& Financial Services
Financial Institutions provide the means and mechanisms
to redistribute resources, while financial services include
all activities involved in transformation of savings into
investment leading to capital formation. read
Demand and supply of Financial Instruments among individuals,
companies and the government. Debentures, shares, bonds
Managing Growth & Reorganisation
Channeling and managing resources to improve productivity.
Reading the environment. Formulation of a strategy for growth
through expansion, diversification, restructuring and consolidation.
Corporate Finance & Accounting
The right capital mix, investment decisions, dividend policies.
Maximising shareholders wealth; working capital management
in day-to-day operations. Financial statements, accounting
standards and disclosures. read
Multinational corporations; knowledge of foreign markets;
forex exposures; new dimensions of risk management. read
To sum up, financial management needs knowledge in all
the above areas, which are complimentary to each other.
To become a successful manager, continuous updation is essential
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