Financial Management

Management today demands business professionals and all executives have the ability to think, act and make decisions in an integrated and cross-functional manner. The idea that knowledge of financial management is needed only by certain people is no longer valid in business management. Now all professionals, especially at the middle and upper levels, need to understand the financial management of a company in order to achieve optimal performance.

Learning Objectives

Provide a thorough understanding of the theory, practice, and the latest issues regarding the concept of corporate financial management in order to improve the quality of decision making and investment strategies both in the short and long term.

This module is expected to improve the ability of executives from the field of financial management or the financial industry to understand risks and returns, so as to optimize decision making on investment opportunities and choices, sources of funds and dividend policies.

Learning Coverage

  • Value Creation & Corporate Finance
  • Understanding Financial Statement
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Working Capital Management
  • Statement of Cash Flows
  • Fundamental of Value Creation
  • Time Value of Money
  • Cost of Capital
  • Valuation (BOND & SHARE)
  • Introduction to M & A
  • Capital Structure Theory
  • Capital Budgeting: Decision
  • Dividend Policy
  • Leasing

Learning Method

  • Synchronous Online Learning and Hybrid Learning
  • Case study
  • Group discussions
  • Guest speaker



  • Company Business Development Team
  • Credit Analyst, Risk Management Officers, Bank Loan Staff
  • Financial Controllers, Finance Managers, Treasurers, and senior financial staff
  • Fresh graduates who desire to become entrepreneurs
  • Managers from non-finance departments who wish to increase their knowledge in financial management to support their knowledge and work
  • Consultants and other professionals who wish to complete their knowledge in the field of financial management.


  • 12 Jun 2024
  • 7 Oct 2024