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Running head: 3-2 FINAL PROJECT SUBMISSION, PART I13-2 Final Project Submission, Part ITremayne LewisSouthern New Hampshire University
3-2 FINAL PROJECT SUBMISSION, PART I23-2 Final Project Submission, Part IAnalyze Roles and Responsibilities for ComplianceExamine“Financial management refers to the acquisition, financing and management of assets. This decision-making process is very sensitive and must be under the control of a Financial Manager to analyze external and internal variables that can affect the normal development of company activities.” (Connect Americas, 2015). Financial Managers have four main areas in the decision- making process, which is the investments area, financing, Asset Management, and finally the dividend policy. In the investments area a Financial Manager characterize the ideal size of the company. This is important to primary objective of a Financial Manager because efficient management comes from all the studies of the market that gives the company the objectives it needs to meet to be successful. Financing is important because it is essential to the continuity of the business and its future. “Sometimes the company can benefit from a combination of short- and long-term financing to meet investment and financial strategy objectives.” (Connect Americas, 2015). Asset Management is one of the main principles for a company to meet its commitments while also, putting itself in a great position to meet the objectives that has been planned for it. This is important because without it the company will lose a lot of revenue. Divided policy is very important to the company future because this is where the Financial Manager decides how much of the company’s earnings will be paid out to shareholders and how much will be put back into the company.