, Willem Verhoog
Wiley, Jan 9, 2001 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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The early years of the new millennium witness a vastly different financial landscape to that even a few years ago. Those who have failed to keep pace are those who will fall behind. In this accessible and entertaining book giants of the financial world such as Tom Copeland, and Nobel Prize winners Harry Markowitz and Merton Miller discuss their views on financial strategy and look ahead to future trends. There are contributions from international experts both in the private and public sector and from the academic world.
The book examines through 15 self-contained interviews the many facets of financial strategy, each person giving his viewpoint in a balanced objective fashion. They discuss a broad range of strategies such as the dominance of the market (despite government attempts to regulate), Value Based Management, Valuation and how economic theories translate into practice.

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About the author (2001)

Luc Keuleneer is a commercial engineer (Catholic University Leuven 1981) and Master of Business Administration (Finance) (University of Chicago, 1983). He is a director at KPMG in Brussels, where he is responsible for strategic financial services. In addition, he is Adjudicator in the Brussels Commercial Court. He lectures at the Free University of Amsterdam and the University of the Netherlands Antilles as Professor of Financial Management and as visiting professor at the University of Gent, Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School, the Catholic University of Leuven, the University of Maastricht and Royal NIVRA-VERA. He has various publications in his name.

Willem Verhoog has been the Secretary of Royal NIVRA's Continuing Professional Education Committee (VERA) since 1976. He has enabled VERA to develop a CPE package with more than 100 seminars and 1000 participants each year. He is editor-in-chief of the monthly "VERA Actueel" journal, editorial board member of 30 different NIVRA publications, and is co-author of 7 books prior to this effort

Professor Henk Langendijk is currently professor of external financial reporting at Nyenrode University and professor of external financial reporting at the University of Amsterdam. He has lectured in finance at the University of Amsterdam since 1980 and previously worked at BDO and Arthur Anderson. He has contributed articles to various financial journals as well as written a number of books in the field of financial accounting. He is a member of the Advisory Council of the Limperg Instituut. In addition, he is editor-in-chief of the magazine "Accounting," editor of "Accountant-Adviseur" and a member of the VERA steering committee on financial reporting.

Professor Dirk Swagerman is currently with Deloitte and Touche in Amsterdam, having gained a master's degree in business administration at Michigan State University. In 1991/1992 he qualified as Master of Business Telecommunications at the University of Delft. He is also involved with the business departments at Twente University

Willem Verhoog has been the Secretary of Royal NIVRA's Continuing Professional Education Committee (VERA) since 1976. He has enabled VERA to develop a CPE package with more than 100 seminars and 1000 participants each year. He is editor-in-chief of the monthly "VERA Actueel" journal, editorial board member of 30 different NIVRA publications, and is co-author of 7 books prior to this effort

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