Financial leverageUse of debt to increase the expected return on equity. Financial leverage is measured by the ratio of debt to debt plus equity.
Financial instrumentFinancial instrument
A document, real or virtual, having legal force and embodying or conveying monetary value.
Financial institutionFinancial institution
An institution which accepts funds from the public and reinvests in bank deposits, bonds and stocks etc. These include banks and insurance companies. In the UK a building society would be included.
Financial capitalFinancial capital
The value of financial assets, as opposed to real assets such as buildings and capital equipment.
Nonfinancial servicesNonfinancial services
Such things as freight, insurance, passenger services, and travel.
Financial innovationFinancial innovation
Design of any new financial product, such as exotic currency options and swaps.
Further SuggestionsFinancial objectives
Integrated financial market
Amman Financial Market (AFM)
Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT)
Direct costs of financial distress
Financial leverage clientele
independent financial adviser
Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications
Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No 52
Corporate financial planning
Perfectly competitive financial markets
International financial institution
Combined financial statement
Indirect costs of financial distress
Financial service income
Financial Times Indices
Financial Services Authority
Financial Times (F T) Actuaries indexes
Financial Intermediaries Managers and Brokers Regulatory Association