University of Stellenbosch Business School

Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers

Available dates

May 4—7, 2020
4 days
Johannesburg, South Africa
ZAR 19990 ≈USD 1348
ZAR 4997 per day
Aug 11—14, 2020
4 days
Cape Town, South Africa
ZAR 19990 ≈USD 1348
ZAR 4997 per day

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About the course

The Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers course offers a better understanding of the impact of operating decisions on the financial health of a business. Participants gain insight into capital budgeting and financial statement analysis, as well as cash flow analysis.

WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?

Achieving effective workplace performance is only possible if middle managers and supervisors are able to deal effectively and promptly with leadership and team issues, and are equipped with the necessary skills to be effective in an environment where teamwork is important. Over the course of the programme, participants will be equipped to:

  • Apply the basic concepts of financial management and financial decision-making
  • Assess financial statements in such a way that the strengths and weaknesses therein can be identified
  • Perform advanced financial ratio analysis and interpret the ratios
  • Assess the cash flow position of an organisation
  • Analyse and evaluate the financial viability of selected projects
  • Explain the drivers of a company’s cost of capital and calculate the cost of capital
  • Determine the value of a company based on the discounted cash flow method
  • Prepare a budget

Who should attend

The course is aimed at non-financial middle and senior managers.

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Grant Evans

Over the past 10 years completing my MBA I have been involved in a variety of disciplines. These include lecturing at various institutions predominantly on quantitative subjects such as Finance, Statistics, and Business Analytics. I have been actively trading on the stock markets for the past 2 y...

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