Financial Management

Tools to Successfully Manage Functions of Financial Services 

This is an intensive certificate designed to equip non-financial managers with the essential financial tools and knowledge to successfully manage the financial services function in a business setting.  It examines the principles and underlying concepts of financial management, and the ways in which financial information can be used to improve the quality of management decision-making.  Technical terminology and key terms are highlighted for rapid understanding of the main techniques and concepts. Complete in 12 months!

PrerequisiteNone

Benefits

The Executive in Financial Management Program is designed for students who will interpret financial information; assess the costs and benefits of business decisions; apply risk and return considerations in capital budgeting; analyze the debt-equity decision; and communicate operational and financial strategies.

Job Opportunities

Financial Managers prepare financial statements, business activity reports and forecasts; monitor financial details to ensure that legal requirements are met; review company financial reports and seek ways to reduce costs; analyze market trends to find opportunities for expansion or for acquiring other companies and help management make financial decisions.. In addition, they are responsible for the financial health of an organization. They produce financial reports, direct investment activities, and develop strategies and plans for the long-term financial goals of their organization; Financial Manager; Finance and insurance; Management of companies and enterprises; Manufacturing; Government.


  • Capital investment decisions, decision-making. Sensitivity Analysis.
  • Investment appraisal methods. Control in capital expenditure projects.
  • Accounting rate of return, payback period, net present value, internal rate of return, discount tables.
  • Dealing with risk in investment; interest and inflation.
  • Sources of finance and financial terms.
  • Managing investments: funds, opportunities, evaluation, approval, control.
  • Financial gearing, shares, debentures, loans, bonds, leasing.
  • Share issues, stock exchange.  Small business finance.
  • Working capital, capital cycles; stocks, debtors, credit, cash, factoring, discounts, budgeting.

Total Tuition: $ 2395.00
One-time Payment: $ 2245.00 — Save $150
Payment Plan: 25% first payment: $595.00
Number of other payments: 4
Amount of each payment after 1st payment: $450
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