FINANCIAL

FINANCIAL is the weekly English-language newspaper with offices in Tbilisi, Georgia and Kiev, Ukraine. Published by Intelligence Group LLC, FINANCIAL is focused on opinion leaders and top business decision-makers; It's about world’s largest companies, investing, careers, and small business. It is distributed in Georgia and Ukraine. Declared circulation of the newspaper in Georgia is 5 000 and 10 000 of special editions. Zviad Pochkhua, President of Independent Association of Georgian Journalists (member of IFJ ) and former Director and Chief Editor of Georgian Times publications holds the position of the Editor-in-Chief.

On June 5, 2007 Intelligence Group ltd (Ukraine) obtained a licence for publishing FINANCIAL weekly newspaper in Ukraine. Registration N: 12828-1712p

FINANCIAL (The FINANCIAL) is registered trade mark of Intelligence Group ltd in Georgia and Ukraine. Trade mark registration by Sakpatenti (Registration date: October 24, 2007) Registration N: 85764 Trade mark registratrion by Ukrainian State Register body (Registration date: November 14, 2007)

in March 2011 The FINANCIAL first in Georgia introduced QR mobile codes on its printed edition, allowing readers to scan and read articles on their mobile phones.

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Financial Regulation
... Financial regulation is a form of regulation or supervision, which subjects financial institutions to certain requirements, restrictions and guidelines, aiming to ...
William Shirley - Early Life
... (about £10,000), he cultivated an expensive lifestyle, and suffered significant financial reverses in the depression of 1721 ... The financial demands of his large family (he and Frances had eight children by 1731) prompted him to seek an appointment in the North American colonies ... His early efforts to influence the financial policy of the legislature and induce them to grant him a regular salary were unsuccessful ...
Financial Audit - Commercial Relationships Versus Objectivity
... The auditing firm's responsibility to check and confirm the reliability of financial statements may be limited by pressure from the audited company, who pays the ... the accuracy, relevancy, and completeness of the company's financial statements ... Examples are more direct incentive compensation awards and financial statement insurance approaches ...
Financial Audit
... A financial audit, or more accurately, an audit of financial statements, is the verification of the financial statements of a legal entity, with a view to express an audit opinion ... The audit opinion is intended to provide reasonable assurance that the financial statements are presented fairly, in all material respects, and/or give a ... enhance the degree of confidence of intended users in the financial statements ...
Financial Audit - Stages of An Audit
... A financial audit is performed before the release of the financial statements (typically on an annual basis), and will overlap the year-end (the date which the ...

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