Application of Financial Risk Management System in Degradation Succession Law of Ecological Environment System

Xiangqing Zou

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 949-954

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Abstract

With the depletion of traditional energy sources and the deterioration of the ecological environment, renewable new energy sources, especially wind power, have gradually become the main energy source for life production, and the ecological energy industry has also become a pillar industry of the national economy. Financial risk management is an important part of business management, which contributes to the security of capital assets and is conducive to the guarantee of financial resources, therefore, strengthening financial risk management under the new situation is not only a necessary measure for wind power enterprises to improve their management level, but also an important way for Chinese enterprises to adapt to the national strategic layout. Based on the new situation of Chinese economic development, this paper deeply analyzes the current situation of financial risks of enterprises, and puts forward corresponding countermeasures to provide a reference for the transformation and development of Chinese industry.

Keywords

financial risk management, enterprise internal control system, the ecological environment, degraded succession

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