Aim of finance function, Financial Management

AIM OF FINANCE FUNCTION

The fundamental aims of a modern finance function are:

  • Acquiring enough funds when required at lower cost.
  • Proper use of funds in projects with highest return and lowest risk.
  • Maximizing the concern's value.
  • Increasing profitability
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