Corporate financial management


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Corporate financial management

The application of financial principles within a corporation to create and maintain value through decision-making and proper resource management.

Corporate Financial Management

The act or practice of developing strategies and plans and making investment decisions that positively affect the operations of a corporation. Corporate financial management involves setting goals, planning how to achieve them, and, perhaps most importantly, deciding the best way to pay for them.
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