Managers climbing the corporate ladder find the further they go the more they need to understand the concepts and jargon of finance, both for internal decision making and external interaction with investors, bankers and the City.

It is normally the case that managers have not received any formal training in finance. Furthermore, they are not in a position to take time out from the business to dedicate themselves to study. So what they need is a guide that will allow them to absorb and apply the essential tools of finance while they continue with their executive responsibilities. This book is that guide.

It is designed to be comprehensive, crystal-clear and directed at real world problem solving. It is rigorous without over-burdening ...

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