Financial Concepts & Tools for Business ManagersCode: 14A-FCT

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Finance involves obtaining, using, and managing funds to achieve the company’s

financial objectives (e.g., maximization of shareholder value). The course emphasizes and develops an understanding of financial concepts, tools, and major decision areas related to the financial management of the business.





Major Subjects:

  • The Basics

  • Financial Statement Ratios

  • Budgeting and forecasting financing needs

  • Managing working capital 

  • Security, Bond, and Asset Valuation

  • Time value of money and capital budgeting

  • Determining cost of capital and capital structure decisions

  • Dividends and stock splits

  • Short-term financing

  • Term loans and leasing

  • Long-term debt

  • Stock, convertibles, and warrants

  • Mergers and acquisitions

  • Options and option pricing, derivatives and risk management, and International finance

Presentation Method:  Interactive Self-Study


Category:  Finance


CPE credit:  6 Hours  

Program Level:  Update

Prerequisites:  None

Advance Preparation:  None

Presentation Method:  Self-Study

Exam expiration date:  Participants must submit exams for grading within one year from the date of purchase

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