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Financial policy

Criteria describing a corporation's choices regarding its debt/equity mix, currencies of denomination, maturity structure, method of financing investment projects, and hedging decisions with a goal of maximizing the value of the firm to some set of stockholders.
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HE Younis Haji Al Khooristressed the pivotal role that theGovernment Financial Policy Coordination Council playsin coordinating and developing financial policies that improve the financial systems and enhance the UAE's competitiveness levels.
Dubai: The UAE Ministry of Finance held a workshop on financial coordination at a federal level as part of its efforts to raise standards of financial management and enhance financial policy integration across different emirates.
Abdelnour is also Founder & Chairman of the Board of the Financial Policy Council.
Expanding the number of tools at the Financial Policy Committee's disposal will ensure that the buy-to-let sector can continue to make an important contribution to our economy, while allowing the regulator to address any potential risks to financial stability.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said: We thank Dame Clara for her important contribution as a founding member of the statutory Financial Policy Committee.
The British finance ministry has appointed a US academic, Anil Kashyap, to serve on the Bank of England's Financial Policy Committee, according to Reuters.
Finally, a financial policy should be labeled with its dates of adoption and subsequent amendment(s).
The decision by the Financial Policy Committee was widely expected in light of the bank's efforts to not increase the burden of domestic debt service, whereby increasing income prices in CBE leads to increasing the income prices of the treasury bills and bonds issued by the state to cover the budget deficit, according to Dalia Wahba, vice chairman of the treasury sector in the Arab Investment Bank (AIB).
Ziad Abdelnour and the Financial Policy Council co-sponsored with the Hudson Institute - one of Washington's premier think tanks - a series of 12 events over a 3 month period back in 2011 dealing with fiscal and monetary policy.
This, according to him, has led to the need to rethink financial policy as to see how to implement it commonly.
They said the finance ministry was responsible for adopting sound financial policy.
HP's annual stock buybacks far exceeding discretionary cash flow are further signs of this more aggressive financial policy.

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