Finance Essentials by Scott Moeller

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Finance Essentials is aimed primarily at those serious about the importance of continuous education – from university through their entire careers. It is excellent background reading, and focuses on key knowledge areas that a finance professional needs to do his job well.
Finance Essentials is organized into the following sections: Auditing & Corporate Governance, Strategic Management, Risk Perspectives, Business Finance, Financial Statement Analysis and CSR and includes:
• Over 60 Best Practice articles: a selection of the top articles from the thought leaders in finance, guiding the way through financial jungle.
• 40+ step-by-step guides to key finance tasks, from hedging interest rates to calculating your total economic capital.
• Over 50 key ratios and calculations to monitor the financial health of a firm.
• 5000 jargon-free definitions of thousands business and finance terms
• Profiles of the great minds behind modern finance – their lives, thoughts and the practical applications of their theories
 

About Scott Moeller

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Editor Scott Moeller is professor in the practice of finance and the founder and director of the M&A Research Centre at Cass Business School, London. He is the author of several best-selling business books and a former senior executive at Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley. While at Deutsche Bank, Professor Moeller held roles as global head of the corporate venture capital unit, managing director of the Global eBusiness division, and managing director responsible for worldwide strategy and new business acquisitions, and while at Morgan Stanley was based first in New York and then Tokyo and Frankfurt. Prior to his career in investment banking, he was a management consultant with Booz, Allen & Hamilton (now Booz & Co). He has been a nonexecutive director of several nonprofit and financial services companies in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Continental Europe.
 
Published March 15, 2012 by Bloomsbury Academic. 704 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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