Fundamentals of Finance for Non-Financial Managers This course will provide you with a solid foundation in the

principles of finance as they apply in the real world, without resorting to jargon. You will develop an understanding of how finance works in business, how finance measures performance, how financial decisions impact upon performance, how to set and manage budgets and how to use finance skills to drive a business forward. Workshop Objectives The workshop is designed to deliver a number of significant outcomes, including:

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Understand the scope, methodology and language of the finance function Translate your specialisation into the language of finance and accounting Prepare realistic budgets and cash flows and control them Select and apply appropriate figures for different purposes, such as measuring or decision making Understand the effect of your department and your decisions on the bottom line Present yourself and your departmental budgets more credibly to your finance colleagues

Who Will the Workshop Benefit? Anyone, at any level, who wants (or needs to) know more about financial management including executive management, budget holders, administrators, salespeople, marketeers, operational managers, project managers and anyone involved in business planning. How are we going to do this? Non-financial Managers with budgetary control or input, or those who need an understanding of financial measures and statements Workshop Duration

2 Days Worshop Content DAY ONE The Finance Function   How finance operates How finance drives the strategy of the business

Finance Concepts     The keys to understanding business performance Fixed and variable costs Capital and revenue concepts Direct and indirect cost allocation

Measuring Margins    Set selling prices to make sure profit is generated Handling discounts and controlling costs Break even analysis Cash Flow Forecasting . procedures and reports Review of the profit & loss account Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statement  Business ratios and how they put information into perspective Published Financial Statements  A review using specific techniques Capital Procurement and Investment Appraisal  Decide what to invest and when DAY TWO Capital Budgeting   Budgeting and Forecasting        Plan for success and measure against the operating budget Information and terms used Information sources Managing costs Measuring against the plan Linking the format to the profit & loss account and balance sheet Incremental and zero based budgets Summarise plans and measure the impact upon the business Relating an Operating Budget to the Participants’ Own Area of Operation Moving from Budget to Forecast Setting Prices.Reporting Systems and Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s)    KPI’s for different parts of the business Controls.

Mumbai Timing : 9:30 A. 10/6 Lavella Road Bangalore umbai at Ramada Plaza Palmgrove. to 5:30 P. New Delhi angalore at The Chanchery. Hotel. .M. 2011 -12th & 13th July. 2011 Presents Two days Workshop on Finance for Non-Finance Managers elhi at Jaypee Vasant Continental.    Preparing a cash flow The importance of cash The link between cash flow and profitability How changes can positively impact upon cash flow and profitability Sources of Finance for Companies and How They are Treated Management Accounts  Compared and contrasted to financial accounts Marginal Costing  Highlighting the contribution of activities to profit Performance EDGE Presents -8th & 9th July. Vasant Vihar. 2011 -15th & 16th July.M. Juhu Tara Road .

variance analysis Videos. Profit & Loss A/C and Cash flow and the linkages among them Cash flow vs Profit Introduction to IFRS and the coming changes in financial statements Business Performance evaluation through ratio analysis Time value of money.Balance Sheet. This understanding in turn will help them deliver better results in their own functional areas. there is a great need for better communication between financial and non-financial professionals. management of working capital and optimization issues Introduction to inventory and receivables management Marginal costing. concepts of NPV. Operating managers need to have a degree of financial competence. from all functional backgrounds other than finance. IRR. and how financial statements are built-up Basics of business finance through a video Terminology used in financial statements The 3 financial statements . including senior managers who have not had exposure to a finance course before Duration Knowledge and skills gained Two days         Basics of business finance Understanding financial Why This Workshop? In today´s competitive environment. practical examples and exercises Case studies and Financial management problem in a real life scenario Quiz on basics of finance Personal Action Planning Topics Day Introduction and Warm Up 1 Session . Who will benefit Operating managers.Breakfast and Registration : 9 A. evaluating capital expenditure Cash operating cycle. so that they are financially alert and understand how decisions taken by them impact the company´s performance and how this ultimately affects value of the organization. Non-finance managers need to learn the language of finance and vice versa. Break-even point Application of cost accounting for decision making. This will lead to a better coordinated and team approach to meet business goals and objectives. reading financial statements Introduction to IFRS Measuring Business Performance Cash flow vs Accounting profit Basic principles of working capital and cash flow management Financial evaluation of capital projects Principles of costing for decision making What the workshop covers                 Accounting fundamentals & concepts.M. with 5 plus years experience. Contribution analysis. For Registration : performanceedge@gmail.

