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Accounting and Finance For Practitioners , .
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Introduction:

Many multinational companies (MNC’s) and government- linked companies (GLC’s) and other companies, banks, financial institutions, regularly recruited employees in the accounting and finance division. New practitioners need to be exposed to systematic training in order to boost their learning curve. Although they have acquired some basic knowledge in accounting and finance they need regular reinforcement in order to perform better in their area of specialization.

How Will You Benefit

Key learning areas covered during this course include:

  • Understand the objective of a business
  • Understand the role and task of the Finance Function
  • Know the difference between Accounting vs Finance
  • Understand the Financial Statements, Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Profit & Loss Account, Cash Flow Statement
  • Interpreting the Balance Sheet, measuring & reporting Financial Performance
  • Financial Planning, Projected Financial Statements
  • Financial Statement Analysis & Interpretations

Who Should Attend

  • All junior executive, new employees of the company from Accounting and Finance Department
  • Trainees officers and all employees in the company especially in the Finance and Accounting
  • Department
  • Senior Manager and Managers from other Departments in the company
  • All Accounting & Finance Practitioners

Methodology

The course will be conducted as an interactive session and course materials will be provided to all participants. Group Project and Case studies will also be used in conducting this programme. Module 3 and 4 will be conducted as a Workshop to effectively enforce understanding. Question and Answer sessions will be opened at the end of every module to enforce understanding and retention. The speaker will also share his experiences on various issues relating to the topic of discussion to further enhance understanding of the issues.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING & FINANCE
  • MEASURING AND REPORTING FINANCIAL POSITION
  • FINANCIAL PLANNING & PROJECTED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
  • FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS & INTERPRETATION
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An Intermediate Practical Class On GST ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCE WITH *SOFTWARE , .
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Program: An Intermediate Practical Class On GST Accounting For Non-Finance

Are You…
-Having high volume of accounting errors just to cope with GST?
-Having issues with your current GST Software System?
-Having high human errors in tax code mapping?
-GL chart of accounts haywire?

Join this Public Course…

In this 2 day course, you will
1. Learn the effective & practical way of GST Accounting
2. Learn to 'port-over' from your existing troublesome GST software to a more user-friendly 'UCOUNTING GST Software'
3. Get Certificate
4. Face time with GST Software Specialist on technical issues
5. Q & A Session with GST Certified Trainer
6. Software selected: Ucouting GST Software

Complimentary

FREE 1 year subscription on UCOUNTING GST SOFTWARE
FREE technical support to 'Port-Over' from your existing GST software to Ucounting GST Software
FREE live support on GST Accounting related matters

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An Overview Of Malaysian Private Entities Reporting Standards (MPERS) , .
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Introduction

On 14 February 2014, the Malaysian Accounting Standards Board (MASB) issued a new financial reporting framework for private entities; the Malaysian Private Entities Reporting Standard (MPERS). All private reporting entities are required to apply MPERS for financial statements beginning on or after 1 January 2016.

The MPERS is a set of national accounting standards for private entities closely aligned to the IFRS for SMEs. Apart from the sections on income tax and real estate as well as the exemption of the presentation of consolidated financial statements, the requirements in all other sections in the MPERS are word-for-word the IFRS for SMEs. MPERS issued by the International

Accounting Standards Board (IASB) in 2009 is a set of simplified IFRSs built on an IFRS foundation, designed specifically for SMEs and is internationally recognised.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :

  • This course aims to provide participants an insight into MPERS to help them prepare affected entities for the transition from PERS to MPERS.

Who Should Attend

This course outline suitable for Accountants & Auditors, Financial Controllers & Finance Managers and Academicians

Methodology

This program is essentially Lecture-cum-discussions supported with Q&A sessions

Module

  • WHAT IS THE IFRS FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTITIES (SMES)
  • OVERVIEW OF MPERS BY SECTIONS COVERING
  • SECTIONAL OVERVIEW
  • ASSETS
  • LIABILITIES AND EQUITY
  • GROUP
  • OTHERS
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Business Financial Skills For Non-Financial Executives With Business Simulation ‘Going For Profit’ , .
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Introduction:

Most of us flinch when we hear terms like depreciation, cash flow, balance sheet, and budgets. However, these are important concepts to understand if you are going to succeed in today’s business world, particularly as team leads, supervisors, or managers.

