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IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers Could Signal Major Changes to Contracts (June 2014) | Financial Management
by Geoffrey Baring

In late May, 2014, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) issued the new accounting standard IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers which is to be operative from the beginning o ...[ Read More ]

Be financially disciplined to avoid a debt trap (June 2011) | Financial Management
by Deepak Jain

With an economy flooded with irresistible consumer items and services it is difficult to withstand the urge to buy things on credit, so many people find themselves getting into debt. One never know ...[ Read More ]

Will Financial Managers be Innovators or Strangulators? (November 2008) | Financial Management
by Dr. E. Ted Prince

Is this title a possible description of what the past few years have brought and what will happen in the future? Financial managers need to make sure that they and regulators do not fall victim to the oldest trick in the book – excess in one direction followed by an equal and opposite excess, in the other. ...[ Read More ]

Making Sense of Market Liquidity – Hip Word and Culprit of our Time (October 2008) | Financial Management
by Dr. Gordian Gaeta

Anyone reading the financial press these days comes across the word ‘liquidity’ alone or in combination, e.g., liquidity gap, liquidity risk, liquidity injection etc more often than the previous favorite expression ‘sub prime’ and its combinations. As such, liquidity has easily become the most misused economic term of recent months. Liquidity seems to be the cause, the solution, the destination, the journey and the process to address the current financial upheaval. ...[ Read More ]

Alternative Leadership – The Need for a Grand Unified Theory (August 2008) | Financial Management
by Dr. E. Ted Prince

Current leadership theories are outdated; new disciplines and disruptive changes call for a Grand Unified Leadership Theory. ...[ Read More ]

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