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Duration :

2 days ( 9am – 5pm )

Medium :

English & Bahasa Malaysia

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Who should attend:

  • Directors
  • Managers
  • Executives at all levels who use financial information in the course of their work but do not have any specialized training in understanding financial information.







  • After completing this program, participants will able to :

  • Understand key finance and accounting terms and the logic behind them

  • Understand financial statements easily

  • Analyze and interpret financial statements

  • Demonstrate the impact of operation decision on their company’s financial statements

  • Use cost and financial performance data to make better operational decisions

  • Assess the financial strength of the company’s customers. Suppliers and competitors

  • Manage the financial aspects of their department or unit effectively

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The program is highly interactive with a balance of lectures, exercises, case study and video. All participants are requested to bring along their calculator






Business Overviews and the Value of Financial Knowledge & Introductions to concepts,

Conventions & Regulations

Introduction to business start-ups and assets and liabilities

  • balance sheets / cash flow statements (including the relationship between each statement, management report, notes to financial statement, auditors reports etc

Understanding Concepts in Group Accounts

  • understanding of basic principles of consolidation, differentiating group financial and company financial statements

Exploring Key Items in Financial Statements Relevant for Analysis

  • concepts in financial statements and to understand the interrelationship of these items i.e. fixed assets, current assets, liabilities, long terms liabilities, working capital cycle, share capital and re-serves, dividend policy & treatment in financial statements, recurring & non-recurring items

Analyzing and Interpreting Company Account using Basic Analysis including Trend and Ra-tios. Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of Accounting measures of Performance

  • items in financial statements using ratios and how to interpret the ratio e.g. profitability margins – EBITDA margins, EBIT margins, return on equity, return in assets, dividend yield, liquidity ratio (current ratio, stock turnover, trade debtor days, trade creditors days, debt ratios, debt to eq-uity, interest cover)

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Video Case learning

Working Capital Management

  • Critical Issues in Working Capital Management
  • The Importance of Cash cycle and forecasting

Management Accounting and the importance of Cost, profit and Breakeven

  • The importance of Management Accounting
  • The difference between absorption Costing and Marginal Costing
  • Transfer pricing
  • Breakeven point analysis
  • Cost, volume and profit analysis

Budgeting and Forecasting

  • Budget stages explained and forecast
  • Why budget and forecast?
  • How to budget the key elements?
  • Budget objective and company culture
  • Budget systems and techniques

Capital expenditure and investment Appraisal

  • The time value of money and forward investment
  • Payback periods
  • Discounted cash flow, net present value (NPV)
  • Internal rate of return (IRR)
  • Hurdle rate determination

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