Financial control

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Financial control

The management of a firm's costs and expenses in relation to budgeted amounts.

Financial Control

Any measure of how well a company or department controls its costs, sometimes expressed as how far under or over budget it is.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-September 5, 2017-Kyriba chosen by AmTrust to optimise financial controls around global risk and cash management operations
Managers are interested in achieving financial controls which often are preferred to monitoring business performance and evaluation of progress of a company, as company's financial objectives.
It follows a letter from Sir Jon Shortridge, chairman of Cardiff's Audit Committee, who raised concerns regarding the financial controls present in the city's schools.
NorQuest College and Northern Lakes College are among the post-secondary institutions to have been found to lack basic financial controls according to a recent report undertaken by the Auditor General of Alberta.
ON November 13, we reported that the charity commissioners are examining the financial controls of Maelor Voluntary Services which runs five cafe outlets in the Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
COSO's guidance, Internal Control over Financial Reporting--Guidance for Smaller Public Companies, offers smaller public companies previously unavailable, but much needed, direction about how to design and implement cost-effective internal financial controls.
based maker of financial controls management software that has been used primarily for Sarbanes-Oxley internal control compliance, has launched a product designed for an enterprise approach to risk management.
Responsible for all accounting and financial controls, budgeting analyses and human resources, Helen plays a significant role in the day-to-day operations at KOR.
These firms have done so by taking a broader perspective beyond financial controls when addressing enterprise risk management.
The association, founded in 1998, offers advice on bookkeeping, internal financial controls, risk assessment, employment issues, value-added tax, data protection and tax-efficient giving.
Publicly traded corporations must implement and document internal financial controls that will ensure that their financial statements provide a fair and accurate representation of the business and its operating results.
has appointed Nick Kormeluk vice president of investor relations and has named Renee Bergquist to the newly created position of director of financial controls.

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