Finance for Non-Finance Professionals

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In today’s diverse and everchanging business environment, it is crucial for all non-finance managers & executives to develop important financial skills. These skills will enable them to better understand and analyze financial statements, contribute effectively in the budgeting process and make positive contributions towards effective project selection. 
This program is designed to provide a strong foundation in the principles of corporate finance, approaches of corporate finance and an opportunity to apply relevant principles to practical and managerial decisions. The subject is designed to enable the participants to understand the decision making process that a company usually adopt before accepting any projects Acquisition of these skills would enable these executives to appreciate how their function fits into the overall objectives of the organization, thus enabling them to contribute positively to the organization's goal.
Learning Objectives

1. Enhance your Financial literacy and Financial vocabulary for both business & work.
2. Understanding the Basics principles of accounting and Fundamentals of finance & accounting.
3. Interpretation of Financial Statements and Ratio analysis.
4. Understand important concepts and techniques used by corporate finance professionals.
5. Understanding the Sources of Funding, Capital Structure and Cost of Capital.
6. Understand the Business Valuation ratios and Basic concepts of Business valuation.
7. Analyze Corporate investment and Financing decisions
8. Explain how Investment decisions are made using Capital budgeting decisions.
9. Understand to Budgetary planning and variance analysis.
10. Manage Cost and increase efficiency of your projects.
11. Useful Financial Tools and techniques required for effective decision making.

Content Delivery Method

Physical or Virtual

HRD Corp Certified Course


Duration and Language

2 days, available in English

Target Audience

Suitable for all levels of employees

Key Skillset Addressed

Financial Management, Accounting, Understanding Financial Statements, Financial Analysis, Planning, Budgeting, and Controlling.