Duration 2 Days
Finance for non-finance manager’s course is designed for participants who have limited finance background knowledge. This course will provide participants with detailed understanding of basic concepts and definitions to enable them read and understand finance related documents and their implications in day-to-day workings. The courses is conducted by an experienced training consultant who have more than 15 years of industry experience with some of the world’s leading financial institutions, specializing in corporate finance, investment banking and private equity.
The course has been designed to build financial confidence of individuals and enable them to understand the financial objectives of their organization and ease the implementation into their daily tasks. After completing this course, the participants will be able to
- Read and interpret any financial statements
- Understand key ratios and their implications
- Interpret cash flow statement and its implication for overall organization
- Understand factors critical for growth of the companies
- Understand key financial terminology used in the industry
- Apply financial information to aid in effective decision making
- Understand the role of corporate budgets and goals and how they can contribute towards achieving the same
- Identify, categorize and quantify obligor credit risks and portfolio credit risks.
- Understand the methodology and procedures needed to track and manage these risks, including credit rating, rating migration, probability of default (PD), LGD, etc.
- Understand the importance of systematic and unsystematic risks and the impact of concentration & correlation in credit portfolios.
- Understand the role of credit risk in Basel Accords with specific focus on Basel III.
- Understand Credit Portfolio Analysis and the importance of Credit Loss distribution and estimation of Economic Capital. Differentiate Economic capital and regulatory capital.
- Explore various credit portfolio risk mitigations - diversification, securitization and credit derivatives.
- Develop an understanding of how excessive credit bears the risk of bubble formation & its consequences.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
All individuals who want to improve their finance effectiveness and decision making ability should attend this course
- Functional/ department heads and decision-making professionals
- Middle to senior managers from non-finance background
- Non-finance professionals from sales, marketing, human resources, operations, investor relations, productions, legal departments etc.
- IT and technical professionals and business consultants
- Any other professional who wants to build up his/her finance capabilities
- Module – 1 Basic Concepts in financial management
- Module – 2 Understanding Financial Statements - Balance Sheet and Income Statement
- Module – 3 Importance of cash flows statement - Heart of any business
- Module – 4 Ratio Analysis, Interpretation and Du-Pont Analysis
- Module – 5 Marginal Costing Principles
- Module – 6 Project Finance and Capital Budgeting
- Module – 7 Working Capital Management
- Module – 8 Step-by-step guide for understanding Annual Reports of company