Department of Accounting and Auditing, Banking University,
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The corporate sector plays an essential function in the economic outlook of any country. The corporate culture depends on attitudes, beliefs and management’s values, education and work experience and their impact on corporate decision making processes. In actual fact, finance is one of the most crucial roles of any corporate. Not only is finance a good barometer of the health of the organisation overall, but it also holds a vital role in managing organisation growth. Whether growth is attributable to a larger market capitalisation, and increase employee, a new location, a new product or service offering, or a new demographic, finance is the enabler of such opportunities. This has given rise to unstoppable discussions on the effect of financial management practices and characteristics on organisational performance.
This special issue is to advance the dissemination of advanced research in the area of financial management that can fulfill the research gaps in the related fields. Therefore, we welcome original contributions in all relevant areas, including but are not limited to the following topics; new orientations in this field are particularly encouraged:
1. The role and responsibility of senior financial executive/advisor in meeting conflicting needs of stakeholders 2. Financial strategy formulation 3. Conflicting stakeholder interests 4. Ethical issues in financial management 5. Impact of environmental issues on organisational objectives and on corporate governance 6. Economic environment for multinational organisations 7. Investment appraisal and their financial and strategic consequences, both domestically and internationally 8. Working capital management 9. Acquisitions and mergers as an alternative growth strategy 10. Alternative corporate re-organisation strategies 11. Risk management 12. Potential impact of emerging issues in finance and financial management 13. Developments in world financial markets 14. Developments in international trade and finance 15. Developments in Islamic financing