“Financial analysis of corporate financial statements is more complex when listed companies are located or trade in different countries. As such, it is important that many relevant factors including political, social and economic issues

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 “Financial analysis of corporate financial statements is more complex when listed companies are located or trade in different countries. As such, it is important that many relevant factors including political, social and economic issues relating to these countries are considered when conducting any form of financial analysis.”

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Discuss, with the aid of examples, to what extent you agree with the above comments.

(Weighting 100%).

Please note:

Essays should not exceed 4,000 words in length and must be typed. In fairness to students who keep to the word limit, note that 4,000 words means 4,000 words (not, for instance, 4,000 words + 10%).

The word count should be stated and pages numbered.  Please note, in the interests of fairness to all students, it is not possible for the lecturers to comment upon or proof read individual drafts before submission.

Your essay should include a title page and a bibliography, which includes the full reference for all articles, books and other sources you have cited in the body of the text. The bibliography (and any footnotes) need not be included in the word count.

YOU MUST ALSO READ THE INFORMATION WHICH FOLLOWS:

In submitting coursework online, it must be assumed that you have read and understood the following guidelines about plagiarism.  Furthermore in doing so you are agreeing to your work being monitored by the Plagiarism Detection System if a tutor should deem it necessary to do so.

University Regulation 6.12& 6.13 states that;

6.12(a) It is an academic offence for a student to cheat in any examination, or in any other submitted part of his or her University work, whether or not such work is formally assessed.  “To cheat” includes:

(i) to copy the work of another candidate or otherwise communicate with another candidate in an examination;

(ii) to introduce any written, printed or electronically-stored information into an examination, other than material expressly permitted in the instructions for that examination;

(iii) to use the work of others (whether in written, printed or some other form) without acknowledgement, where a judgement is made that the work has been the result of serious negligence or of intention to deceive;

(iv) to repeat work previously submitted for a different assessed assignment without full acknowledgement of the extent to which that previous work has been used.

(b) It is an academic offence for a student knowingly to assist another student to cheat in any examination, or in any other piece of work, the mark for which will count either towards the student’s result for the year, or towards his or her final degree classification.

(c) Allegations of academic offences involving cheating shall be dealt with in accordance with the Progress Procedures as determined by the Senate. Previous offences shall be taken into account.

In submitting any piece of University work (e.g. dissertation, thesis, essay or report) a student shall acknowledge any assistance received or any use of the work of others.

 

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