How Will You Benefit

What you will learn:

  • Basic finance and financial management
  • The Accounting Cycle
  • Key reports: Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow Statement
  • Keeping Score: Chart of Accounts; Single vs. Double Entry Accounting
  • Debits and Credits
  • Financial Analysis Toolbox
  • Identifying High and Low Risk Companies
  • Basics of Budgeting

Upon completion of the training you will be able to…

  • Describe the art of finance and key financial terms
  • Determine your role in company finances
  • Discuss various types of financial reports, including income statements, balance sheets, cash flow statements, and statements of retained earnings
  • Explain how a chart of accounts is created
  • Explain single-entry and double-entry bookkeeping
  • Differentiate between debits and credits
  • Identify and analyze important financial data and make financial decisions
  • Determine whether a company is financially high or low risk
  • Explain what budgets are and how to prepare them

Who Should Attend

Managers, Executives, Supervisors, Team leads who have a vague understanding of accounting and finance in business operations. In this competitive and fast-moving, changing business environments – every employee should possess entrepreneur competencies – understanding the dollars and cents of businesses.

Methodology

Guided interactive learning – practical exercises – videos – case studies – examples.

Module

  • GETTING THE FACTS STRAIGHT
  • THE ACCOUNTING CYCLE
  • THE KEY REPORTS
  • KEEPING SCORE
  • DEBITS AND CREDITS
  • YOUR FINANCIAL ANALYSIS TOOLBOX
  • IDENTIFYING HIGH AND LOW RISK COMPANIES
  • IDENTIFYING HIGH AND LOW RISK COMPANIES
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Business Loan Proposal To Banks And Its Computation , .
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Introduction

In order to access to the various banking facilities, it would be better for a business entity to prepare a business loan proposal incorporating the knowledge to identify the type of facilities, the amount, the period of financing, the bank charges, so as to match the business requirement. As such two main factors have to be taken into account by the business entity, they are:

  • How much is the business requirement. (Requirement)
  • What are the appropriate banking facilities available to meet the business requirement. (Financing)

The above two factors should match in order to justify the bank on the business requirement of additional Working Capital (short-term facilities), long-term facilities such Term Loan for purchase of Fixed Assets, and Total Funding Requirement (short-term and long-term facilities), through computation and financial analysis of company’s Balance Sheet and Profit & Loss Account.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :

  • Able to compute the quantum of Net Working Capital Requirement (NWCR) of a company in order to meet the short-term and long term financial needs based on projected figures (balance sheet, profit & loss account and cashflow projection).
  • Able to compute the business’s Purchase financing and Sales financing figures based on the above projected figures.
  • Able to compute the Asset Conversion Cycle of a company and Cash requirement based on the projected cash flow projection.
  • Able to prepare full business loan proposal based on the above projected figures of the company and incorporating all aspects of the company.

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable for Financial Controllers, Account Executives, Finance Executives, personnels involved in importing, manufacturing, exporting, shipping, freight forwarding, and trading concerns.

Methodology

The programmes are conducted through interactive classroom lectures on key concepts, demonstration of procedures through visual aids, laptop & LCD projector, sample or real Letters of Credits and other shipping documents, various exercises given to participants to further understand the flow of Letters of Credit and the shipping documents, resolving problematic Letter of Credit, addressing discrepant documents and non-compliance to Letters of Credit.

Module

  • WHAT ARE THE BANKING FACILITIES AVAILABLE?
  • TABULATION OF REQUIREMENT AND SOURCE OF FUNDS OF A COMPANY.
  • HOW TO JUSTIFY THE BANK ON THE REQUIREMENT OF ADDITIONAL WORKING CAPITAL AND ADDITIONAL TERM LOAN TH
  • HOW TO COMPUTE PURCHASE FINANCING AND SALES FINANCING REQUIREMENT FROM THE NWCR FIGURE?
  • HOW TO COMPUTE TOTAL FUNDING REQUIREMENT OF A COMPANY FROM THE BALANCE SHEET OF A COMPANY?
  • PREPARATION OF BUSINESS LOAN PROPOSAL TO BANKS
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Cash Flow Management Strategies

