FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT COURSE
IMPROVE YOUR FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SKILLS NOW
- Financial Management course students will learn the operational activity of a business that is responsible for obtaining and effectively utilizing the funds necessary for efficient operations through effective planning, directing, controlling, and administering of the monetary resources of an organization.
- Four ways to learn: public class, webinar, self-study, or on-site training.
- Learn from a professional with 30+ years of business experience.
- Public class and webinar limited to four students for maximum learning.
- Certificate issued upon completion.
- Cost: Two Day Class $1399.00. Available Discounts.
- Public Class and Webinar Schedule located in right column.
Financial Management Course Description
Financial statements, whether internal or external, summarize a company’s operating results and financial position at a point in time. Analyzing these statements provides insight into:
• How well the company has managed its liquidity position
• How effectively it used and financed its assets • Whether it had a proper balance between debt and equity financing compared to peers
• How well it controlled operating and financing costs
• Whether the profit it earned was satisfactory in relation to the levels of revenue it experienced and the investment in assets that support its operations
Financial statements are records of historical performance that provide insight into how markets form performance expectations and place a value on the company. In addition, many companies must file financial statements quarterly and annually with various regulatory agencies. For both reasons, it is important financial statements be prepared carefully and accurately.
External financial statements are the primary basis from which an organization’s external constituencies form opinions about its financial condition and management effectiveness. Lenders analyze statements to see if the company has been managed prudently so debts can be repaid. Equity investors examine statements for operating effectiveness and profit earned on their investments. Suppliers look to financial statements to see if the company has adequate liquidity and cash flow to pay for purchases. Internal financial statements are used by owners and staff to manage the day-to-day operation of an organization.
They are used for analyzing the organization’s performance and position, in order to take appropriate measures to improve overall results. Vendors also use statement analysis to help determine a potential customer’s creditworthiness, to assess competitors’ operating and financing policies, to compare the company’s financial performance with the stock market’s assessment of its performance, and to identify and evaluate candidates for acquisition or merger.
Overwhelmed and don’t know where to start?
If you are experiencing problems with any of the following, we can help:
- unprecedented growth
- supply chain issues
- cash management issues
- introduction of new technologies
- development of a company mission statement or S&OP
- poor customer service
- poor internal training development
- declining or stagnant sales
- high employee turn-over
- no accountability for managers
Our account managers can work with you to improve the performance of your workforce in two ways:
- Our account managers can help you put together a comprehensive employee training program proven to be one of the best returns on investment there is.
- A business consultant to provide expert advice in a particular area such as management and leadership, accountancy, human resources, customer service, finance, or supply chain management.
Financial Management Course CPE Credits DIsclosure
Recommended CPE credit: 16
Recommended field of study: Accounting
Program level: Advanced.
Advance preparation: None
Additional disclosure information
Financial Management Course Outline
Module 1: Financial Accounting and Reporting
Accounting Concepts and Standards
Financial Reporting Statements
Accounting for Derivatives, Hedges, and Foreign Exchange(FX) Translation
Accounting for U.S. Governmental and Not-For-Profit (G/NFP) Organizations
Module 2: Financial Planning and Analysis
Developing Operating and
Financial Statement Analysis
Financial Analysis and Rating Agencies
Module 3: Financial Decisions and Management
Capital Structure of a Company
Raising and Managing Long-Term Capital
Cost of Capital and Firm Value
Lease Financing and Management
Equity Financing and Management
Other Topics in Financial Decisions
Each Student Receives:
- A student manual or textbook for use during and after the class.
- Instruction from an experienced business professional (minimum of 30 years) with at least five years in a corporate senior management position (CEO, President, COO, Vice President, CFO).
- Real life exercises to support training materials.
- Individual attention (classes are limited to four students).
- Personalized Certificate of Completion.
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