Goals and Objectives of Financial Management
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Covering the Goals of Financial Management and the Financial Manager's role in the business environment.
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- As a goal of the Financial Manager, maximisation of profits is not as appropriate as maximisation of share price because maximisation of profits is not as important as:
- The decision made by the financial manager as to which wine to serve guests at the corporate Christmas party would be classified as:
- Deciding what proportion of company profits should be retained by the company for re-investment would be classified as:
- Deciding whether to raise capital through a debenture issue or by means of shares would be classified as:
- A decision relating to whether or not a segment of the company should be sold, would be classified as:
- Which of the following are disadvantages of a sole proprietorship form of business organisation?
- Wealth maximisation is superior to profit maximisation as a financial management goal, because:
- Which of the following are advantages of a sole proprietorship form of business organisation?
- Which of the following are disadvantages of a partnership form of business organisation?
- Which of the following are advantages of a partnership form of business organisation?
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This module is worth playing, even if you know nothing about finance, just in order to experience the highly creative feedback provided by its Australian author. It's the comments he makes when you are wrong that need to be experienced! McCormack 04:57, 21 July 2007 (GMT)