Accenture. Ujjal is a Visiting Finance Faculty at the CII. Case Day finance of function. costing Study Capital elements tools. At the end of each workshop we facilitate the participants to distill Key Learning and prepare Action Plans to deliver solid business results for our clients. of Cycle. nurturing start up businesses etc. His final corporate innings was as the Chief Operating Officer of Bates 141 India. to Accounting business Introduction concepts and finance Cash and firm of Capex Value flow Finance fundamentals (video) Statements vs Profit Measurement limitations comparison money evaluation money 2 Financial through Statements. Crompton Greaves. Analysis. Recent Participants: ABN Amro. Colgate Palmolive. business integration.F. Ballarpur Industries. Bennet Coleman. Bank of America. we maximize knowledge assimilation in the participants through combination of execution elements like case discussions. sales branches. exercises.Introduction Role of Basics Walking Reading Business Ratio Case Time DCF. he has dealt with critical business situations like turnaround projects. working with MNCs like Unilever.Ferguson. currently practicing as a management and financial consultant He has 33 years of corporate experience in India and overseas. Day of Financing 1 Management Working Capital Working Capital & decision Accounting Break-Even making Costing Quiz Profit for on on Presentations Key Learning Financial by & Action Management Teams) Session Points Concluding Summary Open Session. . simulated games and activities. WPP and in the Indian group. Aventis Pharma. RPG. and Cost. Feedback Faculty Ujjal Gupta is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. a marketing communication agency.Suresh Neotia Centre of Excellence for Leadership. Acer. its Value Financial to IFRS. BNP Paribas. Methodology In our workshop.. treasury and profit-centre management. Study Performance application Inter IRR. A. international assignment. Study NPV. Arvind Mills. Time on of Recap Working Cash Operating Optimization Issues Cost Video Costing Case Finance Case (Analysis Study and concepts. corporate accounts. acquisitions. Apart from honing his finance skills in Unilever group in factories. etc. Central Bank of India. video led sessions and discussions on global best practices.

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we spend time considering the perspective of the firm's constituents. The analytical tools used in modern corporate finance can be very complex. how they work and relate to each other and how the actions of managers affect them and the business. the basic concepts of modern finance are not difficult to grasp when presented in an applied and intuitive manner. The Finance for Non-Finance Executives course will unveil the mystery behind the world of finance and equip you with the necessary tools and skills to apply financial management techniques to improve performance. This seminar will showcase new financial management methods and lead to innovative ideas. It will not make you a financial expert. Get a firm grasp on the numbers side of your job. Our workshop will teach you the skill sets required to effectively communicate with financial managers. Fortunately.INTRODUCTION The workplace is an ever evolving environment and nowadays Non Financial Managers are required to hold the information of key financial concepts. An additional goal of the course is to enable improved communication with finance professionals both external and internal to the firm. Through case studies and class interaction. intuitive principals behind modern finance. but it will enable you to understand the essential. Expanding the financial vocabulary of the participants also improves their ability to interact with finance professionals. . This has come about from the need to create synergy between the finance department and non finance departments so shared business objectives and drivers can be communicated effectively. it is just these intuitive concepts that the non-financial executive needs in order to succeed in a financial world. However. we concentrate on understanding the practical application of the most important and widely used financial techniques. Finance for Non-Finance Executives focuses on an intuitive appreciation of the fundamental concepts of finance and the ability to understand how these concepts are useful for decision making. Consequently. This workshop to understand financial information will provide managers and business owners with effective financial skills to enable them to improve the financial performance of their business. Improving business performance requires an understanding of the components of profit and value. It demystifies finance and the finance department by explaining simply and clearly what they key financial statements mean. now you will understand how. The results of every business decision can be measured in numbers: dollars and cents. The best executives think like investors: the individuals and corporations supplying the funds to finance the company.

add career value Create initiatives to optimize business to meet short. Eliminate decision-making guesswork so you can assure delivery of the results you promise Build cooperative working relationships with financial professionals that enhance your organizational value Think Finance and see how to transform performance measures into financial results. Related to this. See the underlying business dynamics of funds flow. Annual reports evaluate the health of an organization Analyze return on investment the payback method and various discounted cash flow methods such as net present value and internal rate of return ..and long-term goals.Effective decision making involves analyzing the future consequences of today's decisions. projects have different levels of risk and we need to understand these risks to make sound business decisions. The accounting process recording transactions in an organization's accounting system Generally accepted accounting principles what they are and how they affect your organization's books Financial statement analysis interpreting the financial signals of your company. The intuition is simple: we are trying to find projects that are worth more than they cost. The objectives of the course are:                         Recognize the goals of financial management Define key accounting concepts Recognize the use and characteristics of a balance sheet Recognize the use and characteristics of an income statement Identify a cash flow statement and how to use it Recognize the use and characteristics of the notes to financial statements Recognize the purpose and characteristics of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) Identify the importance and characteristics of an audit and that of its primary documentation Identify the different types of budgets Describe the elements necessary to prepare a basic budget Identify specific tools for analyzing and benchmarking financial information Discuss the time value of money Make better business decisions with a keen insight for the business numbers Feel the confidence you need to work with financial professionals Extend your professional skills. Capital budgeting involves the selection of long-term assets of the firm.. This section of the course illustrates techniques for estimating the cash flows from a project and determining if the project is beneficial for the business.

