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Articles from Financial Management (UK) (May 1, 2004)

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Ahead honchos: number-crunchers need not apply. Camilla Berens talks to people at the top to find out what qualities and experiences count most if you want to move from CFO to CEO. Berens, Camilla 1422
Alternative Investment Market roars back to life with record levels of trading activity. 340
As good as your word: the narrative element of the annual report is arguably more crucial than the financial statements, since investors are far more likely to read and understand it than the figures. As the DTI prepares to make narrative reporting compulsory, Brian Henderson offers his guide to connecting with investors, analysts and other stakeholders using plain English. Henderson, Brian 1654
Capital offensives: recent research has shown that capital allowance regulations are affecting companies' choices about leasing equipment. Kirstine Wilson explains the current trends in the UK and Europe. Wilson, Kristine 898
Catalytic converter: a predictable career clearly holds little appeal for Adrian Stock. Having quit university early to take a CIMA course and left a blue-chip firm to go it alone, he tells Esther Boateng what makes him tick. Boateng, Esther Interview 842
CIMA consults on CPD system: 'members' feedback is critical,' says CEO Charles Tilley. Berens, Camilla 494
CIMA gains use of Harvard expertise: Nigel Race explains what the ManageMentor Plus tool can offer CIMA members. 592
CIMA volunteers aid charities to global success. Brief Article 188
Copies and enlargements. Jaeger-Lenz, Andrea; Robinson, Mark Cover Story 1768
Discrimination rampant in finance as female professionals lag far behind on pay. 419
Editorial comment. Prickett, Ruth Editorial 507
Fatal reaction. Banerjea, D.N. Letter to the Editor 132
Fibre tips: asbestos exposure accounts for 5,000 fatalities a year in the UK, and the rate is forecast to double over the next two decades. This shockingly high death toll has prompted the enactment of stricter asbestos control regulations, which take effect this month. Neil Hodge asks the experts what the new legislation will require of non-domestic property owners. Hodge, Neil 1485
Firms stand by their pensions. Brief Article 286
IASB issues final part of standards package. 456
IC eye: what do businesses in developing countries mean when they talk about intellectual capital? Indra Abeysekera explains the findings of his research into how Sri Lanka's top 30 companies report on their knowledge-based assets. Abeysekera, Indra 1047
IFAC issues laundering update. Brief Article 80
Mid-market's star sectors named. Brief Article 119
Monopoly players. Krishanswamy, N. Letter to the Editor 280
Northern exposure. Brian, Telfer Letter to the Editor 222
On the starboard tack: are you a right-thinking business mind, or will you be left far behind by evolution? David Allen contrasts the old and new management styles in terms of how they use the two sides of the brain. Allen, David 896
Passed finalists face deadline. Brief Article 251
Profits and bosses. Cassell, Merrill Letter to the Editor 265
Quick, quick, slow: strong growth on both sides of the Atlantic will mean that interest rates should be rising sooner or later. David Ross explains why the US is likely to be far behind the UK in imposing an increase. Ross, David 658
Reality check for realty funds. Brief Article 187
SMEs given charitable incentive. Brief Article 202
Start-up firms brave new tax. Brief Article 143
The benefits of registering as an MIP. Allen, Mark 702
Tupe or not Tupe? Two cases in the European Court of Justice concerning transfers and early retirement suggest that trouble may be ahead for firms that have been involved in takeovers, warns Sue Nickson. Nickson, Sue 613
UK companies hit by new intra-group transfer pricing rules. 345
Warning on Basel II conformance: banks have been cautioned against a tick-box approach. Berens, Camilla 401
What about the directors? Barrett, Richard 880
When our chip comes in ... how do venture capitalists make informed decisions when appraising investments in high-tech firms whose inventions are still in the early stages of development? Gavin Reid and Julia Smith report on their CIMA-sponsored project to identify emerging practice in risk management. Reid, Gavin; Smith, Julia 2533
Why non-financials don't add up Camilla Berens reports from CIMA's annual visiting professor lecture at the LSE. 334

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