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An introduction to the Diploma in Financial Management
- Good financial planning is one of the most important foundations that help companies succeed and continue to provide their services to clients. A correct understanding of the financial statements helps in strengthening the position of the company and ensuring that it obtains a good percentage of the market in which it provides its services and enables it to ensure the continuity of financing for its projects and investment activities. Expansiveness The study also helps us in avoiding risks and how to manage the financial crises that the company may go through
-An introduction to financial management for non-professionals
-The objective of financial management from the viewpoint of (owners, management, employees) and the interaction of the interests of the parties concerned.
-Definition of financial management functions.
-Preparing financial statements in accordance with international standards
-Explain the content of the financial statements
-Statement of financial position
-statement of changes in owner’s equity
-Statement of Cash Flows
-Explanation of the most important accounting standards
-International Accounting Standard No. 1 – Presentation of Financial Statements
-International Accounting Standard No. 2 – Stock
-International Accounting Standard No. 7 – Statement of Cash Flows
-International Accounting Standard No. 8 – Change in accounting -estimates, errors and changes in accounting policies
-The First Accounting Standard No. 11 – Construction Contracts
Long-term investment decisions
-The administrative principles to which fixed assets and the funds invested in them are subject.
-Short-term financing decisions
-The administrative principles to which current assets and funds invested are subject.
-Working capital and its management strategies.
-Managing accounts receivable.
-Investing in inventory.
-Cash management and liquidity planning
-Long-term financing decisions
-Definition of financing structure.
-Business risk and financial risk.
-Balancing risk and reward.
-Long-term sources of funding.
-Tools and methods of financial planning and preparation of expected -financial statements
-Comprehensive budget – income budget
-Revenue budget – production budget
-Expenses budget – the investment budget
-Financial analysis tools and methods for evaluating and evaluating investment and financing decisions and results
-Financial analysis tools and methods
-Horizontal financial analysis – vertical financial analysis – financial analysis by ratios
-Methods and methods of preparing the final report of the results of financial analysis.
-Use financial analysis to forecast and plan ahead
-How to manage financial crises successfully
-The investment crisis
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