公司理财试题1

公司理财试题1

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Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Management CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Financial Management I. DEFINITIONS Topic: CORPORATE CONTROLLER 1. The corporate officer generally responsible for tasks related to tax management, cost accounting, financial accounting, and data processing is the: A) Corporate Treasurer. B) Director. C) Corporate Controller. D) Chairman of the Board. E) Vice President of Operations. Answer: C Topic: CORPORATE TREASURER 2. The corporate officer generally responsible for tasks related to cash and credit management, financial planning, and capital expenditures is the: A) Corporate Treasurer. B) Director. C) Corporate Controller. D) Chairman of the Board. E) Vice President of Operations. Answer: A Topic: CAPITAL BUDGETING 3. The process of planning and managing a firm's long-term investments is called: A) Working capital management. B) Financial depreciation. C) Agency cost analysis. D) Capital budgeting. E) Capital structure. Answer: D Topic: CAPITAL STRUCTURE 4. The mixture of debt and equity used by the firm to finance its operations is called: A) working capital management. B) financial depreciation. C) agency cost analysis. D) capital budgeting. E) capital structure. Answer: E Ross/Westerfield/Jordan, Essentials of Corporate Finance, 4/e 1
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Management Topic: WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT 5. The management of the firm's short-term assets and liabilities is called: A) Working capital management. B) Financial depreciation. C) Agency cost analysis. D) Capital budgeting. E) Capital structure. Answer: A Topic: SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP 6. A business owned by a single individual is called a(n): A) Corporation. B) Sole proprietorship. C) Partnership. D) Closed receivership. E) Open structure. Answer: B Topic: PARTNERSHIP 7. A business formed by two or more individuals or entities is called a(n): A) Corporation. B) Sole proprietorship. C) Partnership. D) Closed receivership. E) Open structure. Answer: C Topic: CORPORATION 8. A business created as a distinct legal entity composed of one or more individuals or entities is called a(n): A) Corporation. B) Sole proprietorship. C) Partnership. D) Closed receivership. E) Open structure. Answer: A Topic: PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT 9. The division of profits and losses between the members of a partnership is formalized in the: A) Indemnity clause. B) Indenture contract. C) Statement of purpose. D) Partnership agreement. E) Group charter. Answer: D Ross/Westerfield/Jordan, Essentials of Corporate Finance, 4/e 2
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Management Topic: ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION 10. The document that legally establishes domicile for a corporation is called the: A) Indenture contract. B)
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course ACCOUNTING 1204 taught by Professor Chang during the Spring '11 term at Nanjing University.

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