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FNF - Finance for Non-Financials

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Since the ultimate objective of any for-profit business is to sustain and grow the business activity, being able to translate the business activity into financial terms becomes paramount. Understanding Basic Finance is important for persons in charge of managing a business for measuring performance, preventing fraud and dealing with the various stakeholders (owners, employees, regulators, etc.)

This course is designed to cover the basic concepts that must be known in a progressive and practical approach. Over three days, participants get to develop their understanding of the business from the wide picture of the business and its surroundings down to basic analysis of the financial performance for monitoring and future planning needs.

Course Contents
This course will cover the following:
  • Introduction
    • Business Environment
    • Economy
    • Financial Markets
    • Banks
  • Accounting and Financial Statements
    • Financial Accounting Principles
    • Characteristics of Financial Information
    • Types of Financial Statements
    • Components of a Balance Sheet
    • Components of Income Statement
    • Components of Cash Flow Statement
    • Statement of Changes in Owners' Equity
    • Notes to the Accounts
  • Financial Analysis and Valuation
    • Ratio Analysis
    • Financial Planning
    • Evaluation Techniques
 
Price
AED 7,000
US$ 2,000
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Duration: 2 Days

Intakes: Every Month

Language: Arabic

Training Partner
The Egyptian Institute of Directors (EIoD)
 

Who will Benefit:
This course is designed for chairmen, managers, board members, managers and business owners of listed, non-listed companies, SOEs, private sector and banks who have technical knowledge about their business but are missing the basic understanding of the financial prerequisites to plan, monitor and evaluate the business performance.