Finance and Accounting

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Effective Collection Calls For Successful Debt Recovery , .
 Effective-Collection-Calls-For-Successful-Debt-Recovery-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

Debt recovery is an integral part for the success of any company. Good and effective techniques need to be used to ensure success in this area. The telephone is a good tool for collection, some find success using the phone and others don’t. We have to ensure that every single person involved in collection, is successful over the phone, thus ensuring stability and growth for the company.

How Will You Benefit

Key learning areas covered during this course include:

  • Polite, successful ways to approach the subject of receiving payment
  • Handling the most common non-payment excuses
  • Making that first contact – developing rapport
  • Identifying the type of person you are dealing with and using different approaches to different types of people
  • Climbing the proven collections “Ladder of Success”
  • Collections techniques that have been specifically developed to use over the telephone
  • Knowing what you can and can’t say during a collections call under the latest legislation
  • Key techniques for defusing negative emotion
  • Creative methods of securing overdue payments

Who Should Attend

This program is designed for all staff who are involved in the collection process, using the phone, including front-line staff who are in contact with customers.

Methodology

Participative and practical – Emphasizing learning through experience, both from lectures and structured activities: role plays, group exercises, workshops and exploratory discussions.

Module

  • TELEPHONE ETIQUETTE & ANSWERING PROCEDURES
  • THE 5 ELEMENTS IN A COLLECTION CALL – THE POWER CONCEPT
  • THE EIGHT-STEP COLLECTION PROCESS
  • CHARACTERISTICS OF A SUCCESSFUL COLLECTOR – DEALING WITH PROBLEM CUSTOMERS
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Effective Credit Management and Debt Recovery , .
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 How Will You Benefit

With this programme participants will be able to conduct the following objectives:

  • Enhance their ability to evaluate customers and the ability to detect potential bad debts
  • Recognize the important role of credit management in formulation of the company’s sales strategies.
  • Learn how to motivate your collection department to achieve higher collection target.
  • Create effective collection strategies and methodology.

Who Should Attend

  • This program is a must buy-in for managers and executives in finance, sales administration and credit management. & control.
  • Level for executive and above

Methodology

Participative and practical – Emphasizing learning through experience, both from structured activities: role plays, group exercises, video screening, case studies, and exploratory discussions.

Module

  • CAUSES OF BAD DEBT
  • CREDIT EVALUATION & MONITORING
  • NEGOTIATION STYLE
  • SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATION
  • COLLECTION METHOD & STRATEGIES
  • OUTSOURCING TO COLLECTION AGENCY
  • RESTRUCTURING OF DEBTS
  • LEGAL ACTION
  • STAFF INCENTIVE PLAN
  • QUALITIES OF AN EFFECTIVE COLLECTOR
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Effective Tax Planning For SMEs , .

Introduction

Taxpayers (especially companies), have to be conversant with tax planning, specifically so since the Self-Assessment System demands that all Returns have to be proper and need to comply with the requirements of the Income Tax Act 1967. Tax planning is an issue that is receiving close attention from the Inland Revenue Board and its impact on the companies as taxpayers, as it is now the responsibility of the taxpayer to derive the chargeable income and pay the resultant tax thereon.

Objective

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to:
Acquire sufficient (not exhaustive and comprehensive) knowledge on the types or classes of income, expenses, exemptions, incentives, capital allowances, that need to be considered in deriving at chargeable income, for their respective companies

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable for Directors, Functional Managers, Accountant, Company secretary, Accounts executives, tax planners and budget committee members

Methodology

This program is suitable for Directors, Functional Managers, Accountant, Company secretary, Accounts executives, tax planners and budget committee members

Module

  • BASIS OF MALAYSIAN COMPANY TAXATION SYSTEM
  • MAXIMIZATION OF DEDUCTION OF EXPENSES
  • DOUBLE DEDUCTION OF EXPENSES
  • NON DEDUCTIBLE DEDUCTIONS
  • CASE STUDY/STUDIES
  • CAPITAL ALLOWANCES ON PLANT & MACHINERY
  • INDUSTRIAL BUILDING ALLOWANCES
  • OVERVIEW OF WITHHOLDING TAX & PLANNING OPPORTUNITIES
  • CASE STUDY
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Finance For Mid Level , .
 Finance-For-Mid-Level-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

The course provides a broad-based foundation to financial statements, and for those who need to acquire an understanding of the main concepts and the practical application in decision making, but who do not require in-depth theoretical or technical knowledge and details with regards to measurement, recognition, preparation and presentation of financial statements, including the impact of GST to the company.

