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: Financial Management for Non Financial People
: 28 Feb 2017 - 03 Mar 2017 || Time : 08.00 - 16.00
: The Amaroossa Hotel - Bandung
: Finance


  • Provide a basic understanding of accounting elements.
  • Familiarize the participants with the relevant financial information needed to make management decisions.
  • Practice using financial information in managerial decisions.
  • Understand the basic concepts of financial reporting in the profit and loss statement, balance sheet, and cash flow report.
  • Understand and work more effectively with the financial managers of the organization.

In this course the participant will:
  • Understand annual report and interpretation of financial ratios
  • Strengthen understanding of the role of the financial manager
  • Increase comprehension of current analytical practices and techniques using “real-life” situations
  • Learn to use financial information in managerial decision making
  • Improve comprehension of the language of business
  • Increase ability to communicate with financial executives, ask relevant questions, and understand responses.

1.    Introduction to Basic Accounting
2.    Financial Reports
3.    Accounting Process
4.    Basic Concepts and Financial Reports
       -    Basic Concepts
       -    Balance Sheet
       -    Income Statement
       -    Statement of Owners’ Equity
       -    Statement of Cash Flow
5.    Financial Reporting Analysis
6.    Business Objectives
7.    Return on Investment
8.    Sound Financial Position
9.    Structure of Analysis
10.  Investment Turnover and Profit Margin
11.  Price/ Earning Ratio
12.  Profitability Ratios
13.  Profit Margin
14.  Investment Utilization Ratios
15.  Investment Turnover
16.  Working Capital Measures
17.  Financial Condition Ratios
18.  Liquidity and Solvency
19.  Dividend Policy
20.  Balanced Scorecard
21.  Published Annual reports
22.  Working Capital Management
23.  Cash Flow Management
24.  Account Receivable Management
25.  Inventory Management
26.  Fixed Asset Management
27.  The Classification of Costs
28.  Cost Information and Decision Making
29.  Different Costs for Different Purposes
30.  The Behavior of Costs
       -    Relation of Costs to Volume
       -    Variable and Fixed Costs
       -    Cost Volume Diagram
31. Break Even Point Analysis
       -    The Profit Graph
       -    Break-Even Volume
       -    Operating Leverage
       -    Contribution
       -    Cost Information and Decision Making
32.  Source of Financing (Debt and Equity)
33.  Capital Budgeting and Cost of Capital.

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: The Amaroossa Hotel
: Bandung
: Jawa Barat

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