- Financial Management for Non Finance Manager
This training enables participants to :
- Understand cost behavior concepts and budget control
- Use various financial reporting analytical tools
- Use financial information to help facilitate business operations
- Understand corporate financial structures.
Non-finance managers and anyone who needs to learn about financial functions and how to use financial data.
Scope of Learning
- Fund management and efficiency
- Capital flows and profit planning
- Measuring profitability, liquidity and asset efficiency
- Techniques to read financial reports
- Financing methods, with costs and benefits
- Budget planning, implementation and efficiency
- Management information efficiency
- Financial Statement Analysis
- Master the techniques and tools of financial report analysis, and understand the different patterns of financial report analysis
- Understand how to use the information from a financial report analysis to benefit a company’s financial situation and operational results.
- Managers responsible for a company’s finances
- Executives who want to learn how to analyze financial reports
- Bank executives/credit analysis.
Scope of Learning
- Main targets of financial report analysis
- Sources of financial report analysis
- Tools of financial report analysis
- Financial report analysis as a tool for measuring a company’s performance
- Operational decisions from a financial perspective
- Corporate Valuation
Corporate valuation is being increasingly acknowledged as one of the main management tools in the corporate decision-making process. It has proven itself a very useful tool for both outside and inside investors.
Outside investors can use corporate valuation as an analysis tool to help them decide when to buy, sell or hold an asset. Inside investors can use it to evaluate business strategies and value enhancement. These business strategies include important investment decisions, like mergers, acquisitions and growth. With value enhancement, business managers can identify factors that can improve a company’s performance, reflected in the value of that company.
This two-day training will help participants develop their ability to conduct corporate valuations. This ability can help improve the quality of their financial and strategic decisions.
After completing this program, participants will :
- Understand the context of corporate valuation
- Understand several different valuation methods
- Understanding of the strength and weaknesses of each valuation method and when is the right time to use these different methods
- Skill to use corporate valuation as an important tool in business decision making
- Better knowledge of value enhancement.
This program is suitable for, but not limited to :
- Executives involved in corporate financial and strategic decision-making
- Consultants who provide financial and valuation consulting services
- Securities analysis who want to improve their knowledge of fundamental analysis.
Scope of learning
Valuation and Business Strategy
- Valuation for Inside Investor and Outside Investor
- Business Landscape and Strategy
- Information Analysis and Financial Statement
- Key Value Drivers
- The Fundamental Analysis Process and DCF
- Relative Valuation
- Special Cases in Valuation
Discounted Cash Flow Valuation
- Risk and Return Analysis
- Estimating Discount Rate
- Identifying Free Cash Flow
- Forecasting Free Cash Flow
- Determining Terminal Value
Advanced Issues in Valuation
- Valuation for Mergers and Acquisitions
- Valuation Enhancement: DCF, EVA, CFROI