This course aims to summarise the process of making informed decisions in three
key areas: investment, financing and operations. Banking professionals responsible
for evaluating management success in these areas can turn to this curriculum for
a set of crucial financial statement analysis techniques, culminating in business
You will learn why financial analysis is performed, how it is done and who uses the
results. It is designed to allow you to be able to analyse and interpret financial data,
perform financial analysis and report the findings to key stakeholders.
With an in-depth understanding of cash flow statements, managers and executives will be able to analyse the profitability of the organisation from the point of view of its operating dynamics rather than the value of its assets.
This workshop will enable non-finance professionals to walk away with a sound knowledge of how to analyse financial statements, understand the framework for making business financing decisions and efficient working capital management.
This course aims at developing advanced skills required to interpret, analyze and assess financial information presented in Consolidated Financial Statements prepared according to the required governing standards.
The objective of consolidation is to enhance the relevance, reliability and comparability of the information that a parent entity provides in its separate financial statements and in its consolidated financial statements for a group of entities under its control.
This program is designed to provide the participants with a comprehensive understanding of treasury management strategies, techniques and tools, so as to enable participants to provide risk management services for corporate and private banking customers.
This course aims at to help participants in monitoring cash flow reports is the process of monitoring, analyzing, and adjusting your business’ cash flows. For small businesses, the most important aspect of cash flow management is avoiding extended cash shortages, caused by having too great a gap between cash inflows and outflows
Financial planning is the task of determining how a business will afford to achieve its strategic goals and objectives. Usually, a company creates a Financial Plan immediately after the vision and objectives have been set. The Financial Plan describes each of the activities, resources, equipment and materials that are needed to achieve these objectives, as well as the time frames involved.
Performing Financial Planning is critical to the success of any organization. It provides the Business Plan with rigor, by confirming that the objectives set are achievable from a financial point of view. It also helps the CEO to set financial targets for the organization, and reward staff for meeting objectives within the budget set.
In this 2-day programme, we will look at what endorsing financial and treasury management policies, systems, budgets and plans entails. The key topics covered in this programme include:
- Setting organisational budget plan direction and aligning it to overall organisational strategic plans.
- Reviewing organisational financial and treasury management policies, systems, budgets and plans to evaluate their effectiveness in increasing business value.
- Evaluating financial implications of financial and treasury management policies, systems, budgets and plans on the organisation.
- Advising senior management on refinements to financial and treasury management policies, systems, budgets and plans.
- Evaluating financial and treasury management policies, systems, budgets and plans for endorsement purposes.