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  • Understandable financial management
  • Khumalo R
  • ISBN: 9781919876030
  • eISBN: N/A
  • ePub ISBN: N/A
  • 140 Pages | Published: 2001

A textbook with focus on the mastering of the theory of financial management. Presents concepts with narrative examples that are simple, easy to understand and practical. Aimed at students doing an introductory course in financial management at BCom level or equivalent and business practitioners, but also designed to accommodate the layperson reading purely for information.

Topics covered include the following:

  • Forecasting financial requirements
  • Determining optimal capital structure
  • Merger analysis
  • Measurement of portfolio returns and risk - capital asset pricing model
  • Dividend policy theories and practice
  • Working capital financing policies
  • Effective cash management
  • Credit evaluation techniques
  • Inventory control systems
  • Ownership of shares and equity distribution 

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