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Financial Management (Revised), 5th Edition

by: Clive Wilson | Bruce Keers | Andrew Medlen | Brian Walters

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Publisher: Pearson Education,01.09.09

Category: ACCOUNTING Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 1442525150
ISBN13: 9781442525153

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Institution: Hills College, Western Sydney Institute - 2014 2nd Semester
Course Code: 11349
Subject: Diploma of Accounting

Course Code: 11362
Subject: Diploma of Accounting


This new edition of Financial Managementsupports a more rounded understanding of the concepts underlying the principles and application of financial management. This enables students to undertake more complex decisions involving financial management.

This text has a strong emphasis on self-directed learning as shown by the self-test questions and answers throughout all chapters and the extensive collection of examples and worked solutions.

New To This Edition:

* Fully updated for the Sharp business/financial calculators EL738/EL735S.

Features and Benefits:

* Learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter, help students focus on key learning issues
* An overview outlines the topics to be presented in each chapter
* Summaries (linked to learning objectives), provide a succinct review of the chapter
* A new chapter provides a summary of the communication topics relevant to financial management. There is also updated and expanded content on cash budgets
* Highlighted key terms (linked to a glossary at the end of the book) make revision easier
* A comprehensive case addressing portfolio construction and the monitoring of investments

This text aids the delivery and validation of assessment through three methods of collecting evidence to prove competency. They include:

* Self-testing and end of chapter problems enabling students to assess their understanding and consolidate their skills
* Case studies clearly illustrating important principles through realistic scenarios
* Worked examples and solutions, many using a financial calculator, providing students with practical insights and assistance to develop competency.

Target Audience:

FNSACCT501B Provide financial and business performance information
FNSACCT608B Evaluate organisation's financial performance
FNSACCT609B Evaluate financial risk