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Cash Flow Management Strategies , .
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Introduction

Cash flow” management refers to the need to have cash come in — flow in — at the right times, so that it is available to flow out as needed. Everyone knows that if an organization has more expenses than income, sooner or later it will find itself in trouble. However, even if income matches or exceeds expenses in a given year, the cash from the income may not arrive in time to pay the bills as they come due. A cash shortage can be very disruptive to your ability to carry out your mission. To avoid disruptions of business or to take advantage of temporary cash surpluses, cash flow can and should be projected, monitored, and controlled.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :

  • Understand the relationship between profits and cash flow
  • Review the cash management tools currently in place
  • Develop an analytical approach to cash inflow and outflow drivers in the business
  • Total Cash Management’s Effect on Revenues and Expenses
  • Cash Shortage and Cash Surplus
  • Collecting Accounts Receivable
  • Squeezing Inventories for Cash Savings
  • Be able to examine the cash flow effect

Who Should Attend

Any person who has the responsibility or interest in managing the company’s cash flow

Methodology

  • Real live hands-on with learning by role-play, rehearsals & total participation
  • Participants will learn from each other garnering & gathering of their selling strengths & weaknesses
  • Results proven games & activities to reinforce / apply learning skills
  • Selected video learning to Enhance/ Escalate / Empower learning behaviours

Module

  • THE SCOPE OF CASH FLOW MANAGEMENT
  • CASH FLOW DRIVERS
  • UNDERSTANDING TOTAL CASH MANAGEMENT
  • ONGOING ACTIVITIES
  • CASH SHORTAGE AND CASH SURPLUS
  • TOTAL CASH MANAGEMENT’S EFFECT ON REVENUES AND EXPENSES
  • COLLECTING ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
  • SQUEEZING INVENTORIES FOR CASH SAVINGS
  • LIQUIDITY RATIOS: THE CURRENT RATIO AND QUICK RATIO
  • DEBT V EQUITY – THE COST OF FUNDING AND THE IMPACT ON CASH FLOW
  • MAKE CAPITAL SPENDING RECOMMENDATIONS AND DECISIONS BASED ON THE FACT THAT REALLY COUNTS: CASH FLOW
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Commercial Finance For Intermediate Level , .
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Introduction:

The Commercial Finance course has been developed to enhance the understanding of basic requirements in accounting processes in accordance to the accounting standards. It will provide a comprehensive platform for persons working in the accounts and finance departments to understand their role and responsibilities better. Learning these finance skills will allow the relevant department persons to adequately support the audit functions of a company or organisation with proper preparation of financial statements.

How Will You Benefit

With this programme participants will be able to conduct the following objectives resulting in being higher skilled which in return generates higher revenue this will then provide greater opportunities for bigger promotions or higher salary packages.

  • Understand and appreciate the steps performed in the accounting process
  • Be more knowledgeable on the important areas in accounting and time management
  • Comprehend the nature and purpose of financial statements, the way accounting events are measured, recorded and reported to expedite the closing process
  • Develop skills in understanding and analysing the preparation of financial statements to comprehend audit processes
  • Understand the difference of accounting software versus manual accounting processes
  • Serve as a refresher course for personnel with only practical knowledge in accounting processes

Who Should Attend

This course is suitable for Accounts Clerks/Assistants/Executives, Admin Executives, Costing Clerks, New Accounting Personnel, Accounting personnels with practical skills

Methodology

This is an interactive training programme, whereby participants are to gain the learning points through presentation, case study and workshop exercises.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING & FINANCE
  • UNDERSTANDING THE DOUBLE ENTRY ACCOUNTING SYSTEM
  • MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTS
  • BASIC INTERPRETATION OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
  • CONTEMPORARY ISSUES
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Credit Control & Debt Collection Strategies , .

