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objectives of evaluating financial conditions

How do the objectives of evaluating financial conditions differ between internal managers and credit analysts? How are their objectives similar?

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The objectives of evaluating finacial conditions differ between internal manager and credit analysts:
DIFFERENCES:
The internal managers are interested in evaluating the immediate liquity, the medium term liquidity and long term liquidity of the company. The credit analysts are interested in evaluating the ability of the company to pay dividends, return loans ...

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