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nonfinancial

(ˌnɒnfɪˈnænʃəl; ˌnɒnfaɪˈnænʃəl)
adj
not related to finance
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.nonfinancial - not involving financial matters
financial, fiscal - involving financial matters; "fiscal responsibility"
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Ittner and Larcker's (1995) results suggest that information and reward systems that place greater emphasis on nonfinancial information are associated with higher accounting returns in organizations making relatively little use of TQM practices, but not in organizations with extensive TQM programs.
In addition, 81% of respondents say companies do not adequately disclose nonfinancial risks that could affect their business.
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She reported receiving grants and nonfinancial support from Pfizer, and nonfinancial support from Arena Pharmaceuticals.
User data compiled by social media companies is not audited, and there is little consistency in the way companies determine these nonfinancial metrics (such as Facebook "likes").
Some of the influencing factors that fall under this theme include the greater demand for nonfinancial information, increased use of data to drive decisions, and the need to communicate future value.
A foreign entity that would otherwise be treated as a financial institution and required to register as a participating FFI may be treated as an excepted nonfinancial group entity, and therefore a nonfinancial foreign entity (NFFE), if the entity is a treasury center or holding company (as defined).
The recent stratospheric market valuations of a number of social media companies seem to be supported more by nonfinancial metrics that purportedly capture user growth and engagement than by more traditional financial measures, such as profitability.
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