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Finance For Non Finance Professional by Edupristine


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About This Course

Finance for Non Professionals program focuses on drawing authentic budgets, conducting accurate cost-benefit analysis, interpreting financial statements with authority and flair. Finance for Non Finance course is specially designed for Non-Finance Managers, it does not call for any financial qualification. However, it would be helpful if you are familiar with Excel (preferably Excel 2007 or 2010) as the course extensively makes use of excel-based case studies to explain important concepts in a simple and lucid manner.

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This course will empower and enable non-finance managers to achieve career recognition and progression through improved ability and agility in:
1. Need of Financial Statements Analysis
2. Comprehending key financial terms and statements
3. Interpreting financial information using ratio analysis
4. Grasping the basics of company valuation
5. Conducting breakeven analysis and gaining familiarity with advanced accounting concepts
6. Tactical and strategic decision making using the "relevant cost" concept
7. Preventing accounting frauds through a better understanding of the fraud "psyche" and its diverse types dissected through detailed case studies

Who should do this course

T It is a specialized course exclusively designed for mid-to-senior level professionals from non-financial domains like Marketing, IT, Purchase, Production, Project and Human resources. As these professionals move up the career value chain, it becomes imperative for them to inculcate key financial skills like translating business performance in financial terms, comprehending top-lines and bottle-lines and developing the uncanny knack to think numbers on their feet.

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