The main goal of studying Financial Management is to understand how the finances are managed in an organisation. Financial management involves the planning, organising, directing, and controlling of various financial activities like procurement of funds and their allocation to different business activities. The main objective of financial management is to ensure adequate supply of funds for performing different business operations, optimum utilisation of available funds, investing in a profitable project or asset, etc.
Module 1: Introduction to Financial Management and Cost of Capital
Meaning and Evolution, Significance and Goals, Functions of a Financial Manager, Cost of Capital, Cost of Debt, Cost of Share Capital, Weighted Average Cost of Capital.
Module 2: Cash flow Statement and Leverages
Cash Floor Statement, Leverages, EPS Analyst.
Module 3: Investment Decision
Meaning of Capital Budgeting, Proposal Evaluation Techniques
Module 4: Management of Working Capital
Overall Consideration While Selecting a Working Capital Policy, Importance of Working Capital Management, Operating Cycle Concept, Forecasting Working Capital Requirement, Estimation of Working Capital.
Module 5: Dividend Policy and Capital Structure
Dividend Policy, Capital Structure
Summarise the meaning and evaluation of financial management.
Review the functions of a financial manager.
State the meaning and components of cost of capital.
Infer operating, financial and combined leverages.
Who Should Attend?
Graduates with Management background
Financial Management Analyst
Financial Risk Management
Associate Financial Controller
After completing this course and successfully passing the certification examination, the student will be awarded the “Financial Management” certification.
If a learner chooses not to take up the examination, they will still get a 'Participation Certificate'.
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Valid for 6 months post activation