Introduction

In a time of economic uncertainty, businesses want a tighter control to ensure payments for goods sold are made on time. While credit is an essential sales tool in today’s competitive environment for increased revenue and profit, it is important during such times that buyers and suppliers have a strong collaborative relationship as they are both each other’s key business relationship to ensure their mutual health. If a supplier cannot access capital, it will fail. And when suppliers fail, the companies that rely on them face a higher likelihood of failing as well

Achieving excellence in managing debtors accounts and collection is critical in realizing and optimizing the profit and cash benefits of increased revenues. Good credit management will not only create value by improving cash flow, but also customer relationships would be enhanced in the long run

Good management, with sufficient cash resources, can accomplish almost anything – more revenue, more profit and more customers

Objective

This 2-day programme will give participants key strategies to reduce credit risks and bad debts while protecting the profit. Participants will learn the principles of managing credit and control to enhance debt collection

How will participants benefit?

  • Understand the financial effects of credit management and how it impacts on the total cash management of the company
  • Appreciate the key benefits in revenue management for the overall growth and performance of the company
  • Understand the need of a credit policy to strengthen the evaluation of credit risk
  • Identify and implement effective credit control to detect problem accounts early
  • Effectively strategies for collection

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable for All Executives and Personnel involved in Credit Control, Accounts Receivable Collection, Finance, Marketing, Purchasing and Related Credit Management Function

Level for Executive and above

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximizes the understanding and learning through lecture, group discussion, case studies and practical activities

Module

  • THE FINANCIAL EFFECTS OF EXTENDING TRADE CREDIT
  • SAFEGUARD YOUR ASSET IN TRADE DEBTORS
  • EMBED AND MANAGE RISK POLICY ACROSS THE ENTERPRISE
  • LEVERAGE CREDIT DATA FOR RISK-BASED COLLECTIONS
  • SEGREGATE DISPUTES FROM THE COLLECTIONS PROCESS
  • STRATEGIC APPROACH TO COLLECTIONS
  • MANAGE BAD DEBT RESERVE
  • SUPERVISING PEOPLE IN CREDIT & COLLECTIONS
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Credit Control & Debt Collection Strategies , .

Objective

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :

  • Understand credit management and how it impacts on the total cash management of an organization
  • Appreciate the key benefits in revenue management for the overall growth and performance of the company
  • Enhance their practical skill to overcome payment excuses and objections and to turn them into commitment to pay

Who Should Attend

Executives and Personnel involved in Credit Control, Account Receivable Collection, Finance, Marketing, Purchasing and Related Credit Management Function

Level for Executives and above

Methodology

Interactive Lectures, Workshop Discussions, Case Studies and Practical Exercises

Module

  • OVERVIEW OF ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FIELD
  • WHAT IS CREDIT CONTROL?
  • PRE-SALE ACTIVITY
  • CREDIT MEASURE – MEASURING PERFORMANCE
  • APPRECIATION OF DEBT COLLECTION METHODS
  • COLLECTION REPORTING AND MONITORING
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Deferred Tax – Building Your Foundation , .
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Introduction:

MFRS 112 – Income Taxes/ FRS 112 – Income Taxes deals with the accounting for the current and future tax consequences of transactions and introduces the concept of deferred tax to address the mismatch between taxable profits and accounting profits.

How Will You Benefit

What you will learn:

  • Participants will gain a basic through to intermediate knowledge of underlying principles of deferred tax and its application.

Who Should Attend

  • Accountants & Auditors
  • Financial controllers and finance managers
  • Academicians

Methodology

Lecture-cum-discussions, Q&A sessions

Module

  • PRINCIPLE OF DEFERRED TAX
  • KEY LEARNING POINTS
  • KEY CONCEPTS WHICH FORMS THE FOUNDATION OF DEFERRED TAX
  • ASSESS DEDUCTIBLE TEMPORARY DIFFERENCES, TAX LOSSES AND TAX CREDITS FOR RECOVERABILITY
  • CASE STUDY TO REINFORCE THE CONCEPTS OF DEFERRED TAX
  • ORIGINATING AND REVERSAL ACCOUNTING ENTRIES FOR DEFERRED TAX
  • COMMON ERRORS IN PRESENTATION OF CURRENT AND DEFERRED TAX
  • ADDITIONAL PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS
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Derivatives Valuation Methodologies , .
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Introduction

The application of derivatives and embedded derivatives has been integral to many companies’ strategic or financial risk management activities. Newer accounting standard, FRS 139 on Financial Instruments requires reporting entities to recognise derivatives and measure these instruments at fair value.

