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Corporate Finance (for Finance/Non-Finance Managers)

In today’s global business environment, companies realize the cascading benefit of employees well-trained in the technical nuances of finance.  At FIF, we offer corporate financial training which is customized to achieve each company's targeted goals.  

Finance for Financial Managers:
This training program is designed to fine-tune the financial skill set of analysts and managers.  Advanced topics in corporate finance will be covered, which may include:

  • Net present value and internal rate of return with real options;
  • Using financial derivatives to manage cash flow and earnings;
  • Computing weighted average cost of capital: divisional v. corporate;
  • Computing the cost of equity - capital asset pricing model;
  • Working capital, cash conversion cycle and free cash flow;
  • Optimal capital structure: theory and evidence;
  • Cash flow forecasting; and
  • Financial statement analysis using financial ratios.

  • Finance for Non-Finance Managers:  
    This training program provides the non-financial manager with a working knowledge of financial principles and their basic application. This course will transform finance and accounting terms and concepts into decision-making tools the non-financial manager will use everyday. 

    The topics may include:

  • Understanding financial statements: balance sheet, income statement and the statement of cash flow;
  • The difference between net income and cash flow;
  • Defining GAAP;
  • Defining and explaining the concept of cash flow and the different types of cash flows;
  • How to interpret financial ratios and how they are used in decision making;
  • Project analysis using net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR) and payback;
  • Forecasting sales and expenses; and
  • The corporate impact and requirements of Sarbanes-Oxley

  • We invite you to contact us for more information.

    Financial Consulting

    Utilize our team to help with valuations, financial projections, and accounting.

    Hedge Funds

    From infrastructure consulting for new funds to operational and investment analysis for investors.