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☑ By the end of this course, the successful candidate should be able to: 1. Understand the role and purpose of the financial management function; 2. Appraise and discuss the impact of the external factors in a business’ market on financial management; 3. Debate and implement working capital management techniques; 4. Perform effective investment appraisal; 5. Identify and assess alternative sources of business finance; 6. Apply risk management techniques in business; 7. Understand principles of business and asset valuations
(Last updated on 17.03.2021)
WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR:
· Students from ACCA FM (F9) CIMA F2, CIMA F3, BBA, MBA
· Accounting and Finance Professionals.
· Individuals and Business owners who want to understand the financial managements from basics to advance level.
The course begins with the very basics and then takes you to more detailed topics such as working capital management, investment appraisal in simple and complex scenarios, equity and debt instruments such as, shares, bonds, derivatives and other financial instruments.
Very smoothly the course takes you to advanced topics such as cost of capital, business valuations, foreign currency risks and exchange rate risk.
It is a complete guide kit for those who want to learn corporate finance or financial management. There are more than thirty-two hours of video lectures, including the explanation of theoretical concepts and examples and questions.
Average duration of each lecture is approximately twenty minutes in order to explain the topic and do few questions / examples to show the application of knowledge.
HOW ACCOUNTANTS CAN GET BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE:
This course is focused on teaching Financial Management to students and professionals.
It covers all the academic and theoretical topics of financial management which are actively used in the real life such as
1. Working Capital Management.
2. Capital Budgeting – Calculating NPV, IRR with Taxation and Inflation Impact
3. Specific Investment Decisions such as Lease or Buy
4. Capital Structure – Equity and Debt and Gearing
5. Cost of Capital
6. Business Valuation
7. Foreign Exchange Risk
8. Interest Rate Risk
At the end of the course you can confidently claim to have comprehensive knowledge of Financial Management.
HOW STUDENTS GET BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE
This course is created to help students pass their ACCA FM (F9) exam with high marks in the very first attempt. The list of topics (chapters) and their sequence is from BPP Learning Media which is considered as one of the world’s best publishers of accounting books.
However, students with other qualifications such as CIMA, CA, CAT, BBA or MBA can also get great value since the topics of Fundamentals of Financial Accounting remain same in all qualifications and degrees.
The course includes video tutorials for full syllabus coverage of ACCA FM (F9) as well as videos for practice questions with solutions and explanation by the tutor. As part of the learning materials students will also find course notes and chapter presentations in PDF format.
The aim of this training is to develop knowledge and understanding of the underlying principles, concepts and regulations relating to financial accounting and technical proficiency in the use of double-entry accounting techniques.
This training will help you to enhance your knowledge about accounting and build your career in any big companies by using these skills and knowledge. However, this international certificate can help youth to find proper jobs.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
I am a qualified accounting and finance professional with over twenty years of professional experience. I have been teaching accounting and finance courses for over fifteen years and have taught more than twenty thousand delegates including students, young accountants, chief accountant and finance managers.