This course introduces you to some financial instruments and ways to value them. Managers will have the necessary skills to negotiate better for the right instruments.

 How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :

  • To comprehend the complexities of financial instruments and derivatives instruments.
  • To be able to perform valuation on financial instruments and derivatives.

Who Should Attend

This course has been designed for:

  • Professionals seeking in- depth knowledge on the reporting and analysis of derivatives and other financial instruments in corporate reports, including audited financial statements and regulatory filings
  • Executives and Managers representing Institutional Investors such as Pension Funds, Unit Trusts Fund, Insurance Firms and Asset Management companies.
  • Treasury Operation Officers, FOREX and Money Market Managers
  • Corporate and Treasury Risk Managers
  • Accountants, Auditors, Financial Controllers and Company Analysts

Methodology

  • Workshop
  • Slide presentations
  • Practical session/workshop/group discussions

Module

  • FORWARD AND FUTURES
  • OPTIONS INSTRUMENTS #1
  • OPTIONS INSTRUMENTS#2
  • SWAP VALUATION
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Effective Budgeting and Cash Flow Planning , .

Introduction

Many organizations use budgeting and forecasting as a means of providing and updating tactical operating plans and controlling costs; but world-class organizations use these, and other powerful tools, within a framework specifically designed to develop and execute business strategy and manage organizational performance.

But most managers are trained for their functional roles, not for finance. Yet every manager is expected to understand finances well enough to make realistic budgets, manage cash, and hit his or her targets. This power-packed training course will provide you with the skills and tools to do this, with the aim of achieving your organization’s overall goals.

Objective

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Learn the steps involve in business planning
  • Learn how to produce the business plan
  • Understand the budget planning process, preparation , review and control
  • Implement and administer company successfully
  • Use the budget to management actions and decision and translate organization values into business target
  • Learn the major weaknesses and alternative techniques to traditional budgeting
  • Recognize the importance of human behavior affecting the budget

Who Should Attend

This program is designed for Business Planner, Accountant, Managers, administrator, General Manager, Business Owner, Executives, and Senior Account Supervisors

Methodology

The program will use a range of interactive activities-group and individual exercises, case studies and discussions. There will also be formal inputs of theory and models. The aim is to provide a focus for action that will maximize learning. The approach used is “Experiential Leaning”

Module

  • IMPORTANCE OF PLANNING FRAMEWORK IN BUDGETING PROCESS
    • Business Assessment
    • Assess Positioning In The Industry
    • Segmentation Analysis
    • Issues Identification
  • HOW TO EVALUATE STRATEGY OPTION
    • Generate Strategy Option
    • Evaluate Strategy
    • Value Creation Analysis
    • Compute Economy Earning For Each Option
    • Selection Of Strategy Based On Best Value
    • Develop Business Plan
  • BUDGETING FRAMEWORK
    • Develop Budget Guideline And Time-Table
    • Develop Realistic And Budget Assumption
    • How To Prepare Operating Expenses
    • Centralized And Decentralized Budget
    • Budget Review Process
  • HOW TO DEVELOP FUNCTIONAL BUDGET
    • Sales Forecasting Techniques
    • Industry Indicator
    • Sales And Production Budget
    • Inventory Budget
    • Manpower Budget In Headcount And Cost
    • Common Overhead Allocation
  • TYPES OF BUDGET SYSTEM
    • Fixed And Flexible Budget
    • Rolling Budget
    • Incremental Budget
    • Zero-Based Budgeting
    • Supplementary Budget
  • CASH FLOW FORECASTING
    • Percentages Of Sales Method
    • Based On Budgeted Accounting Ratio On Receivable And Payable
    • Schedule Payment Of Tax , Dividend , Loan Repayment And Interest Charges
  • CAPITAL EVALUATION TECHNIQUES
    • Payback Period
    • Net Present Value
    • Internal Rate Of Return
    • Profitability Index
    • Inflation Impact
    • Tax Consideration
  • IMPORTANCE OF RESPONSIBILITY ACCOUNTING AND VARIANCE REPORTING
    • Management Buy-In
    • Top-Down Vs Bottom Up
    • Behavioral Aspect
    • Cost Variance To Individual Cost Centre
    • Corrective Action To Improve Cost Efficiency
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