This book demonstrates how shareholder value analysis has become a valuable instrument of strategy assessment. It demonstrates the ways in which management is able to align company policy with the financial goals of its shareholders and describes various methods of value--orientated company planning. Including up to date examples and case studies Shareholder Value Management in Banks represents the application of an important conceptual area to an international industry.
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