Accounting, Finance and Economics

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Project Finance is a highly technical and complex field that has evolved with PPPs especially as a limited-recourse facility.  As a rapidly developing field of practice in connection with the rolling out of PPPs in Nigeria, there has been established a grave need for the updating of the skills of…

Who should attend:

This seminar is designed specifically for financial analysts, investment bankers, consultants, transaction advisers as well as chairpersons, directors, commissioners and managers of parastatals currently involved or intending to engage in PPPs through project financing; chairmen, directors and managers of private companies who are intending or are currently engaged in PPPs.

Key Benefits
Understanding the underlying principles and rationale for employing project finance in Infrastructure Projects Comparing the fundamental structures of limited-recourse project financing vs. corporate and sovereign financing techniques for infrastructure Learning how to design, set-up, and effectively label spreadsheet models for infrastructure project financings Understanding how to structure financial statements within…

Whether an organisation is for profit or not-for-profit; or, it is pursuing a single or triple-bottom line agenda, a common driver of success on a sustainable basis is an effective and efficient cost management system. Cost is said to be a reflection of the choices we make. This programme offers…

Who should attend:

This seminar is ideally suited to those involved in contract negotiations as well as those responsible for improving their organisations’ operational results. Sales and marketing personnel will also benefit by understanding their costs and providing better solutions to key customers.

Key Benefits
At the end of this programme, you will be able to: Understand the linkage between your business strategy and cost management strategy Obtain, understand and apply a set of cost management tools Gain an understanding of the cost structure of the goods and services procured Distinguish between price and cost…

This is a detailed financial modeling programme that seeks to equip participants with practical knowledge and skills in modeling financial statements, enterprise valuation, M & A (Accretion/Dilution) using DCF enabled by Excel. With a hand-holding approach, participants will build models from  scratch. This will be achieved with real case studies,…

Who should attend:

The programme is designed to benefit Investment Bankers, Equity Research Associates, Business Development Analysts, Asset & Hedge Fund Managers, Accounting/Treasury/Corporate Finance Professionals and anyone seeking to improve their financial and valuation modeling skill set.

Key Benefits
At the end of this programme, you will be honed with the: Knowledge of Microsoft Excel used in financial modeling Knowledge and skills in modeling financial statement, business and enterprise valuation, and Merger & Acquisition (Accretion/Dilution) Understanding and learning of the conceptual underpinnings of the valuation framework followed by step-by-step…

This short course seeks to explain the link between an organisation’s budget and its strategic plan, advise managers of the overall organisational goal, project organisational and department-specific volumes, recognise the relationship between volume, revenue and expenses, and set organisational and department-specific budgetary goals using peer benchmarks.

Who should attend:

Managers, Executives and Company Directors/Owners without accounting/finance skill or knowledge but keen on translating their strategies into financials

Key Benefits
At the end of this programme, you will be honed with the: Knowledge of the common accounting tools companies use for planning and controlling what to do for customer satisfaction and marketplace success. Provision of a measure of the financial results a company expects from its planned activities. Ability to…

Every senior executive and manager require the skills necessary to make informed financial decisions to deliver value in their organisations. This programme focuses on the responsibilities of the non-finance and non-accounting senior executive for finance and financial accounting, reporting and analysis including cost reports and information, cost analysis and cost…

Who should attend:

This programme is designed to benefit: Senior executives, company directors, owner-managers, senior executives/managers and other professionals without accounting and finance knowledge or skills, who need to make informed use of corporate financial statements and managerial accounting reports or information as well as business finance decisions.

Key Benefits
Through this course, participants will gain knowledge and skills to read, understand, and prepare and use financial statements and other financial information and reports, both for reporting to investors and for internal use by executives in management decision making, planning, controlling and evaluating the business performance.

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