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Nature of the ACCA F9 paper
ACCA F9 Paper – Financial Management – is concerned with managing the finances of a business. Some topics were introduced in Paper F2, particularly discounted cash flow and inventory control. These, and other new topics, are examined at a higher level.
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Past F9 Exam Questions for Practice
All Past F9 Questions are good for practice.
Here is a list of good for practice questions for Paper F9 from OLD paper 2.4 Syllabus
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December 2002 – Q4 – Leaminger – Lease & Buy / Capital rationing
June 2003 – Q1 – Springbank – NPV / ratios
June 2003 – Q3 – Velm – working capital management
June 2003 – Q4 – Tagna – efficient markets etc
December 2003 – Q1 – Doe – working capital management
December 2003 – Q3 – Basril – Capital rationing
June 2004 – Q1 – Nespa – NPV etc
June 2004 – Q2 – Blin – working capital management
June 2004 – Q4 – Arwin – Gearing
December 2004 – Q3 – Tirwen – rights issues etc
December 2004 – Q5 – Umunat – risk and uncertainty
June 2005 – Q1 (not part (d)) – ARG – NPV / foreign exchange
June 2005 – Q4 – RZP – shareholders ratios
June 2005 – Q5 – TNG – working capital management
December 2005 – Q1 (not part (e)) – BFD – NPV etc
December 2005 – Q4 – AGD – lease and buy
December 2005 – Q5 – Thorne – cash budget
June 2006 – Q1 – Merton – working capital / sources of finance
June 2006 – Q5 – Charm – NPV
December 2006 – Q1 – Hendil – sources of finance
December 2006 – Q2 – Replacement / capital rationing
December 2006 – Q3 – Anjo – working capital management
June 2007 – Q1 (not part (e)) – GTK – NPV / sources of finance
June 2007 – Q4 – TFR – sources of finance
June 2007 – Q5 – PNP – working capital management / foreign exchange
ACCA F9 Exam Tips June 2014
NPV with inflation and tax / Internal Rate of Return / Capital Rationing
Working capital – cash management + written on overtrading and funding of working capital
Weighted average cost of capital + CAPM / Business valuation
a) Sources of finance / rights issue
b) Foreign exchange risk management
Tips are only intelligent guesses.
Their only purpose is to give you suggestions for topics to concentrate on in your last few days of preparation. Do not exclude other topics from your overall preparation.
Examiners Recommended Reading
D Watson, A Head, Corporate Finance: Principles and Practice (3rd edition)
FT Prentice Hall
A Griffiths, D Wall,Applied Economics (10th edition)
FT Prentice Hall
J Van Horne, J Wachowitz, Fundamentals of Financial Management (12th edition)
FT Prentice Hall
These books are recommended by the examiner . If you are having problems with a particular paper, or if you want to do extra reading out of interest, then you might them useful.The most efficient way of obtaining them is from Amazon in the UK.