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7 & 8 October (Wednesday &Thursday) • Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur 27 & 28 October 2009 (Tuesday & Wednesday) Royale Bintang Hotel Seremban 16 & 17 November (Monday & Tuesday) • Crystal Crown Hotel Petaling Jaya 14 & 15 December (Monday & Tuesday) • Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur Financial *BASED On THE MERIT OF EACH APPLICAnT EssEntials COURSE OUtlinE day OnE: 0900–1030 i COMPREhEndinG FinanCial StatEMEntS for Non-financial Professionals - The importance to understand accounts - Types of business organisations in Malaysia - Accounting concepts and rules - The Accounting process - The Accounting cycle The management of money or finance - The Accounting equation strikes an impact upon you as an 1030–1045 1045–1300 Coffee Break Classification of expenses and cost centres individual and as an organisation. For - The element of long-term assets in the Financial Statements - Understanding depreciation and other ‘non-cash’ expenses you to know, understand and interpret - Treatment of accruals, prepayments and provisions financial reports you need to be savvy in - Key Financial Statements and its structure - Comprehending the Profit and Loss Statement & Balance Sheet financial principles as a better manager, - The accounting function and its manifold role - Contrast between Financial and Management Accounts leader and for professional relationships, - Profit Distribution & Dividend Policy - Off Balance Sheet items and its impact moving forward. 1300–1400 Lunch Break 1400–1430 Group Activity: Classify Assets, Liabilities, Equity, Income & Expenses ObjECtivES 1430–1530 ii CaSh iS KinG - Demystifying the financial jargon & key terminologies This workshop is designed for every functional role across - Cash-Flows and Business-Flows industries to get a firm grasp on the numbers side of a job. - Cash, Capital, Gearing & Business Risk You will develop business acumen and be able to apply financial - The Operating Cycle management knowledge to your work, business and personal life. - Working Capital Management - Inventory, Receivables & Payables You will also be able to: 1530–1545 Tea Break • Understand Financial Statements and their relationships 1545–1630 - Cash-Flow Planning and Projection - Discovering the linkage between Profit and Cash • Distinguish between Profit and Cash - Cash and its relationship with other items in the Balance Sheet • Use financial tools to diagnose and analyse the relationship 1630–1730 Case Study: Reconciling Profit to Cash linking the numbers in financial statements 1730 End of Day One • See the underlying business dynamics from a day twO: financial perspective 0900–1030 iii CORPORatE FinanCial PlanninG & COntROl • Make better business decisions with a keen insight for the - The basis for Corporate Control business numbers - Resource Assessment, Gap Analysis & Financial Modeling - Corporate Financial Planning Flow • “Think Bottom-Line” and transform performance measures into - The role of Managers in the Operational and Financial Budgets financial results - The distinction between Capital & Revenue Budgets • Better manage part, or even the whole of any business you are - The various financial statements and their inherent relationship involved in 1030–1045 Coffee Break 1045–1300 Case Study: Getting to Grips with the Numbers • Prepare a Financial Plan for a Business Preparing a Financial Plan for a Business Organisation • Apply your knowledge to enhance profit for the organisation - Profit and Loss Account - Balance Sheet • Build the necessary confidence to work with - Cash Flow Statement financial professionals - Cash Flow Plan • Participate effectively in management meetings - Sales Budget - Purchases Budget • Know what questions to ask and whether you are getting the right - Inventory Budget answers 1300–1400 Lunch Break • Build cooperative working relationships that enhance 1400–1530 iv FinanCial analySiS organisational value ffective use of Vertical Analysis and Horizontal Analysis E Ratio Analysis for business performance measurement and as • Build a more productive relationship with Top Management an asset management and liability regulating tool - Performance Ratios • Become a rejuvenated team-player in achieving corporate - Liquidity Ratios and financial goals - Efficiency Ratios • Scan an annual report and zero in on the most - Solvency Ratios valuable information - Stock Market Ratios ‘How to read the financial pages’ - PE, DY • Extend professional skills and add career value How to interpret and analyse annual reports Uncovering “creative accounting” & “window dressing” whO ShOUld attEnd 1545–1645 Tea Break 1645–1730 Case Study: Ratio Analysis & Review of an Annual Report 1 Entrepreneurs & people who intend to set up ‘Home-Based Business’ Special Quiz: Financial Essentials 2 General Managers with profit responsibility A specially designed “reality-tv” style quiz to reinforce 3 Head of Departments, Branch and Divisional Managers the