This interactive 4-day course has been designed to offer financial and nonfinancial managers from corporations and financial institutions a full compliment of tools to use most effectively in their daily activities while tying them to the overall strategy of the organisation. The course will enable participants to perform sophisticated analysis and interpret financial information for decision-making and financial planning from an internal and external perspective. It will cover the differing perspectives of analysis of financial performance - from an investor’s point of view, from a credit agencies point of view and from a shareholders point of view and then take, the lessons learned and apply them to their own internal operations. By clearly tying day-to-day functions to the organizational goals by measuring the financial achievements, each participant will be able to improve their ability to make improved decisions that are an integral part of every company's ultimate success or failure. The programme will include detailed analysis of the planning process, the relevant accounting, and financial methods employed by successful organizations for evaluating the health and overall performance of an enterprise. How to sustain performance for the long-view by allocating capital resources efficiently and effectively, while maintaining profitability, liquidity and solvency with the appropriate cash management and cash flow analysis including long- term planning and variance analysis.