What financial skills are required of a board member? How do you value a company, or determine the risks associated with megers and acquisitions?
In this course we will explore vital aspects of knowledge and understanding regarding company finance. This includes methods of raising finance, reporting financial information, considering investments, valuations and acquisitions together with best practice ways of working with both internal and external auditors. We will explore potential problem areas and how to overcome them even if you are not from a financial background and have no prior financial experience.
This course counts as 4 CPD hours of learning and may be taken individually or as part of the full 16-hour programme.
- Company accounts
- Key ratios
- Management and financial accounts
- Business funding and investment appraisal
- Shareholder value
Steven FlintSee bio×
Steven is an experienced qualified accountant and business consultant with over 20 years’ senior management experience delivering sustained growth, cost reduction and projects internationally. He has considerable international commercial business expertise, including strategy development, business management, sales and project management. Steven has worked globally for industrial, commercial and public sector organisations, including a Big Four professional services company, a FTSE 100 engineering company, and various UK government departments.
Steven is an active member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) in both the UK and Ireland and was Chair of the Munster Panel in Ireland from 2016-2018.
Pricing & Packages
Price per course: £500 (excl. VAT)
Package bookings are available for those interested in taking the full FT Board Director Online series, find out more here.
Enterprise rates are available for organisations with multi-user requirements, to discuss your organisations needs please email email@example.com and a member of our team will be in touch.
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