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Financial Literacy for Non-Financial Managers - 2 Days Version

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2 days
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Nadia Uria-Fernandez
Nadia Uria-Fernandez
Program Manager

By shoring up your financial literacy, you will become more confident and comfortable talking about topics of a financial nature.

This is turn will improve your credibility, as many of your financial decisions will involve the ability to process accounting information. Using practical examples, you will develop your ability to read and interpret financial reports for the purpose of zeroing on your business’s strengths and weakness and evaluating your overall performance.

You will also have an opportunity to become more familiar with the financial repercussions of management decisions. The end result will be a decisive increase in self-assuredness and integrity.

FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS

GOALS

  • Become more familiar with accounting and financial terms.
  • Learn to read and interpret financial reports.
  • Be aware of the financial repercussions of management decisions.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Mid-level and senior executives
  • Managers
  • Analysts

This program is for you if:

  • You are not an accounting or financial professional.
  • There is a financial aspect to your duties.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Practical approach that yields immediately applicable improvements in financial and accounting literacy.
  • Instructors with a particular talent for expressing complex financial concepts in simple, easy-to-understand terms.

Accounting and financial vocabulary

  • Definition of a financial statement
  • Value of financial statements
  • Structure of financial statements
  • Reading and comparing financial statements
  • Overview of main types of assets/liabilities and income statements
  • Common notes to financial statements
  • Management report
  • Various types of independent auditors’ reports

Business diagnostics

  • Financial ratio analysis
  • Cash flow analysis
  • Breakeven point
  • Short-term viability

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Lectures
  • Group discussions
  • Application of lessons learned using concrete examples and business cases
  • Computer use (Excel)
Hugo Lesley

MBA, CPA Auditor

Senior Faculty Lecturer, HEC Montréal

On-site
Online

Financial Literacy for Non-Financial Managers - 2 Days Version

By shoring up your financial literacy, you will become more confident and comfortable talking about topics of a financial nature.

This is turn will improve your credibility, as many of your financial decisions will involve the ability to process accounting information. Using practical examples, you will develop your ability to read and interpret financial reports for the purpose of zeroing on your business’s strengths and weakness and evaluating your overall performance.

You will also have an opportunity to become more familiar with the financial repercussions of management decisions. The end result will be a decisive increase in self-assuredness and integrity.

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FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS

GOALS

  • Become more familiar with accounting and financial terms.
  • Learn to read and interpret financial reports.
  • Be aware of the financial repercussions of management decisions.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Mid-level and senior executives
  • Managers
  • Analysts

This program is for you if:

  • You are not an accounting or financial professional.
  • There is a financial aspect to your duties.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Practical approach that yields immediately applicable improvements in financial and accounting literacy.
  • Instructors with a particular talent for expressing complex financial concepts in simple, easy-to-understand terms.

Accounting and financial vocabulary

  • Definition of a financial statement
  • Value of financial statements
  • Structure of financial statements
  • Reading and comparing financial statements
  • Overview of main types of assets/liabilities and income statements
  • Common notes to financial statements
  • Management report
  • Various types of independent auditors’ reports

Business diagnostics

  • Financial ratio analysis
  • Cash flow analysis
  • Breakeven point
  • Short-term viability

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Lectures
  • Group discussions
  • Application of lessons learned using concrete examples and business cases
  • Computer use (Excel)
Hugo Lesley

MBA, CPA Auditor

Senior Faculty Lecturer, HEC Montréal

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