How Will You Benefit

Key learning areas covered during this course include:

  • Briefly explain the role and nature of accounting
  • Explain the nature and purpose of financial statements
  • Analyses and interpret the quantitative information contained in the financial statements
  • Identify, calculate and analyses the major categories of ratios used for analysis and interpretation purposes
  • Discuss the limitations of ratios as a tool of and for financial analysis
  • Explain the accounting conventions underpinning the financial statements.

Who Should Attend

Directors, Managers, Decision Makers, Business Owners / Investors, Accounts Executives, Personnel involved in decision-making

Methodology

This is an interactive training programme, whereby participants are to gain the learning points through lecture, skills practice, discussions and reflective exercises to integrate learning

Module

  • INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING SYSTEM
  • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS – FORMATS & INFORMATION DISCLOSED
  • ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
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Finance For Non Finance Managers , .
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Introduction

As a manager, you wear many hats, managing people and resources. The ultimate result of your ability and capability in moving up the corporate ladder depends on your contribution to the bottom line of your organization. In this workshop, you will learn how to read financial statements as well as some management accounting tools for you to increase your knowledge and skills. This highly hands-on and practical mock business simulation will help you to manage your day to day operations, planning and decision making process.

How Will You Benefit

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

  • INCREASE their financial literacy & financial vocabulary for business & work
  • OBTAIN a competitive edge by understanding the basic principles of accounting and fundamentals of finance and accounting
  • EXPOSE to budget planning and variance analysis
  • MANAGE cost and increase efficiency of their projects / departments / divisions / company or organization
  • ACQUIRE the skills to detect early warning signs of possible projects or business failure
  • GRASP & UNDERSTAND useful Financial & Management Accounting Tools and techniques required for effective decision making
  • STRESS on the importance of business units in achieving corporate business objective

Who Should Attend

This course is suitable for Sales & Marketing, Production & Engineering, Human Resources & Finance and Accounting, Purchasing & Procurement, R&D / Production Development and Anyone who is determined to be successful in his / her career.

Methodology

This workshop’s methodology is a combination of expert input, interactive practical exercises, self-assessment, games, group discussions, exercise worksheets & presentations.

Module

  • SPEAKING ACCOUNTING
    • Understanding Why Accounting / Finance is Important?
    • Know the Objective of a Business / Organization
    • The Purpose of Financial Reports
  • ACCOUNTING FRAMEWORK
    • Understand the Different between Conceptual Framework and Regulatory Framework
    • What are the Fundamental Accounting Concept and Assumptions used in Preparing Accounting Records and Why these are Being Used
  • TYPES OF ACCOUNTS
    • Differentiate between Assets, Liabilities, Expenses, Income and Equity
    • Understanding the Accounting Equation
    • Assets = Liabilities + Equity
    • Differentiate between OPEX and CAPEX
  • READING FINANCIALS
    • Introduction to the Various Financial Statements and Their Uses
    • Statement of Profit or Loss and Other Comprehensive Income
    • Statement of Financial Position
    • Statement of Changes in Equity
    • Statement of Cash Flows
    • Tools use in Financial Statement Analysis
      • Vertical Analysis
      • Horizontal Analysis (Trend Analysis)
      • Ratios Analysis – Operational Ratios, Financial Ratios and Valuation Ratios
  • Statement of cash flows
    • The Difference between Profit and Cash and why the saying “Cash is King”
    • How to Analyze the Statement of Cash Flows
  • Other considerations
    • How to read Notes to the accounts in Published Financial Statement
    • Different between Publish Accounts and Management Accounts
    • What are the Limitations of Ratio Analysis
  • COSTING DECISION
    • Cost Behavior
    • How does Cost being Define?
    • How to Differentiate between the Direct and Indirect Cost?
    • Differentiate the Controllable and Uncontrollable Cost
    • Cost – Volume – Profit Analysis
      • Learning the Contribution Formula and thus working with the Break –even Point analysis
      • How to Decide on the Pricing?
  • BUILDING BUDGET
    • Types of Budgets
    • Differentiate the Various Types of Budgets – Incremental, Zero-based and Rolling
  • COMPARING BUDGET APPROACHES
    • When and which is better – Top-down or Bottom-up approach?
  • BUDGETING AS A PLANNING AND CONTROL TOOL
    • Using the Budget to Control the Business and what are the Limitation Factors
    • Understanding the Budgeting process and its Coordination
    • How to Forecasting Sales Revenues and Expenses and Building up the Budgets Numbers
    • When to Adjust the Budget to Reality
  • INVESTMENT APPRAISAL
    • Understand the Basic Investment Appraisals – Payback Period, Return on Investment (ROI), Net Present Value (NPV) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR) for Better Decisions Making
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Finance For Non-Finance Personnel , .
 Finance-For-Non-Finance-Personnel-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

The course provides a broad-based foundation to financial statements, and for those who need to acquire an understanding of the main concepts and the practical application in decision making, but who do not require in-depth theoretical or technical knowledge and details with regards to measurement, recognition, preparation and presentation of financial statements, including the impact of GST to the company.

