ACCA F9 - Financial Management Study Text
This examiner-reviewed Study Text contains all you need to know for F9, featuring step-by-step guides to financial management techniques such as investment appraisal and business valuations, which many students find tricky. Exam formulae are clearly identified and explained with plenty of examples and questions for essential practice. Key terms are identified throughout to help you to learn new terminology such as beta factor and venture capital.
ACCA F9 - Financial Management Practice and Revsion Kit
The examiner-reviewed F8 Practice and Revision Kit provides you with many real exam questions as well as a suggested question plan to assist you in your revision phase. Answers include references back to the Study Text so that you can go back to the material if you need to. Additional help is provided in the form of 'Top tips' and 'Easy marks'.
ACCA F9 - Financial Management Passcards
The F9 Passcards present all the formulae and ratios that you need to learn in a visual format. They include definitions of all the important terminology in topics such as sources of finance and risk management and clearly illustrated step-by-step approaches to financial management techniques such as calculating NPV.
ACCA F9 - Financial Management i-Pass CD ROM*
Passcards for F7 are an ideal revision tool. Like the Practice & Revision Kit, they are arranged in the same topic order as the Study Text. Each topic is presented in self-contained cards giving you the key facts that you must know. These key facts then act as a structure around which other information can be aligned, aiding your recall. Passcards give you the complete formats for the financial statements, including cash flow statements. When these formats become familiar you will be able to set them down quickly and easily in the exam and save valuable time.
ACCA F9 - Financial Management Success CD
The F9 Success CD enables you to revise key concepts and techniques with straightforward explanations of each key area. Each session corresponds to an area of the syllabus so you can listen again and again to a particular session, such as risk management techniques, if you find it difficult.