YO HAH : maybe I can help. (see my sources) because I am multi-degreed in both areas. I will try to keep the answers as short as possible, and begin with some definitions.
Financial Management, is the easiest to define (the more difficult to do correctly). It is simply that function of managing a company's funds. That includes conducting the firm's borrowing and investing activities. It generally includes determining cash in/out flows. Determining exactly WHEN a payment is made, or when an investment s/b converted to cash. Unfortunately, the whole field of accounting is job titles that have little to do with the actual job. For example, have you ever noticed that like 99.9% of bank staff are "Vice Presidents"? Of course I am just kidding, but it seems like that in the "WORLD" It makes it difficult to figureout a person's responsibility! The above is a "thumb-nail" description of Fin. Mgmt., and what some Financial Managers do.
Now, Financial Analysis - short def.: A person who is provided financial information ($$$) from the acctg. dept. He also recevies operating data from the operating departments (production dept., sales dept., etc......... He then combines certain information, deletes other info, and prepares financial reports to not only top mgmt., but he provides custom reports for each of the operating depts, which enable all to monitor and evaluate their performance, and efforts.
Over time I've seen the merging of both areas, under the supervision of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), and that is becoming more of the norm.
Hope this helps a little!
EDUC: & EXPER: BS/MBA/Ph.D./DBA. Certified as CPA/CMA/CIA. I retired as the CEO of a large Fortune 500 firm.