From financial statement analysis to investment decisions – this 4-day course will help non-finance executives, managers and specialists from all areas of business understand even more about the interrelationships and tools of financial management, and how to actively use them.
Expertise in all facets of financial management is a core area of result-oriented management. However, this requires much more, and more importantly, something different than just the ability to correctly apply accounting principles. Only with comprehensive understanding and solid skills in using finan- cial tools and analyses, can you handle financial aspects responsibly.
Those sufficiently versed in planning and budgeting, key-performance indicator analyses or calculating return on investments, can participate in the decision-making process in the area of company finances. This 4-day course shows managers like yourself how to successfully handle these kinds tasks. It will help you lay down a foundation on which to develop your expertise here even further. It allows you to assume more responsibility in achieving financial objectives and to manage this even more efficiently.
Who should attend
Non-financial executives, heads of profit centers, managers, area and departmental managers, who have limited knowl- edge of finance and accounting, or for those who want to update their knowledge
Management professionals, young leaders and specialists from all areas of business who are increasingly engaged in financial considerations as part of planning, budgeting, investing or controlling, and who make financial decisions and need to defend those decisions
Technicians, scientists, lawyers, engineers, human-resources specialists and others, who want to get an overview of the most important aspects of corporate finance
Areas of Focus
Getting Started with Financial Management
How does corporate finance function? Tasks, and how the two are related
Reading financial statements and calculating cash-flow – a summary of tools and methods
Financing, types of financing
Planning and Budgeting
The conceptual basis of financial planning and budgeting
Assessing financial performance, looking to the future