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Training & Development  > Financial Management


The aim of the program is to define general finance concepts to non-financier managers and to ensure that managers get the maximum benefit from the financial instruments at hand in the strategic management of companies.


  • Basic Definitions

  • Financial Markets and Macroeconomic Analysis

    • Reflections of company strategies and financial instruments on financial statements

  • Interaction Between Accounting-Finance-Production-Audit

  • Fundamentals of Accounting

    • Accounting equation and balance sheet

    • What is an income statement?

    • Interaction between balance sheet and income statement

    • Is the money available in the safe “company income”?

  • Cost Logic and Control of Expense Items

  • Financial Statements and Some Valuations (Income Statement, Trial Balance, Inventory and Cash Flow Management)

  • What is the "Trial Balance" and How Do We Follow the "Trial Balance"?

  • Cash Flow and Its Importance

  • What Banks Want to See in Financial Statements

  • Estimation of Working Capital Needs and Net Working Capital Management

  • What is Budgeting? How to use?

    • Joint use of necessary information in budgeting and reflection of parameter changes on income statement and other financial data

  • The concept of “Net Working Capital” and the “instruments” that can be used, “liquidity” and debt management

  • Financial Decisions and “Finance Mathematics”

  • Local Financing Opportunities-Transaction Selection and Valuation of the “Foreign Investor” Company-Financial System (Bank-Investor-Shareholder) Main Points in Information Exchange

  • Possible Effects of Foreign Transactions on Company Balance Sheet and Income Statement

  • Possible Effects of “Inflation Accounting” Application on Balance Sheet and Income Statement


NOTE: Participants are required to have a calculator with them during this training program.


6-8 Days


All employees involved.

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