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International Certification in Finance Management

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International Certification in Finance Management

Objective: Learning basic finance principles, tools,and applications. This course also blend updated in theory, research, real-world examples & use of technology.

Part I: introduction to Financial Management

  • An overview of Financial Management
  • Financial statements, cash flow, and taxes
  • Analysis of financial statements
  • The financial environment: markets, institutions, and interest rates

Part II: Fundamental Concepts in Financial Management

  • Risk and rates of return
  • Time value of money

Part III: Financial Assets

  • Bonds and their valuation
  • Stocks and their valuation

Part IV: Investing in long-term assets: Capital Budgeting

  • The cost of capital
  • The basics of capital budgeting
  • Cash flow estimation and risk analysis
  • Other topics in capital budgeting

Part V: Capital structure and dividend policy

  • Capital structure and leverage
  • Distributions to shareholders: dividends and share repurchases

Part VI: Working Capital Management

  • Managing current Part IV: Investing in long-term assets: capital rent assets
  • Financing current assets

Part VII: special topics in Financial Management

  • Financial planning and forecasting
  • Derivatives and risk management
  • Multinational Financial Management
  • Hybrid financing: preferred stock, leasing, warrants, and convertibles
  • Mergers and acquisitions

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