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Finance and Management Magazine 2004

Monthly magazine from the Faculty, containing a wide range of news, views and articles on subjects such as accounting standards, outsourcing, strategy, corporate governance, marketing, tax, treasury, human factors and much more.

F&M 117, December 2004

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This issue includes: Finance directors – how to meet rising expectations, How to make capital investment decisions, What it means for you and your career, Why accountancy is good for sustainability, All’s for the worst in the worst of all possible worlds!, Making customer profitability a yardstick.

F&M 116, November 2004

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This issue includes: The new challenge for management consultancy, Why finance should go‘back to basics’, Headhunting, mentoring and networking, From outsourcing to offshoring – for SMEs, How IFRSs put brands on the balance sheet, No more merger accounting, Monetary police and interest.

F&M 115, October 2004

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This issue includes: What makes an excellent ‘virtual manager’?, Out of sight, not out of mind - for a ‘virtual’ FD, AIM-ing to please, Discriminating times – the cost of getting it wrong, IIFFRS2 – ‘no charge’ is not an option.

F&M 114, September 2004

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This issue includes: People risk and those ‘porous walls’, Facilitating innovation within the organisation, Tax avoidance disclosure – the implications, Everything you always wanted to know about PFI, A beginners’ guide to reporting acronyms, How to get the best from your people.

F&M 113, July & August 2004

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This issue includes: Being insured is just not that simple!, Ensuring the transfer price is right, How remuneration committees work, Will internal audit still exist in 2010?, Lessons from the space shuttle case, Important changes to transfer pricing, DTI issues new OFR guidelines.

F&M 112, June 2004

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This issue includes: Searching for best practice in on-line investor relations, Measuring corporate governance standards, Putting more ‘marzipan’ on the NED cake, Explaining the new pensions legislation, The great debate over pensions and retirement, Measuring total brand experience.

F&M 111, May 2004

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This issue includes: Why brand valuation matters to you, I have seen the future – and it works, When love blossoms amid the filing cabinets, How finance can help move CSR up the agenda, Enterprise governance – a delicate balance, Share-based rewards.

F&M 110, April 2004

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This issue includes: Interim management – not for the faint-hearted,‘Costless’ price changes – myth vs reality, New reporting models – the great debate, Revenue recognition changes... Apocalypse now?, The benefits of project finance, Save time – use our library services.

F&M 109, March 2004

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This issue includes: IFRS: ready, steady... think!, What use is the ‘fast close’?, Putting strategy into the balanced scorecard, Working out who really matters in business, Disputes – too much cost, too little planning, Are you ready for compulsory e-PAYE?, Support and guidance when the heat is on.

F&M 108, February 2004

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This issue includes: The unpredictable effects of ERP on multinationals, Liquidity and working capital – UK vs Europe and the US, Is your web site secure?, The troublesome new disputes procedures, Why ABC may not be the best solution, Reporting comprehensive income, How quickly is the role of finance changing?.

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