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Executive Finance and Strategy

How to Understand and Use Financial Information to Set Strategic Goals

Put finance into the context of top-level decision making and use it as a measure and predictor of successful strategy with this practical resource.
EAN: 9780749471507
Edition: 1
Format: 233x156
344 pages

About the book

Many strategies are explained as actions that will achieve the desired goals or visions of the company, but in order to predict the success of your strategy it is vital to gain an understanding of how it will impact on the financial statement. Executive Finance and Strategy works on the premise that financial models can clearly demonstrate where a particular strategy might lead, enabling you to evaluate past accounts and statements in order to respond to recent company history. It also explains how company law and ethics underpin financial statements and clarifies your responsibilities as a senior manager or director. By using finance as a record keeper and predictor of success, it helps you quantify your strategy to gain support from colleagues and take the right actions to ensure sustainable growth.

Online supporting resources for this book include tables and formulas to support financial models within the book.

About the authors

Ralph Tiffin

Ralph Tiffin is a Senior Statutory Auditor with McLachlan & Tiffin, and Director of training and consultancy where he boasts an impressive array of clients including BT, Bank of China, Telekom Malaysia and Deutsche Bank. He is author of a range of texts on financial management and is a member of ICAEW and the IOD. He frequently delivers lectures and seminars for professional bodies including ICAEW, ACCA, ICAS, IMechE and the IOD, as well as The In House Training Company. He has previously lectured for several UK universities.

More about Ralph Tiffin

getAbstract recommends his basic compilation to non-financial managers and executives seeking full access to the valuable information inside corporate financial reports.

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