This CPD accredited course introduces strategic financial planning and its practical applications to situations that are typical for someone at senior management level. Delegates will be equipped to make strategic decisions and cooperate with accounting or financial experts to achieve organisational objectives.
Who Should Attend?
This course is aimed at senior managers responsible for tackling financial problems and making financial decisions that affect their respective department or organisation. This course is also ideal for managers who want to refresh and further develop their knowledge of financial planning and practices.
Delegates will gain knowledge and skills to:
- Recognise the relevance of finance and accounting both within the organisation and to stakeholders
- Undertake the financial analysis of an organisation and interpret the results in the context of making appropriate decisions
- Make valid contributions to the process of forecasting and corporate planning
- Demonstrate awareness of the financing choices available to organisations, and how financial structure should be determined
- Assess the financial risks that organisations face; in particular credit, interest and foreign exchange risk; and to be able to adopt risk-hedging strategies that suit the risk profile of the organisation concerned
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Key Course Highlights
- Strategic and business planning for corporate finance
- Interpretation of accounts and international accounting standards
- Principles of corporate finance
- Capital budgeting, discounted cash-flow valuation, risk analysis and standard techniques of financial analysis
- Strategic profitability analysis