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The Complete Finance Manager Course 2021

Financial Management, ERP systems, Accounting, Capital budgeting, Presentation design, Management, and Negotiation
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Understand how companies measure financial performance
Determine why ERP systems facilitate business process
Employ best practices when working on the implementation of an ERP system
Learn basic accounting principles
Specialize in advanced accounting topics (revenue recognition, invoicing mechanics, cost flow methods, capitalized costs, fair value accounting, revaluation, etc.)
Secure financing and understand debt covenants
Perform leasing calculations
Perform pension liabilities calculations
Know how to optimize a company's working capital
Perform inventory, trade receivables, and trade payables management
Recognize when a company is inefficient in its working capital management
Understand the time value of money
Be able to calculate cost of debt, cost of equity, and WACC
Forecast future cash flows
Discount future cash flows to obtain their present value
Know how to raise equity
Understand the treatment of dividend payments, share repurchases, and stock splits
Perform financial statement analysis
Assess investment opportunities
Apply capital budgeting techniques such as: NPV, IRR, and ROI
Build capital budgeting financial models from scratch
Perform sensitivity analysis
Create interactive Excel dashboards
Use Excel slicers for financial reporting
Create professional and attractive corporate presentations - in line with ones prepared by top tier investment banks
Study the ten key principles of presentation creation
Learn how to create company profile, key financials, share price, group structure, waterfall, geographical presence, and other types of slides used in finance
Calculate a company's net cash flow
Be able to create a company valuation model from scratch
Calculate a firm's enterprise and equity value using DCF
Learn how to become an effective and respected manager
Be able to recruit, select, onboard, train, develop, and retain talented employees
Provide employee feedback
Organize performance review meetings
Negotiate effectively
Apply negotiation tactics that will ensure your success in the long run

Welcome to The Complete Finance Manager Course!

This is the only online course you’ll need to acquire the financial management acumen to:

  • Start a career in finance

  • Get promoted and become a finance manager

  • Take your career to the next level

  • Apply managerial, financial, decision-making and negotiation skills in a real working environment

  • Understand why companies make money and how to improve their performance through financial analysis and management techniques

This is a financial management course combining 11 different courses!

  • Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems

  • Accounting basics

  • Advanced accounting

  • Working capital optimization

  • Financial statement analysis

  • Capital budgeting

  • Creating Pivot table dashboards

  • Effective corporate PowerPoint presentation skills

  • Company valuation

  • Management and HR Management

  • Negotiation

Take the course, if you want to become a finance manager – one of the hottest professions in the corporate world.

Learn from proven professionals who have trained more than 210,000 students on Udemy.The instructors of the course have acquired their experience while working for companies like Pwc, Coca-Cola Enterprises, HSBC, and Morgan Stanley.

The Complete Finance Manager Course is precisely what you need. We cover a number of topics that will build-up your skills and provide you with the all-around preparation required to get the job and be a Rockstar Finance Manager from Day 1.This is a complete bundle that ensures you will have the right amount of training to perform successfully.

Here comes the fun part!

 

We have prepared 10 Course Challenges. After each major block of the course, we will ask you to complete a project that will help you reinforce the knowledge you have acquired. 

We will challenge you to:

 

  • Point out potential problems of an ERP design and implementation scheme

  • Register a company’s accounting transactions for revenues, costs, trade receivables, inventory, fixed assets, and trade payables

  • Solve a cost flow method, revaluation, and leasing exercise

  • Suggest how to optimize a company’s working capital

  • Perform financial statement analysis for Tesla Inc.

  • Assess whether an electro power plant project is feasible from a financial perspective (capital budgeting)

  • Create a dynamic dashboard for Tesla’s sales using pivot tables and slicers

  • Value Tesla Inc. using Discounted Cash Flow  

  • Design a corporate presentation from scratch

  • Decide how to cope with different managerial situations 

Not only will you learn how to do all of this; you will be able to perform these tasks like a true professional.   

Once you have solved a Course Challenge, we expect you to share your working file with us and we’ll be happy to provide personalized feedback. This will be an interactive student-teacher experience that will allow us to connect and work together throughout the course.   

Why is this course different from the rest of the Finance courses out there?

