Training in Finance…

  • World of Constant Change

    In a world of constant change, continuous learning is not an option. It is the only way to make sure you stay competitive. To be a perfect manager capable of delivering in today's competitive environment, you have to constantly seek information, indulge in economic discussions, understand real life planning, learn managing the emerging risks and so on.

  • The Need

    The role of finance is all pervasive and has impacts on the managerial decision of non-finance activities. It is, therefore, highly desirable that all managers irrespective of the area of operation must develop an understanding of the objectives, tools, and functions of finance. In the absence of such understanding, the executives from other departments are not able to utilize the results of financial analyses undertaken on behalf of their activities and thus fail to contribute to the fullest.


  • Financial Management

    We specialize in imparting training on critical corporate area of finance, financial services, skill development, facility management and up- gradation of sales force and customer services to the executives of corporate in any sector.



    Contents



    The workshops are designed to apprise the participants of the foundations of finance with applications in corporate finance and investment management. It discusses many of the major financial decisions made by corporate managers and investors. Essential coverage is the process of valuation, which will be an important emphasis of the workshops and courses.



    Topics include criteria for making investment decisions, valuation of financial assets and liabilities and relationships between risk and return, market efficiency. The course also provides coverage of the major financial instruments issued by corporations including short and long term debt, equity, and convertible securities.



    The workshops deliver to



    The need for understanding the financials and bottom line implications of one's own decisions as also of top management's decisions.



    Effective utilization of the inputs of the program in day to day work by the executives for promoting the quality of business decisions.



  • In the process you learn about



    1. Financial decision making of firms


    2. The different possible ways in which they can finance their activities


    3. Significance of Cash Flow


    4. How to decide appropriate capital structure


    5. How to choose between issuing dividends and retaining profits


    6. Planning and reviewing the financial projections


    7. Valuing debt.



    An overview of the workshops



    The workshops and courses are conducted to elaborate on:


    1. Fundamental principles and the concept of cash flow


    2. Introduction to Discounted Cash Flows and Investment Decision Rules


    3. Valuation under certainty


    4. Risk and Return


    5. Capital Budgeting


    6. Capital Structure and the Cost of Capital


    7. The capital structure Decision - Modigliani and Miller propositions


    8. The Effects of taxes on Capital Structure and on the Cost of Capital


    9. Bond Values and Changing Interest Rates


    10. The Valuation of Stocks


    11. Dividend discount model


    12. Price/Earnings Ratios


    13. Fundamentals and Market Prices


    14. Options and Derivative Securities: An Introduction


    15. Arbitrage


    16. The Use of Convertible Debt


    17. Initial Public Offerings (IPOs)


    18. Programs conducted




  • The programs are structured to enhance the knowledge of non-finance personnel about finance.



    1. Level I



    A. Finance for Non Finance Executives


    B. Accounting and Finance Functions in an Organisation


    C. Advance Financial Planning - Time Value of Money



    2. Level II- Management of Finance



    A. Financial Management Techniques


    B. Working Capital Management


    C. Financial Risk Management


    D. Merger and acquisition ? introduction, strategies and valuation



    3. Level II- Capital & Money Markets



    A. Mutual Funds


    B. Wealth Management


    C. Management of Fixed Income Securities Portfolio



    4. Level II-Derivatives



    A. Introduction to Derivatives ? Forwards & Futures



    B. Derivatives as Hedging Tools


    C. Essentials of Interest Rate Futures


    D. Essentials of Bond & Stock Index Futures



    The programs combine classroom briefings, case studies, workshops, group discussions, and individual coaching.