Analysis on Corporate Financial Engineering and Financial Management Innovation

  • Yuxuan Liu School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology
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Keywords: Financial Management, Financial Engineering, Avoidance Principle


Corporate financial engineering refers to the use of advanced mathematical and communication techniques to solve financial problems for the maximization of company’s own interests. The techniques are used for innovative designs regarding financial tools and means, and also for devising and implementing financial products. As for corporate financial management, it is the basic guarantee for operating a company. For both the company and its internal and external activities, the support from financial management is inseparable. Financial management is an important link to balance the benefits and costs generated in the process of corporate operation. This article analyzes and explores the effects of the application of financial engineering in financial management.


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How to Cite
Liu, Y. (2020). Analysis on Corporate Financial Engineering and Financial Management Innovation. Financial Forum, 9(3), 141-144.
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