Equip with finance and accounting knowledge is no longer an option in
today’s fast business world. There is a growing trend to work in
multi-disciplinary teams where knowledge of core finance, accounting and cost
concepts is necessary to achieve common level of understanding and
communication in relation to shared objectives and corporate drivers. Those who
need to make presentations to boards or committees will benefit from knowing some
of the key financial concepts in order to present ideas to the higher level of
1. Myth of "Profit"
2. Cashflow vs Profit
- Reconciling between profits and cashflow figures
- Auditors' report and interpretations
3. Linking Financial Statement
- The link between balance sheet, profit & loss account and cashflow statement
- Structure of cashflow statement (operating activities, investing activities and financing activities
4. Preparing Cashflow Statement
5. Analysing Business Performance Using Cashflow Statements
- Using published listed financial statements of listed companies to demonstrate and interpret the financial operating performance of these enterprises in terms of liquidity, solvency, profitability financing and investing.
6. Cashflow Budgeting
- Planning and developing an annual budget
- Forecasting and projecting future activities (operating, investing and financing)
- Preparing operating activity budgets
7. Cashflow Strategies for Your Business
- Key consideration in cashflow management
- Factors to be considered when designing an effective cashflow system
This workshop uses practical exercises to demonstrate the development of cashflow budgets and to conduct a comprehensive analysis of an organisation’s performance using cashflow statements
Who Should Attend
Managers and head of departments who do not work in accounting and finance but who need to know how basic accounting and finance work, in order to apply accounting and finance related techniques when making business decisions
LIM KAIM SOON
CA (SINGAPORE), EMBA (HELSINKI), FCCA (UK), BBA (HONS), NUS
Lim Kaim Soon graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor degree (honours) in Business Administration (majoring in finance & investment). He is also a fellow member of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants, UK. Kaim Soon completed his Executive MBA at the Helsinki School of Economics (now Aalto University), Finland.
Kaim Soon has been a corporate trainer specializing in accounting and financial management, working with various local and overseas consulting and training institutes. He conducts regular workshops, seminars and in-house group training to senior management and staff of statutory boards and business corporations
Through his own company, he provides financial consultancy services to local as well as foreign companies in Singapore. His areas of specialization include financial & management accounting, corporate investment and financing, as well as corporate due diligence. He likes to adopt unique training methods as the emphasis is application-oriented i.e. learn-apply-related to what the individual does in his/her work. He often uses the actual corporate financial data to perform and show financial analysis in the real business world.
Kaim Soon’s past corporate working experiences include financial control and general management in banking, insurance, retail and manufacturing industries.
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