Financial Management

Financial Management

Financial Management means planning, organizing, directing and controlling the financial activities such as procurement and utilization of funds of the enterprise. It means applying general management principles to financial resources of the enterprise.

Attached below (in PDF format) are 954 Financial Management MCQs for chapters 1 to 10

Good luck with the exams

Chapter 1:  77
Chapter 2:  77
Chapter 3:  102
Chapter 4:  101
Chapter 5:  70
Chapter 6:  104
Chapter 7:  114
Chapter 8:  101
Chapter 9:  105
Chapter 10: 103

Sample MCQ:

12) Which one of the following is an advantage enjoyed by the owner of a corporation but not by the owner of a sole proprietorship?

 

[A] unlimited liability

[B] ease of formation

[C] unlimited life

[D] double taxation

[E] limited access to capital

 

[A] :Owners of a corporation have limited liability. Review section 1.2.

[B] :A corporation is one of the more difficult organizations to form. Review section 1.2.

[C] :You are correct!

[D] :Double taxation is a disadvantage. Review section 1.2.

[E] :This is a disadvantage of a sole proprietorship. Review section 1.2.

 

 

Attached (Download link at the end) is a quiz for Financial Management chapters 5 to 9.
 
Solutions are at the end of the document
 
Happy reading :)


Example:

1) If prices are increasing at a 2% rate, what is the nominal return on an investment that is purchased for $1,300.00 and sold 1 year(s) later at $1,371.50 ?

   [ ] 5.25%

   [ ] 5.50%

   [ ] 5.75%

   [ ] 6.00%

   [ ] 6.25%

 

Hint: The necessary formula is Price(at year t)/Price(at year 0) = (1 + R)t

 

Solution:

Price(at year t)/Price(at year 0) = (1 + R)t

R = (Price(at year t)/Price(at year 0))1/t - 1

R = (1371.50/1300.00)1/1 - 1

R = 1.055 - 1

R = 0.055 = 5.50% (Answer = B)

Attached (Download link at the end) is a quiz for Financial Management chapters 4 to 10.

Solutions are at the end of the document

Happy reading :)

General Instructions:

Please form groups of 5-10 members each, and every student in this course should belong to one of the formed groups

  1. Membership in these groups should be maintained throughout this course
  2. Once formed, each group should mail a list of its members  ( those who already formed and emailed their group members list need not do that again)

 

Project # 1

Financial Statements Analysis

  1. Each group should choose one company (preferably Sudanese and listed company). If not able to find a Sudanese company with proper financial reporting, you may choose a company of other nationality.
  2. Use at least two consecutive years financial statements covering the activities of the company of your choice.
  3. Perform the following :
    • Sources and uses of cash analysis
    • Common size financial statement analysis
    • Ratio analysis encompassing:
      • Liquidity ratios
      • Activity (turnover) ratios
      • Solvency ratios
      • Profitability ratios
  4. Each group should write a logical report summarizing its findings indicating the weaknesses and strengths emerge from the analysis.
  5. The report should be well typed and free as much as possible of typing and grammatical mistakes
  6. On the cover please write the names of the members of the group who participated in the analysis and writing up of the report.
  7. The deadline for submission of the report is the day of the Mid-Term examination

 

Dr Abuzar M. A. Eljelly
Professor of Accounting and Finance
Advisor, Capital Market Authority
Saudi Arabia

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