This work provides a concise but comprehensive overview of financial management theory and techniques. It is intended for the non-financier who needs to get to the heart of the subject. The book covers a broad spectrum of contemporary issues and topics in financial management and corporate finance. Managers on short courses, undergraduates, and postgraduates of financial management courses should benefit from this work. It is also intended as reference material for managers' bookshelves and for aspiring managers wishing to improve their knowledge and skills.
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: This book concisely presents all the financial management a non-financial manager needs to know. It helps non-financial managers understand the financial objectives of a business, the environment in which the business operates, and fundamental accounting concepts such as the balance sheet, P&L statement and return on investment. Readers gain a grounding in the problems financial managers wrestle with every day: time, uncertainty, liquidity, inflation, tax planning, and other critical issues. The book covers a broad spectrum of contemporary issues and topics in financial management and corporate finance.Its analytical approach shows how to implement the concepts and techniques discussed. The book is ideal for manager training courses, MBA programs, and as a reference for non-financial managers.About the Author:
DAVID MYDDELTON is a member of the faculty of the Cranfield School of Management in the United Kingdom.
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Book Description Pearson P T R, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-006-67-9181109