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Operations Management Test, 22 questions.


Question 1: What determines the types of financial transactions of the corporation?


1. Financial transactions of each corporation are different, it is connected with the legal form of the corporation and the direction of the main activities. For example, banks are financial corporations engaged in financial transactions due to their specificity. Since it is the financial institutions, most of the operations connected with the provision of credit (credit), as the banks involved and other operations directly related to the monetary circulation. Corporations associated with leasing as the main activity involved in the provision of money not as part of income and various material objects, mainly equipment. There are also corporations that as the main activity involved in transactions related to the debt. These corporations as part of obtaining income used debt securities of corporations and institutions.

2. Financial operations of the corporation are not connected with the legal form of the corporation and the direction of its core activities.

3. Financial operations are the same corporations


Question 2. Identify the main financial operations of corporations.


1. The main financial operations of corporations: forfeiting; franchising; hedging; leasing; factoring; ekkauting; credit operations

2. The main financial operations of corporations: forfeiting; franchising; credit operations

3. The main financial operations of corporations: forfeiting; franchising; hedging; leasing; credit operations


Question 3. Forfaiting - is ...


1. Forfaiting - is to buy debt denominated in a negotiable document, the lender, on a non-recourse basis. This means that the buyer of the debt (forfeiter) undertakes refusal - forfaiting - from treatment of regressive demands to the lender if you can not obtain satisfaction from the debtor.

2. Forfaiting - is the sale of debt, which means that the debt buyer (forfeiter) undertakes the treatment of regressive demands to the lender if you can not obtain satisfaction from the debtor.

3. Forfaiting - a rejection of the appeal of regressive demands to the creditor in obtaining satisfaction from the debtor.


Question 4. The main types of forfeiting securities


1. The main type of forfeiting securities are bills - Bills and, credit.

2. The main type of forfeiting securities are bills - Bills and.

3. The main type of forfeiting securities are transferable promissory notes, letters of credit.


Question 5. Letter of credit - it's ...


1. Letter of Credit - a cash settlement or a document, which is a mission of the bank (credit institution) to produce another by means of a specially reserved payment of shipping documents for goods shipped or the bearer of the letter of credit to pay some money.

2. Letter of Credit - a monetary instrument, which is a payment of shipping documents for goods shipped.

3. Letter of Credit - a payment document, which is an order to pay the bearer of the letter of credit a certain amount of money.


Question 6. The main types of franchise


1. Traditionally, franchising is divided into the following types: sales, trade, industrial, business.

2. Traditionally, the franchise is divided into the following types - industrial, business.

3. Traditionally, franchising is divided into the following types: marketing, business.


Question 7. The main forms of franchising
Question 8: Where to use marketing franchising?


1. The sales franchise - producer of goods used for the construction of a single extensive sales network, the functioning of which is under its control

2. The sales franchise - buyer of goods used for the construction of a single extensive sales network

3. The sales franchise - is used by the bank for the construction of a single extensive sales network


Question 9. What is the trademark franchise?


1. Product franchising is a transfer of exclusive rights to the sale of products manufactured by the franchisor and under its trademark in a particular area. The franchisee is the only manufacturer of the product in the fixed territory and the exclusive representative of the brand franchisor. The main condition of the deal is that the franchisee agrees to purchase products only from their franchisor completely refuses to implement similar products of other companies that may compete.

2. Product franchising is the transfer of exclusive rights for production

3. Product franchising is a transfer of exclusive rights to purchase products


Question 10. What is the essence of corporate finance?


1. Corporate Finance - a finance company: open, a set of rules, procedures and methods, techniques and algorithms to develop and make investment decisions.

2. Corporate finance - a finance corporation (corporation) or other finance company: open or closed, a set of standardized universally accepted in the world of concepts, rules, techniques and methods, techniques and algorithms for the development and adoption of financial and investment decisions. Modern Corporate Finance - is a dynamically developing system of views on the management of the value of the corporation, its cash flows and risks - is the study of patterns, techniques, methods and techniques of financial justification of strategic decisions in corporations.

3. Corporate Finance - is a set of algorithms to develop and make investment decisions.


Question 11. What is the main objective of corporate finance?


1. The main objective of corporate finance - to minimize the increment of corporate value (cost).

2. The main objective of corporate finance - maximization of corporate value increment (value).

3. The main objective of corporate finance - minimization of corporate value.


Question 12. What is the main task of the Corporate Finance?


1. The main objective of corporate finance - investment maintenance of the joint-stock company (JSC).

2. The main objective of corporate finance - financial support for the activities of the joint stock company (JSC), the optimal balance between business profitability and financial risk management, investment decisions, assessment of the effectiveness of the portfolio.

3. The main objective of corporate finance - credit support of the joint-stock company (JSC).


Question 13. Leasing operations - it's ...

Question 14. What is the object of leasing operations?


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