From the Inside Flap
binges together some of the best articles from leading writers in the field of financial strategy. The increases emphasis on adding value for organisations is reflected in the writings in this book, each of which looks at a particular aspect of how to add value: through investment, financing, and risk management. This volume also covers the debate on corporate governance and performance measurement and reflects both the coming together of issues in accounting and finance as well as the application of financial strategy to organisations in the private and public sectors worldwide.
From the Back Cover
Significantly revised and updated, this second edition of Financial Strategy
is vital reading not only for MBA and advanced undergraduate students of Financial Strategy and Financial Management, but also for finance professionals.
The majority of articles and case studies in this edition are new and reflect recent developments in financial strategy, which have added value to organisations and improved their performance.
Combining both finance and accounting articles and covering the public and private sectors, the book addresses issues relevant to UK and US listed companies as well as an international audience.
Key themes addressed are:
- Trends in finance theory
- Adding value through investment, financing and risk management
- Measuring performance
- Corporate governance
Financial Strategy, Second Edition is a course reader for the Open University Business School MBA courses Financial Strategy (B821) and Issues in International Finance and Management (B854).