FINANCE & ACCOUNTING - Finance, Risk Management & Corporate Governance
This workshop offers an overview of the interaction between management and all other stakeholders. Diverse and complex stakeholder demands are best met by an efficient allocation of resources over an extended period of time. It also presents the key financial tools generally used, while explaining the broader context of how and where they are applied to obtain meaningful answers. The workshop is targeted at providing a university-quality ‘MBA’ overview of finance, risk management and corporate governance.
PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO:
-Specify the exact nature and scope of corporate financial reporting
-Identify and criticize specific concepts, rules, and procedures are in place for corporate financial reporting
-Identify what decisions must be made to properly decide on optimal Capital Structure
-Identify and overcome limitations that are inherent in corporate financial reporting and/or corporate governance
-Appreciate risk as a positive in analysis and decision making
While no particular level of prior knowledge is needed, there is an assumption that the attendees are committed to immersing themselves in a learning situation.