 Work practical exercises to see how finance and accounting methods impact business decisions This program answers questions such as:        What can we learn from the financial statements of a firm? The executive must play the role of detective in analyzing financial statements. and profitability? From a financial standpoint. efficiency. What problem areas exist? What are the opportunities for improving efficiencies? What do the financial statements suggest about key areas of financial management: liquidity. what are the key drivers of business success? What isn't shown on the financial statements? What is the difference between economic and accounting statements of financial health and performance? Prerequisites   Knowledge of business English is advised. Topics                    Correct financial terminology Grounding in the history of the finance department Interpreting financial statements Managing financial performance measurement Financial Forecasting Financial Budgeting Financial Investment appraisal Corporate financial assessment Improving business profit and value Analyzing financial statements to improve business performance Analyzing revenue and costs Financial analysis of business decisions Capital investment evaluation and decisions Cash management. Understanding the benefits of mastering key financial concepts Understanding shareholder value Return on Investment Matching costs and revenue Breakeven analyzing and risk management . No advance preparation is required for this course. leverage or gearing.

Attendees will be at ease with financial language and get to grips with financial statements. senior executives and business owners in nonfinancial positions wishing to extend their knowledge of modern finance. you will be able to:                    Read and interpret key financial statements Understand financial implications of business decisions Use key financial ratios and indicators to assess and plan performance Differentiate between profitability and solvency Enhance your grasp of the intuitive concepts of finance Gain increased experience. profit and loss account The balance sheet and the cash flow statement Accounting standards Defining key ratios Calculating profitability.        Trading. Have a greater awareness of the finance function within the organization. Understand cash flow and cash management Be able to radically improve planning and financial budgeting skills. and ability through applied cases. Know what financial figures reveal understanding and interpreting accounts. confidence. Who should attend? This course is designed for managers. It is recommended for those who have limited familiarity with financial statements and . interaction and discussion Increase your ability to communicate with financial professionals Identify the key features of financial reports Interpret financial statements to determine where management attention should be directed Determine actions which will improve financial performance Identify the important financial principles of business development Determine from set options. liquidity and stability Recognizing and analyzing financial trends Monitoring costs and performance against budget Evaluating the long-term financial impact of certain decisions Course Benefits The course will empower you with the knowledge required to present reports to boards or committees using the correct financial terminology. financial strategies and their impact Identify the important factors in capital investment decisions. Be more aware of the impact of decisions on the profitability of the business. By the end of this practical course.

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MBA in Finance and also holds a Certification in Financial Planning (CFPCM) from Financial Planning Standard Boards India.The programme will be led by Mr. For 29th July 2011 . & decisionmaking aspects. He is an expert in the area of capital . This program is expected to impart basic concepts. Anuj Verma.Mumbai 29th July 2011 . That would be done once the business managers develop comfort with the application of the basic concepts discussed in this program.Finance For Non Finance Professionals 15th July 2011 . Facilitator For 15th July 2011 . which would be followed at a later date by an advanced module that focuses on strategy.The programme will be led by Mr.delhi Finance For Non Finance (FOF): The objective of the training program is to assist managers to develop a better understanding of financial aspects of business. Lokesh has trained over 5000 participants across the country and has experience of more than 4000 hours of training involving professionally qualified group of people. MBA and Chartered Financial Analyst. Lokesh Jain.

This module has benefited corporate executives of NHPC. Currently Prof.? 1st Tea Break Essentials of Income Statement: Figuring out where is money coming in and where is it going out. Time Topic Method Course Outline 09:00 to 10:30 10:30 to 10:45 10:45 to 13:00 Intro & Objectives of Financial Statements: Why are the Financial Statements prepared in the first Group Quiz place. Balance Sheet Ratio Analysis Cash Flow Statement Working Capital Management Who Should Attend?     Marketing & Sales Heads. HR Prof. And all professionals other than people from finance background.. Income Statement.. Financial Planning and Wealth Management. Scope Of Program       Intro & Objectives of Financial Statements. Power Finance Corporation. Druk Green Power Corporation (Bhutan) and etc. financial analysis and international finance. Anuj Verma has been acclaimed as the best faculty for three consecutive years at Apeejay and has developed interesting modules like – ‘Finance for non-finance managers’. IT Managers.? Exercise & PowerPoint . Verma is also associated with a Mutual fund distribution company for there entire training on – Product Knowledge. Production Managers.

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