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FInance Notes

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Finance notes for business studies. Also include ratios and everything else of the finance syllabus. case studies are not included.

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Economy Finance Money Corporate finance Financial markets Equity securities Asset Banking Asset liability management Balance sheet Private equity Financial management
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y adopt in relation to investment in capital, training of staff, marketing and the expansion of operations • A strategy is the major tool adopted by a business to achieve its goals • A strategic plan encompasses the strategies that a business will use to achieve its goals Business goals and objectives: • Business objectives break the business operations into achievable and manageable outcomes • Objectives give a clear indication to management of where the business wants to be • Goals are the longer term outcomes of a business Strategic plans: • Most important plans for a business • Encompass a long term view of: • Where the business is going • How it will get there • A monitoring process to keep track of progress along the way • Strategies are incorporated into a strategic plan Managing financial resources: • Financial resources are thos...
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