1 Financial management and financial objectives
Chapter 1 - Part 1 - Financial Management and Fin Objectives
Chapter 1 - Part 2 - Financial Management and Fin Objectives
3 Financial markets, money markets and institutions
Chapter 3 - Part 1 - Financial Markets and Money Markets - Introduction
4 Working capital
Chapter 4 - Part 1 - Working Capital Management - Introduction
Chapter 4 - Part 2 - Working Capital Management - Receivables
Chapter 4 - Part 3 - Working Capital Management - Factoring and Payables
Chapter 4 - Part 4 - Working Capital Management - Overtrading, Over Capitalizati
5 Managing working capital
Chapter 5 - Part 1 - Managing Working Capital - Inventories
Chapter 5 - Part 2 - Managing Working Capital - Inventories 2
6 Working capital finance
Chapter 6 - Part 1 - Working Capital Finance - Intro and Cash Flow Forecast
Chapter 6 - Part 2 - Working Capital Finance - Cash Flow Forecast
Chapter 6 - Part 3 - Working Capital Finance - Miller Orr Model and Chapter Summ
7 Investment decisions
Chapter 7 - Part 1 - Investment Decisions - Introduction
Chapter 7 - Part 2 - Investment Decisions - Relevant Cash Flows
8 Investment appraisal using DCF methods
Compounding and Discounting
Discounted Cash Flow - DCF and Net Present Value (NPV)
What is NPV
Annuity and Perpetuity
Investment Appraisal - DCF Part 4
Investment Appraisal - Annuities
Investment Appraisal - Perpetuities and NPV
Investment Appraisal - IRR
Investment Appraisal - NVP - IRR and Chapter Closing
Allowing for Inflation and Taxation
Allowing for Inflation and Taxation - Infalation
Allowing for Inflation and Taxation - Taxation
Allowing for Inflation and Taxation - Working Capital
Long Question with Solution - BPP Kit - NPV with Inflation and Taxation
10 Project appraisal and risk
Chapter 10 - Part 1 - Project Appraisal and Risk
Chapter 10 - Part 2 - Project Appraisal and Risk - Certaintly Equivalents
Chapter 10 - Part 3 - Probability Analysis in Project Appraisal and Discounted P
11 Specific investment decisions
Chapter 11 - Part 1 - Specific Investment Decisions - Lease or Buy
Chapter 11 - Part 2 - Specific Investment Decisions - Asset Replacement Decision
Chapter 11 - Part 3 - Specific Investment Decisions - Eq. Annual Benefits and Ca
12 Sources of finance
Chapter 12 - Part 1 - Sources of Finance - Introduction
Chapter 12 - Part 2 - Sources of Finance - Bonds, Convertibles and Private Equit
Chapter 12 - Part 3 - Sources of Finance - Stock Market Listing
Chapter 12 - Part 4 - Sources of Finance - Islamic Financing
13 Dividend policy
Chapter 13 - Part 1 - Dividend Policy - Introduction
Chapter 13 - Part 2 - Dividend Policy - Final
14 Gearing and capital structure
Chapter 14 - Part 1- Capital structure and Gearning - Introuction
Chapter 14 - Part 2- Capital structure and Gearning -How Much Debt is Appropriat
Chapter 14 - Part 3- Capital structure and Gearning - Effect of Debt on EPS
Chapter 14 - Part 4- Capital structure and Gearning - Other Investor Ratios
15 The cost of capital
Chapter 15 - Part 1 - Cost of Capital - Introduction
Chapter 15 - Part 2 - Cost of Capital - Overview and Dividend Valuation Model
Chapter 15 - Part 3 - Cost of Capital - CAPM
Chapter 15 - Part 4 - Cost of Capital - Dividend Valuation Model Questions and E
Chapter 15 - Part 5 - Cost of Capital - Cost of Debt and WACC
16 Capital structure
Chapter 16 - Part 1 - Capital Structure - Introduction and Theories
Chapter 16 - Part 2 - Capital Structure - CAPM Limitations and Intro to Beta Val
17 Business valuations
Part 1 - Business Valuation - Introduction
Part 2 - Business Valuation - Asset Based Valuation
Part 3 - Business Valuation - Earnings (Income) Based Approach
19 - Foreign Exchenge Risk
Part 1 - Foreign Exchange Risk - Inroduction
Part 2 - Foreign Exchange Risk - Types of Risk
Part 3 - Foreign Exchange Risk - Money Market Hedging
Part 4 - Foreign Exchange Risk - Futures, Options and Swaps
20 - Interest Rate Risk
Thank you, I passed, great explanation. Would be great to delete all others not relevant discussion from course.
Great explanation. The tutor makes complex concepts easy to understand with simple examples. Very useful while studying text book. Makes it more clear.
the course is good, very clear explanation. however some topics are explained way too many times and unnecessary details. and some topics are entirely skipped.