How Will You Benefit

Key learning areas covered during this course include:

  • Briefly explain the role and nature of accounting;
  • Explain the nature and purpose of financial statements;
  • Analyse and interpret the quantitative information contained in the financial statements;

Who Should Attend

This program is a must buy-in for Directors, Managers, Decision Makers, Business Owners / Investors, Accounts executives, Non-finance Personnel involved in decision-making.

Methodology

Participative and practical – Emphasizing learning through experience, both from structured activities: lecture, skills practice, discussions and reflective exercises to integrate learning.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING SYSTEM
  • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS – FORMATS & INFORMATION DISCLOSED
  • ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
  • AUDIT & RECORD KEEPING
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Financial Markets Training , .

Introduction:

The programme is intended to provide ‘breadth of knowledge’ to make it relevant to people pursuing careers in the front office, middle office and operations areas. The course content places an even emphasis on introducing and explaining the key concepts of each subject area to develop candidates’ practical knowledge and skill sets.

How Will You Benefit

Key learning areas covered during this course include:

  • To be aware of market forces affecting capital market products
  • To establish investment strategies in equity, fixed income and derivatives markets.
  • To obtain working knowledge on the Malaysian Capital Markets; equity, fixed income and derivatives

Who Should Attend

  • 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

Participative and practical – Emphasizing learning through experience, both from structured activities: group exercises, video screening, case studies, and exploratory discussions

Module

  • OVERVIEW OF MALAYSIAN CAPITAL MARKETS
  • EQUITIES SECURITIES
  • FIXED INCOME SECURITIES
  • DERIVATIVES
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Financial Ratio Analysis , .
 Financial-Ratio-Analysis-hrdf-trainings

Introduction

Ratio analysis provides a way of summarizing a large volume of accounting information into simple financial measurements. These ratios can be used to monitor a firm’s financial performance compared to previous accounting periods, or may be used to check how well the firm is doing compared to its competitors.

This course details the various types of financial ratios may be computed, for example, profitability, liquidity, etc.

How Will You Benefit

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

  • The basics of Ratios
  • The importance of ratios and interpretation of ratios
  • How ratios will help in your analysis
  • How ratios can help highlight red flags and detect frauds
  • How ratios can assess efficiencies and inefficiencies in a department or company
  • The calculation and interpretation of the various ratios in a Balance Sheet and Income Statement and Cash Flow

Who Should Attend

This course is specially designed to Sales Personnel, Sales Executive, and all people who wish to be Super Sales Achiever

Methodology

Lectures, Case Studies and practical exercises of real life financial situations

As accounting and finance is usually taboo to non-financial managers and can sometimes be perceived to be “boring”, the course leader usually encourages a lot of group participation and activities that add an element of fun to an otherwise boring subject.

Module

  • BALANCE SHEET RATIO ANALYSIS
  • INCOME STATEMENT ANALYSIS
  • CASH FLOW ANALYSIS
  • ADVANTAGES OF FINANCIAL RATIO AND RATIO ANALYSIS
  • LIMITATIONS OF FINANCIAL RATIOS AND RATIO ANALYSIS
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Financial Statement & Analysis For Finance Personnel , .

How Will You Benefit

Key learning areas covered during this course include:

  • Know the financial position performance of the organization
  • Provide information that the decision maker need to make the business decision
  • Shows the accountability of the management in the decision making
  • Changes in Financial position

Who Should Attend

  • This course is specially designed for Executives, Supervisors, Assistant Managers, Managers, Accountants and Finance Manager
  • Level for Executives and above

Methodology

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

Module

  • CLASSIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF EXPENSES AND INCOME
  • ADJUSTMENT AT FINANCIAL YEAR END
  • VARIANCE ANALYSIS TO PROFIT & LOSS AND BALANCE SHEET ITEM
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Forensic Accounting (How To Investigate Financial Fraud) , .

Introduction

Forensic and investigative accounting is a relatively new discipline (Thornhill 1994). Principles, practices and approaches as well as forensic accounting and financial frauds are still flexible, as do the challenges, imagination, creativity and application, by accounting and forensic practitioners. Over time and probably, more accounting and financial fraud scenarios will contribute to a more pervasive development of the principles and guidelines and establish the precedence for future practitioners. This seminar is designed to show how the existing discipline of forensic accounting has become an important tool for management and the professional practitioners.

Objective

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

  • Identify how the forensic profession can be expected to expand
  • Indicate what is expected of the practitioners (training, experience, understanding of all management disciplines, interpersonal skills, ability to work with other professionals – law enforcement authorities, analytical skills)
  • Determine how effectively the services of forensic accountants contribute to solving litigations

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable for accountants, auditors, tax agents, directors, senior management, executives, managers, officers, financial analysts, academicians and interested parties.

