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financial control

Treasury Management

management of firm's finances the policies and procedures established by an organization for managing, documenting, and reporting its financial transactions

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Definitions of ’financial control’ and meaning of ’financial control’ are from the book publication, QFINANCE – The Ultimate Resource, © 2009 Bloomsbury Information Ltd. Find definitions for ’financial control’ and other financial terms with our online QFINANCE Financial Dictionary.

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