knowledge gleaned over the two days 4 Investors & Company Directors 1730 End of Programme 5 Managers, Executives and Technical Specialists 6 Professionals such as Doctors, Architects and Lawyers * Please bring your calculator for hands on 7 People who want to work smarter in creating wealth understanding and group work. FaCilitatOR’S PROFilE YOGA THEVAN is an associate of CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, UK) and obtained an MBA from the renowned Strathclyde University Graduate School of Business, Europe’s largest Business School. His career began in manufacturing (Panasonic) in 1987 and he moved into banking and stock-broking (AM Merchant Bank) in 1992 before returning to Panasonic to take charge of the Finance Department at a new factory in 1993. He left in 2002 to become a full-time knowledge facilitator with organisations and a regular speaker with PSMB. Yoga is also a founding member of the Malaysian Association of Professional Speakers (MAPS) in year 2000 and currently holds the position of President-Elect. ReGiSTRaTiON FORM online registration: www.mia.org.my aDMiNiSTRaTive DeTaiLS FiNaNCiaL eSSeNTiaLS FOR NON-FiNaNCiaL PROFeSSiONaLS COURSE FEE Member | RM 800 YES! (I am / We are) interested to attend the course on (Please tick ˛ where applicable) : Member Firm’s Staff q & 8 October (wednesday &thursday), Concorde hotel Kuala lumpur 7 or Sponsored Staff 1 | RM 850 q & 28 October 2009 (tuesday & wednesday), Royale bintang hotel Seremban 27 non-member | RM 900 q & 17 november (Monday & tuesday), Crystal Crown hotel Petaling jaya 16 Fee is inclusive of course materials, 2 tea breaks and lunch q & 15 december (Monday & tuesday), Concorde hotel Kuala lumpur 14 per day. Fee is made payable to Mia-MPdC (for Klang Valley) and 1. FUll naME aS PER i/C (Dato’ / Datin / Dr / Mr / Mrs / Ms): to MalaySian inStitUtE OF aCCOUntantS (for other locations). Admittance will only be permitted upon receipt of full payment. Registration made by fax must be followed dESiGnatiOn: immediately by payment. 1 Sponsoring member is required to indicate his name, designation and membership number in the registration MEMbERShiP nO. 1 : vEGEtaRian MEal q yes form. The sponsored staff must report directly to him in his firm or company, but for the latter, not in a subsidiary or 2. FUll naME aS PER i/C (Dato’ / Datin / Dr / Mr / Mrs / Ms): related company. In the absence of written information on sponsoring, no refunds will be applicable after confirmation of acceptance of registration. Terms and conditions apply. dESiGnatiOn: REGiStRatiOn / EnQUiRy KlanG vallEy : Watie MEMbERShiP nO. 1 : vEGEtaRian MEal q yes tEl : 03.2279 9359 FaX : 03.2273 5167 EMail : firstname.lastname@example.org 3. FUll naME aS PER i/C (Dato’ / Datin / Dr / Mr / Mrs / Ms): add : Malaysian Institute of Accountants Dewan Akauntan no. 2, Jalan Tun Sambanthan 3 Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur dESiGnatiOn: SEREMban : Mr. Koh Kea Yam tEl : 06.762 3585 FaX : 06.762 3585 EMail : email@example.com MEMbERShiP nO. 1 : vEGEtaRian MEal q yes add : c/o K Y Koh & Partners 2398, 1st Floor, Taman Labu Utama ORGaniSatiOn: Jalan Sungai Ujong, 70200 Seremban negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus tiME indUStRy: COntaCt PERSOn: 9.00am to 5.30pm ClOSinG datE addRESS: One week before the programme. CPE hOURS You will be presented with a Certificate of Attendance upon successful completion of the programme. As for MIA members, CPE hours will be credited into the Membership E-Mail: System within 2 weeks of the programme date. To qualify for the CPE credit hours and Certificate of Attendance, tEl: FaX: participants are required to attend the event in full. CanCEllatiOn Upon registering, participant(s) are considered successfully tOtal FEE : RM ChEQUE nO. : enrolled in the event. Should participant(s) decide to cancel their enrollment; a cancellation fee will be levied. Written cancellations received: • One (1) week before the event, a refund (less an administrative charge of 20%) will be made. • For no-show on the day of the event, no refund will be entertained. SiGnatURE & COMPany StaMP You can substitute an alternate participant(s) if you wish to avoid cancellation charges. Any difference in fee charges PayMEnt by CREdit CaRd q viSa q MaStER (tick whichever applicable) Card Expiry Date: will be charged accordingly. Cancelled unpaid registrations will also be liable for full Card no.: | | | | | / | | | | | / | | | | | / | | | | | payment of the registration fee. diSClaiMER Cardholder name : Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) reserves the right to change the facilitator, date and to cancel the programme I authorise payment of RM should circumstances beyond its control arises. MIA also reserves the right to make alternative arrangements without prior notice should it be necessary to do so. Upon Date : Signature : signing the registration form, you are deemed to have read and accepted the terms and conditions.
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