This is a 1-day virtual learning programme. Upon successful registration and payment, registrants will be sent a web link and access details of the workshop.
Most people would say and agree with this statement, "Numbers don't lie".
Financial KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) are measurable values that indicate how well a business is performing pertaining to generating revenue, profits and values. Monitoring KPIs shows whether a business is on its way achieving its short-term and long-term business goals.
Key Performance Indicators (a.k.a KPIs), help determine the condition and sustainability of the current business model of an organisation.
Carrying out regular review of KPIs will help firms to:
- Identify strengths and weakness of their business organisations
- Spot potential problems before they turn serious
- Determine which aspects of the business are underperforming
- Increase the firm’s competitive advantage in its market segments
All KPIs have a common goal: To keep businesses well-tuned and ready for financial success. So the key questions remain : What's behind those numbers you see ? Growth or Danger ?
The understanding and use of the following in accounting practice :
- Profitability KPIs
- Return on Investments and Profit Margins
- Operations Efficiency (Non-financial) KPIs
- Productivity KPIs, Activity KPIs
- Cash Flow KPIs
- Burn rate, sustainability, and free cash flows, cash flow ROI
- Asset management KPIs
- Total asset KPIs, Working capital (account receivables, inventory and accounts payable) KPIs
- Liquidity KPIs
- Current ratio, quick ratio, cash flow current ratio
- Debt management KPIs
- Gearing ratio, Debt-equity ratio, Times interest earned ratio
- Business Valuation KPIs
- Earnings per share, PE ratio, Dividend payout, Dividend yield
- PB ratio, Economic Value Added, Enterprise Value
Note: Participants are expected to perform calculations using their calculator during this workshop
Participants will be engaged in learning and developing financial KPIs through the various classic case studies discussed.
Who Would Benefit
Managers and executives who do not work in accounting and finance fields but who need to know how financial numbers are organized, presented and applied based on financial KPIs to be met when making business decisions.
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