Finance for Nonfinancial Managers

This course will provide recent market insight and knowledge of basic financial principles and budgeting processes. Which is critical for the professional success of a non-financial managers.

 

Suitability - who should attend?

This course is suitable for people in management and supervisory roles. It is designed for delegates to gain an overall view of the organisation’s finances. Which will instill the skills needed to run departments more efficiently and cost effective.

Course Aims:

Delegates attending this intensive course will learn the principles of investment finance. Gain an in-depth understanding of global economics and the impact of the financial sector on economic development. Upon completing this course, delegates will also be familiar with the main principles of investment appraisal, links with the financial statements and the difference between the approach of debt and equity providers in terms of financial analysis.

Training Course Content:

  • Finance and the differences between debt and equity financing
  • Why shareholders invest and how companies increase shareholder wealth
  • The trade-off between financing risk and return and how to manage risk in finance
  • The role of accounting in finance and the importance
  • The use and application of financial statements in business
  • The principal financial statements, namely the income statement, the balance sheet and the cash flow statement
  • Concepts in investment appraisal and credit analysis in lending

Good corporate governance and the importance of compliance risk in business and finance.

Dates
16th - 27th March 2015 / 14th - 25th March 2016: London
8th - 19th June 2015 / 6th - 17th June 2016: : Dubai
19th - 30th October 2015 / 17th - 28th October 2016: London

Cost
Two weeks training: £4,100
One week course: £2,375