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize the understanding and learning through lectures, discussions, case studies and practical activities.

Module

PERSPECTIVE OF FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

  • Perspective Of ‘Forensic’
  • Perspective Of ‘Accounting’
  • Perspective Of ‘Forensic Accounting’
  • Services Provided By Forensic Accountants
  • Skills Required Of Forensic Accountants
  • Phases Of Forensic Accounting Review

PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

  • ‘On-Book’ Accounting And Financial Statement Fraud
  • Case Studies
  • ‘Off-Book’ Accounting Financial Fraud
  • Case Studies
  • Computers And Computer Fraud
  • Case Studies
  • Investigation
  • Gathering Evidence
  • Interviewing And Interrogation

PRINCIPLES OF FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

  • Essential Theories And Principles Of Fraud
  • Principles Of Accounting, Financial Statements, And Financial Analysis
  • Evaluating Organization And Internal Controls
  • Criminology
  • Litigation Services
  • Where Is Forensic Accounting Going?

CASE STUDIES ON FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FRAUD, VIDEO PRESENTATION ON FRAUD

 

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Forensic Accounting (How to Investigate Financial Fraud) .

Introduction

Forensic and investigative accounting is a relatively new discipline (Thornhill 1994). Principles, practices and approaches as well as forensic accounting and financial frauds are still flexible, as do the challenges, imagination, creativity and application, by accounting and forensic practitioners. Over time and probably, more accounting and financial fraud scenarios will contribute to a more pervasive development of the principles and guidelines and establish the precedence for future practitioners. This seminar is designed to show how the existing discipline of forensic accounting has become an important tool for management and the professional practitioners.

How Will You Benefit

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

  • Identify how the forensic profession can be expected to expand
  • Indicate what is expected of the practitioners (training, experience, understanding of all management disciplines, interpersonal skills, ability to work with other professionals – law enforcement authorities, analytical skills)
  • Determine how effectively the services of forensic accountants contribute to solving litigations

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable for accountants, auditors, tax agents, directors, senior management, executives, managers, officers, financial analysts, academicians and interested parties

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize the understanding and learning through lectures, discussions, case studies and practical activities

Module

PERSPECTIVE OF FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

  • Perspective Of ‘Forensic’
  • Perspective Of ‘Accounting’
  • Perspective Of ‘Forensic Accounting’
  • Services Provided By Forensic Accountants
  • Skills Required Of Forensic Accountants
  • Phases Of Forensic Accounting Review

PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

  • ‘On-Book’ Accounting And Financial Statement Fraud
  • Case Studies
  • ‘Off-Book’ Accounting Financial Fraud
  • Case Studies
  • Computers And Computer Fraud
  • Case Studie
  • Investigation
  • Gathering Evidence
  • Interviewing And Interrogation

PRINCIPLES OF FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

  • Essential Theories And Principles Of Fraud
  • Principles Of Accounting, Financial Statements, And Financial Analysis
  • Evaluating Organization And Internal Controls
  • Criminology
  • Litigation Services
  • Where Is Forensic Accounting Going?

CASE STUDIES ON FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FRAUD, VIDEO PRESENTATION ON FRAUD

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Fundamental Of Finance For Non-Financial Managers , .
 Fundamental-Of-Finance-For-Non-Financial-Managers-hrdf-trainings

Introduction:

Many multinational companies (MNC’s) and government- linked companies (GLC’s) and other companies, banks, financial institutions, recruited managers from various background like engineering, architecture, communications, information technology and so on. They are what we term as non-financial managers. They have limited knowledge of finance and accounting. Often, they are silent when financial matters are being deliberated during management meetings. Well now, lets train the non-financial managers about finance and accounting in order for them to understand the financial issues well enough to express their own thoughts in future financial meetings.

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
  • Review of Basic Terms in Accounting
  • Understand the Financial Statements, Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Profit & Loss Account, Cash Flow Statement
  • Interpreting Balance Sheet & Income Statement
  • Financial Ratios & Interpretations

Who Should Attend

  • Senior Managers, Manager, Executives, New officers, all employees of the company from Non-
  • Financial discipline
  • Trainees officers in the company, especially in the Non-Finance discipline
  • Potential leaders identified in the company for the future expansion
  • Employees of the company who has NO knowledge of Accounting and Finance but wishes to acquire
  • Knowledge of Accounting and Finance

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 & BASIC TERMS IN ACCOUNTING
  • MEASURING AND REPORTING FINANCIAL POSITION
  • INTERPRETING OF MAJOR FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
  • EVALUATING COMPANY’S FINANCIAL POSITION AND PERFORMANCE
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