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Finance and Management Magazine 2005

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 128, December 2005

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This issue includes: Financial reporting - the case against convergence, Finance at the op of the leaderboard, Implications of the Corporate Manslaughter Bill, Soaring costs, emission penalties and alternatives, Developing excellence in finance teams, Flat tax - does it have va-va-voom, Has lifetime value got long to live?

F&M 127, November 2005

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This issue includes: The OFR - a new regime for UK companies, Networking for sceptics and wallflowers, How to renegotiate outsourcing contracts, Tapping into business expertise, The great spreadsheet debate (part 2), What the third EC money laundering directive means, Why a woman's place is in the boardroom, Revenue recognition under IFRS.

F&M 126, October 2005

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This session includes: What business members really want, Technology tools win executives' votes, The challenges facing finance directors, Hands-on experience to benefit the membership, DOn't forget: reflect, act and impact, Employment law for business - a round up.

F&M 125, September 2005

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This issue includes: IFRS - ther's no time to sit back and relax!, From projects to profits - avoiding Hollywood!, RFID - can this new and popular tool really deliver?, It's time to budget better!, Benchmarking - the time we take to plan, 'Simplifying' the taxation of pensions.

F&M 124, July & August 2005

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This issue includes: The practical issues of complying with 'SarBox', Swings and rounadbouts in raising finance, ICAEW guidance - unlawful acts, Getting up-to-date on business tax issues, Fire-fighting in foreign territories, How to beat the workplace bullies, Handling hedging under FRS 26.

F&M 123, June 2005

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This issue includes: How the Cobra founder became a prize-winner, Finance directos - the reality, Time for FDs to break free of Excel's spell!, Many big companies are ignorant of sanctions, Meeting short-term liquidity needs, Measures to avoid perverse performance.

F&M 122, May 2005

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This issue includes: Moderating the profit motive - the CSR debate, The environment and the bottom line, Is the 'good company' really a good thing?, Key features of the new Pensions Act, The many roles of accountants in business, How Mango bears fruit for accountants, When clamping down too hard can cause a problem, Measurement of financial instruments.

F&M 121, April 2005

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This issue includes: Risk management - are you paranoid enough?, Top tips on inspirational leadership, Migrating the back office offshore, How good is your software, How Basel II will affect finance-seeking SMEs, Figuring out an arts-based career, Communicating the effect of IFRS, What new audit standards mean for business, Financial instruments and UK accounting.

F&M 120, March 2005

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This issue includes: Family firms - providing better shareholder value?, Pitfalls of the legacy retailer, From outsourcing to offshoring, How to avoid the 'set-up-to-fail' syndrome, How boards are starting to measure up, Better leadership by building trust, Look at strategy from the inside out.

F&M 119, February 2005

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This issue includes: The practical challenge of IFRS, Ensuring marketing strategies create value, UK firms - all tied up in red tape, How training can boost the bottom line, Building success in a publishing adventure, How segregation can fight treasury fraud, Breakthrough? Or simply better innovation?

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