Course ID: CFC

Corporate Finance Check-up: Renovate Your Analytical Toolbox

Understanding how to use common corporate finance tools is a skill that separates those who will become Chief Financial Officers from those who will always remain accountants. This seminar provides a refresher on corporate finance skills for those who work or aspire to work at a CFO level.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • To introduce a quick, but comprehensive approach to four types of financial analysis.
  • To develop a more effective and focused approach to business unit evaluation.

MAJOR TOPICS

Internal & External Financial Statement Analysis

  • The 3 P’s of analysis
  • Using the trifecta
  • The 3 targets of analysis The CFO and Integrated Planning
  • The 3 elements of planning
  • The finance role in strategic planning
  • Why it’s a financial plan not a budget Operating Metrics for Success
  • Strategically driven metrics
  • Turning measurement into reality
  • Tracking performance results Banker Selection and Retention
  • It’s the banker, not the bank
  • 10 tips for banker selection
  • Sustaining an effective banking relationship Forecasting as a Valuation Tool
  • 5 steps in an effective valuation
  • Using the capital asset pricing model
  • Cash flow and earnings valuation models 10 Steps for Keeping Your Toolbox Full Cases and Group Discussion: This seminar includes six cases and exercises for group discussion.

DESIGNED FOR
CFOs, controllers and other experienced financial managers

FIELD OF STUDY
Finance

PREREQUISITES
None

COURSE PRODUCER
Executive Education, Inc.

CPE CREDITS
8.0

LEVEL
Overview

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