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Fundamentals of Finance Accounting Budgeting




Who Should Attend?

The ability to comprehend how finance and accounting impact the strategic decision making has become critical for every role at a managerial level in the organization. This course is ideal for financial executives, financial analysts, financial controllers, accountants and other potential professionals active in the strategic planning process. It is also ideal for executives in non-finance roles or in such departments as:

  • Operations
  • Human resources
  • Consulting
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Product Development
  • Strategic Planners
  • Project Management
  • Logistics

Course Objectives:

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Manage Strategic financial analysis with regards to currency risk management and interest rate and present the information in an appropriate pattern
  • Associate strategic planning procedures with performance management, cost and budgeting
  • Understand the concepts and planning of Financial statements like income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement
  • Understand the costs behavior
  • Identify and acknowledge the impacts of emerging financial issues
  • Apply the strategic practices of financial management
  • Link the financial and non-financial elements of strategic decision analysis
  • Critically analyze the impact of macro-economics and the role of financial institutions
  • Execute the technique of discounted cash flow (DCF) for capital budgeting and analysis of capital project investment using internal rate of return (IRR) and net present value (NPV)
  • Assist the goals achievement and objectives with adhoc resource allocation


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