Activity Based Costing Finance 2E
This book, now in second edition, introduces strategic value enhancement and considers how Activity-based techniques can support this. It includes:
* a review of the different uses of Activity-based Costing within financial institutions, including the problems most frequently encountered.
* a focus on strategic value management which identifies the principal uses of Activity-based Costing and relates them to different types of financial institution
* the mechanics of calculating Activity-based costs
* an approach to implementing an Activity-based information system through 24 basic steps grouped into 6 broad phases.
With case studies, tables and chapter summaries running thriughout, Activity-based Costing in Financial Institutions provides the means to understanding the behavior of all costs within an organization and explains how these costs can be managed more effectively