Understanding the world of finance
As organisations and business become more global and increasingly disparate, it is essential that executives have a firm grasp on finance to ensure that they maximise value.
Exploring the diverse financial challenges facing today's decision-makers, Finance for Executives is a comprehensive introduction to accounting and financial analysis. It aims to give executives who are not financial specialists an understanding of the financial consequences of strategic decisions and to equip them with tools to integrate the financial approach into their decision-making.
This programme is designed to increase your skills in communicating effectively with those in finance and accounting to ensure that your organisation’s functions are better integrated, significantly boosting the firm’s overall value. As a result of attending, you will contribute to ensuring a sound financial basis for your organisation’s strategic planning and decisions.
How you benefit
- Broader skill set. Gain better understanding of the key financial elements of Value-Based Management.
- Valuable communication skills. Improve your effectiveness in communicating with accounting and finance colleagues.
- Customised application of insights. Review financial statements from your own company or business unit – with the help of our expert faculty.
- New tools and methods. Acquire powerful techniques to aid analysis and decision-making.
The programme is designed for non-financial executives, including general managers, senior functional managers outside finance, board members and corporate customer-relations officers in financial service organisations who require a better understanding of the financial impact of business decisions.
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This programme qualifies for the INSEAD Certificate in Global Management.
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