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Finance Case Studies by topic

Financial statements and reporting

Limited companies (those owned by shareholders) are required by law to produce Financial Statements. These statements must be published and made available to shareholders...

The importance of accounting standards

PricewaterhouseCoopers was created in July 1998 by the merger of two firms - Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand - each with historical roots...

Trading places

In order to make judgements about business activities, individuals require information. Accounting acts as an information system by processing business data so that interested...

The role of asset management

British Aerospace is a world leader in aerospace and defence with annual sales exceeding £8 billion and an order book of more than £22...

Budgeting and strategy

What is a budget? A budget is a financial plan that sets out, using figures, an organisation's expected future results. For planning purposes, organisations can...

The benefits of budgeting

Zurich Insurance Group is a leading global provider of insurance services. Zurich’s mission is to help customers understand and protect themselves from risk. The...

Planning a budget

Davis Service Group is a large public limited company employing around 17,000 people. Its shares are quoted on the London Stock Exchange. The business is...

Controlling cash flow for business growth

CIMA is the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. Its members are trained and qualified in the vital area of management accountancy. Businesses can only...

A Comprehensive Guide to Cash Flow Management and Invoice Discounting

Financial stability is crucial to the success of businesses of all sizes. As a business owner, you must ensure that your company maintains its...

Costing aircraft components

When we think about the cost of an aircraft, we tend to think of the cost of buying the product rather than the costs...

The role of investment trusts in the capital market

The capital market enables individuals and organisations with spare capital (money which they want to invest) to channel these funds to businesses and other...

Calculating the risks in making investment decisions

Investment decisions involve weighing up the risk and the likely rewards of various options. It is often the riskiest alternatives that yield the highest...

The business mission of Britannia

Britannia is the third largest UK building society, with group assets exceeding £16 billion. Following the conversion to plc status of a number of...

Using cost benefit analysis to appraise investments

Every morning millions of people in the UK have a bath or shower, make a cup of tea and wash the dishes before they...

Investing in natural gas drilling down into the risks

Investment decisions involve weighing up the risk and the likely rewards of various options. It is often the riskiest alternatives that yield the highest...

Assessing a major infrastructure project

The development of a transportation system which links up places both within the UK and across the world has enabled people, goods and services...

Private Finance Initiatives

PricewaterhouseCoopers was created in 1998 by the merger of two firms - Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand - each with historical roots going...

Raising finance for SMEs

It was the European Commission that first coined the term ‘small and medium enterprise’ (SME) to describe businesses which employ less than 500 workers. This...