Finance for Non-Finance Executives

January 27, February 3, and 10, 2018
8:00 AM – 3:00 PM | Saturdays
UNILAB Bayanihan Center-Annex, Pioneer St., Pasig City, Philippines

Finance for Non-Finance Executives addresses the needs of functional executives and managers from various fields of specialization who want to gain a more integrated perspective of the inter-related functions of a firm. The course provides an understanding of the financial tools and techniques and their application to various managerial functions and strategic decisions. The program’s tiered structure is appropriate for managers and executives with varying levels of familiarity with financial management concepts and processes.

Course Outline:

  • Review of Accounting Concepts
    • Conceptual Framework: Implications to Financial Statements
    • The Structure and Contents of the Financial Statements
  • Financial Statement Analysis
    • Tools and Techniques of Financial Analysis
    • The Du Pont Method of Financial Analysis
    • A Look at ROA and ROE
  • Managing Cost-Volume-Profit
    • Understanding Costs Concepts
    • Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis
    • Variable and Absorption Costing
  • Short-Term Financial Planning
    • Working Capital Management
    • Cash Budget and Management
    • Receivable and Inventory Management
  • Time Value of Money
    • Simple Interest and Simple Discount
    • Annuities – Present Value and Future Value
  • Financial Market
    • Primary Market
    • Secondary market
  • Long-Term Financing – Weighted Average Cost of Capital
    • Cost of Debt
    • Cost of Preferred Stock
    • Cost of Retained Earnings
    • Cost of New Common Stock
  • Long-Term Investment Decision
    • Accounting Rate of Return
    • Payback Period
  • Discounted Payback Period
    • Net Present Value
    • Internal Rate of Return

Who should attend?

Officers and Managers of enabling functions Leaders of business units and executives of business organizations, Family Corporations Non-Profit Organizations