“Are you losing touch with your financial accounting know-how and getting left behind in today’s world of rapid change and economic turmoil?”
- You may think your financial accounting know-how is adequate and up-to-date for financial reporting, decision-making, planning, and performance measurement – it probably isn’t!
- Don’t be complacent – it really is crucial for non-financial managers and accountants and financial managers to keep their skill-set sharp and relevant.
It’s essential to regularly update your knowledge of financial accounting tools, techniques, and reporting.
Financial accounting know-how includes an up-to-date knowledge of:
- Financial statements: income statement; balance sheet; statement of cash flows, and compliance with financial and accounting standards
- Debt and equity financing
- Working capital and cash flow
- Corporate governance
- Financial reporting
Daily we are required to deal with large amounts of financial data, provide financial reporting, and make financially-supported business decisions. Our effectiveness is limited if we are unable to practice and use the financial accounting knowledge and expertise we have acquired from past education and experience on a day-to-day basis. This is why we need to continually refresh and update our expertise: the appropriate level of training is readily available from world class training providers Glomacs who present public and in-house user-friendly courses worldwide: Financial Accounting And Reporting provides the essential know-how for financial managers and non-financial managers at every level.