Grasping Financial Management

This programme is part of a larger programme "Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers". Discover the full programme here!

We’ve followed government advice and cancelled all on-campus activities for the time being. Therefore this programme will be organised online, rather than on campus. As we’ve been developing our online learning offer for many years we’re confident that you’ll get maximum value from this digital experience. All you need to take part is a good internet connection, webcam and microphone.

Make the right investment decisions

Investments are necessary to create value, however, they can impact the Balance Sheet negatively. Investing is all about weighing up risks. That’s why it is useful to have frameworks and methods to help you make informed decisions. This programme introduces concepts such as cash flow, net working capital, payback and net present value (NPV).

You will be able to better manage the net capital in your company and to assess the profitability of your investment projects with more accuracy. You will make informed decisions about all aspects of investment. And you will always maintain an equilibrium in the management of investment-linked risks.

Upcoming Editions

Start: 04/06/2020

Venue(s): Online

Language: Dutch

Enrol

Start: 05/10/2020

Venue(s): Vlerick Campus Leuven

Language: Dutch

Enrol (Leuven)

Start: 30/11/2020

Venue(s): Vlerick Campus Brussels

Language: English

Enrol (Brussel)

Why this programme?

Why this programme?
  • You will master all the key concepts such as cashflow, net working capital, payback and net present value (NPV)
  • You will know the different methods applying to investment policy
  • You will be able to draw up a financial plan just like an expert
  • You will know the complete investment process down to the smallest detail

For whom?

For whom?
  • You have to deal with questions concerning the feasibility and selection of investments
  • You want to launch investment projects from an operational standpoint, yet you don’t have the financial knowledge to assess their profitability

Detailed programme

Detailed Programme

This 2-day programme consist of 2 modules: the key concepts of financial management en the investment process.

Practical info

Info

Type: Short Focused

Length: 2 days

Start: 04/06/2020

Language: Dutch or English

IAB certified

This programme entitles 12 PE points.

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