 

  • High production quality – Every concept we teach is explained carefully and beautifully animated in Full HD

  • Knowledgeable instructors – Not one, not two, but three proven professionals will teach you in this course. We have made an effort to bring in experts who will teach you the real practical skills you’ll need on the job

  • Complete – This is a comprehensive course providing a 360-overview of the skills needed to be a finance manager

  • Case Studies that will help you reinforce what you’ve learned

  • Course Challenge: Solve our Course Challenge and make this an interactive experience. We will provide feedback on your work and you’ll be able to track the actual progress you have made throughout the course

  • We are here for you – we will respond to your questions in the Q&A board within 1 business day

  • Fast pace – our courses are very dynamic, and instructors do not waste any time delivering the material

Why should you consider a career as a finance manager?

  1. Personal growth. This is a multifaceted job that requires you to learn plenty and grow as a professional   

  2. Salary. The average salary of finance manager in the US is $117,990 per year

     

  3. Secure Future. In an age when many professions are in danger of automation, you can be certain this is a safe career choice as finance managers will be needed by companies to analyze all the financial data and optimize operations and sales channels

     

  4. Promotions. Once you are able to become a finance manager, you will continue to grow professionally and will have a good chance of becoming a CFO   

So, what are you waiting for?

Click the “Take this course button”, and let’s begin this journey together!

Welcome! Course introduction

1
What does the course cover?

What does it mean to be a finance manager?

1
How we measure financial performance
2
Improving performance measurement and collecting data

The importance of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems

1
What is an ERP system?
2
Strongest advantages of ERP systems
3
Quiz ERP systems (1/2)
4
Difficulties when implementing an ERP system
5
Best practices when implementing a new ERP system
6
A finance manager's leadership is crucial when implementing a new system
7
Case study: Hershey's
8
Quiz ERP systems (2/2)
9
ERP Systems - Course Challenge #1

Accounting Basics - Types of revenues, costs, assets, and liabilities

1
Introduction to the section
2
The different types of accounting standards
3
The three financial statements
4
Types of revenues
5
Types of revenues - exercise
6
Types of expenses
7
Income taxes
8
Depreciation & Amortization
9
Types of assets
10
Asset categories - practical example
11
Types of liabilities
12
Liability categories - practical example
13
Equity
14
Accrual accounting

Accounting Basics - Revenue recognition

1
The importance of timing when recognizing revenues
2
Revenue recognition criteria - technical
3
Potential conflicts of interest when recognizing revenue
4
A practical example

Accounting Basics - Cost recognition

1
Cost recognition principles
2
Technical aspects of cost recognition
3
The two types of Income Statement formats
4
Basic Accounting - Course Challenge #2

Advanced Accounting - Trade receivables

1
Introduction to the section
2
The importance of Trade receivables
3
What happens when clients do not pay on time?
4
Case study - dealing with non-paying customers
5
A technique to improve receivables collection

Advanced Accounting - Inventory

1
Types of Inventory
2
The relationship between Cogs and Inventory
3
The different cost flow methods
4
Cost flow methods - a practical exercise

Advanced Accounting - Fixed assets

1
The types of fixed assets
2
Capitalizing interest expenses
3
Fair value accounting
4
Intangible assets with finite life vs. Intangible assets with infinite life
5
The revaluation model
6
The revaluation model - practical exercise
7
Intangible assets created internally

Advanced Accounting - Trade payables

1
Accounting for trade payables
2
Accounts payable vs notes payable
3
The advantages of e-invoicing

Advanced Accounting - Financial liabilities

1
Distinguishing between debt and equity
2
Loan amortization
3
Debt covenants
4
Debt covenants - Case study

Advanced Accounting - Leasing liabilities

1
Why companies lease assets?
2
Leasing exercise
3
Cost flow methods, Leasing, Revaluation - Course Challenge #3

Sources of financing - Debt financing

1
Why use leverage?
2
The relationship between leverage and cost of debt

Sources of financing - Equity financing

1
Types of equity
2
Raising equity in different stages of a company's lifecycle
3
What type of dividends are distributed to shareholders?
4
Timing mechanics of dividend payments
5
Share repurchases
6
Stock splits

Financial statement analysis

1
Introduction to financial statement analysis
2
Performing financial statement analysis
3
Ratio analysis
4
Practical example: Analyzing P&G's financial report (1/2)
5
Practical example: Analyzing P&G's financial report (2/2)
6
Financial statement analysis of Tesla Inc. - Course Challenge #5

Working capital management

1
Introduction
2
The importance of working capital optimization: case study
3
Overtrading vs. excessive investment
4
Trade receivables management
5
Re-order level
6
Economic order quantity (EOQ)
7
Inventory optimization techniques
8
Trade payables management
9
Working capital optimization - a roadmap
10
Symptoms of inefficient working capital - Trade payables
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