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Financial Management Made Easy for All

A simple, innovative, and engaging approach to demystify the concepts of finance
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 4h 47m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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The topics covered under the subject Financial Management are being designed and developed by Knowledge Horizon with an objective to demystify the concepts without any prior knowledge with the help of our innovative, simple and easy to understand instructional strategy.  These topics will equip you with the knowledge and tools to apply them in your field and functional areas. With an innovative instructional and presentation methodology, we have tried to simplify quantitative subject like Financial Management with the help of animations, hence named it as Animated Business Concepts (ABC). Not alone do these topics save lots of your precious time, but they likewise furnish a productive and an efficient learning experience owing to the use of excellent audio-visual presentation strategies.  The idea is to make the concepts available to you as simply simple, easily accessible and enjoyable which can be used by you as quick reference learning material with the help of which you can fill your knowledge gap on Finance easily and apply  it as per your specific requirements.
This course encompasses the fundamentals of Financial Management which will be capable to build solid fundamental knowledge on the following eleven concepts:
•Time Value of Money •Liquidity Ratios •Efficiency or Turnover Ratios •Solvency Ratios •Profitability Ratios •Company Valuation •Investment Appraisal Technique (Basic) •Investment Appraisal Technique (Advance) •Working Capital Management •Capital Structure •Cost of Capital The above topics will be explained through videos, Job Aids as a ready reckoner to be used as a ready-to-use material and assessments to confirm your understanding on the relevant subject matter.

You will learn

✓ Time Value of Money: •Recognise the meaning and importance of compounding and discounting; •Calculate and analyse the future value and present value of a lump sum amount; •Compare the present value of an annuity with the present value of an annuity due
✓ Liquidity Ratios: •Identify the importance of liquidity ratios; •Calculate different liquidity ratios; •Interpret the calculated ratios; •Identify measures to improve the ratios
✓ Efficiency Ratios: •Identify the importance of the efficiency ratios; •Calculate the different efficiency ratios; •Analyse the efficiency ratios of the company with respect to industry standards; •Identify measures to improve the efficiency ratios
✓ Solvency & Coverage Ratios: •Identify the meaning of solvency and coverage ratios; •Calculate different types of solvency and coverage ratios; •Interpret the solvency and coverage ratios
✓ Profitability Ratios: •Recognise the importance of financial ratios; •Calculate the profitability ratios; •Identify how profitability ratios can be improved
✓ Company Valuation: •Identify the importance of valuing a company; •Recognise the different approaches used for company valuations; •Compute the value of the company under different approaches; •Use the approaches of company valuation to make strategic decisions
✓ Investment Appraisal Techniques – Basic: •Identify the importance of investment appraisal techniques; •Find out the payback period and discounted payback period of an investment; •Compare the payback period with the discounted payback period; •Determine the average rate of return for an investment
✓ Investment Appraisal Techniques – Advanced: •Identify the importance of investment appraisal techniques; •Calculate the net present value and profitability index of an investment; •Determine the internal rate of return for an investment; •Use the investment appraisal techniques to make business decisions
✓ Working Capital Management: •Identify the components of working capital; •Determine the operating cycle periods of a manufacturing firm; •Estimate the working capital requirement for the business
✓ Capital Structure: •Identify the meaning and importance of capital structure; •Analyse different capital structures; •Recognise the theories of capital structure; •Calculate and interpret optimum capital structure
✓ Cost of Capital: •Identify the different sources of finance; •Calculate the Cost of Debt, the Cost of Preference Shares and the Cost of Equity Shares; •Calculate the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)


• • Pre-requisite knowledge on the subject is not required;
• • Audio-system is required to hear the voice;
• • Internet access;
• • Video player;
• • Adobe Flash Player;
• • Adobe PDF Reader

This course is for

• This course on Financial Management would be of immense value to business and accounting students, teachers, and professors and anyone who seeks to better understand the core principles and concepts of finance and learn how to apply them. These could also be extremely useful for entrepreneurs, business owners, managers, working professionals from any function such as Marketing, Operations, HR, Accounts, etc., and from any industry.
Founder of Knowledge Horizon & Ph.D. in Finance & Investment
Founder & President of Knowledge Horizon Ltd., Dr. Maén Al Qatamin holds an MBA in Finance from Nottingham School of Management and a PhD in Finance and Investment from Warwick Business School in the UK. He has worked extensively with prestigious organisations such as the Central Bank of Jordan (Jordan), Warwick Business School (UK), University of Dubai (UAE) and others. Due to his unique experience in management, strategic leadership, organisational excellence and entrepreneurship, his ‘Expert’ status is recognised by a number of highly prestigious international organisations such as the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM), Warwick Business School and the University of Cambridge.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 4h 47m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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