• You should have an interest in financial management
  • An interest in finance function, its importance
  • Be interested in capital budget budgeting, its importance
  • Have an interest in Working capital


Welcome to The Complete Finance Manager Course!

Welcome to one of the comprehensive ever course on Financial Management – relevant for any one aspiring to understand Financial Management and useful for students pursing courses like CA / CMA / CS / CFA / CPA, etc. A Course with multiple lectures explaining each and every concept in Financial Management followed by Solved Case Studies (Video), Conversational Style Articles explaining the concepts, Hand outs for download, templates, manuals and guidebook. This is the only course where you will also get a complete idea of International Fund and Money Management, Financial Service Frameworks, Cost Accounting and Management,

This is the only online course you'll need to acquire the financial management acumen to:

· Start a career in finance

· Get promoted and become a finance manager

· Take your career to the next level

· Apply managerial, financial, decision-making and negotiation skills in a real working environment

· Understand why companies make money and how to improve their performance through financial analysis and management techniques

This is a financial management course combining 15 different courses! This is a comprehensive course, covering each and every topic in detail. In this course,you will learn the Financial Management basic concepts, theories, and techniques which deals with conceptual frame work. You will be exposed to following concepts of Financial Management

1. Time value of money

2. Source of income/finance

3. Economic value-added

4. Risk and return analysis

5. Cost of capital

6. Capital structure decisions

7. Leverage

8. Capital budgeting

9. Working capital

10. Introduction to inventory management

11. Receivables management

12. Cash Management

13. Management of surplus

14. Financial Service Frameworks

15. Cost Accounting and Management

The Course is precisely what you need. We cover a number of topics that will build-up your skills and provide you with the all-around preparation required to get the job and be a Rockstar Finance Manager from Day 1.This is a complete bundle that ensures you will have the right amount of training to perform successfully.

How this course is structured?

This course is structured in self paced learning style. Each and every section of this course is broken down as various micro lectures and then they are substantiated with examples and case studies. Several real world examples are used in this course through case studies. You'll gain authority on each and every topic as i take you through lectures one by one. This course is presented in simple language with examples. This course has video lectures (with writings on Black / Green Board / Note book / Talking head, etc). You would feel you are attending a real class.

How this course will benefit you?

At the end of the course, you will be able to solve above advanced concepts, case studies in Financial Management at ease with high level of confidence. This course will equip you for approaching above listed professional examinations with confidence as well hand real life problems with clarity.

Why is this course different from the rest of the Finance courses out there?

· High production quality – Every concept we teach is explained carefully and beautifully animated in Full HD

· Knowledgeable instructors – Not one, not two, but three proven professionals has created this course. We have made an effort to bring in experts who will teach you the real practical skills you'll need on the job

· Complete – This is a comprehensive course providing a 360-overview of the skills needed to be a finance manager

· Case Studies that will help you reinforce what you’ve learned

· Course Challenge: Solve our Course Challenge and make this an interactive experience. We will provide feedback on your work and you'll be able to track the actual progress you have made throughout the course

· We are here for you – we will respond to your questions in the Q&A board within 1 business day

· Fast pace – our courses are very dynamic, and instructors do not waste any time delivering the material

Why should you consider a career as a finance manager?

1. Personal growth. This is a multifaceted job that requires you to learn plenty and grow as a professional

2. Salary. The average salary of finance manager in the US is $117,990 per year

3. Secure Future. In an age when many professions are in danger of automation, you can be certain this is a safe career choice as finance managers will be needed by companies to analyze all the financial data and optimize operations and sales channels

4. Promotions. Once you are able to become a finance manager, you will continue to grow professionally and will have a good chance of becoming a CFO

Who this course is for:

  • Financial analysts
  • Accountants
  • Controllers
  • Commercial finance analysts
  • Business analysts
  • Assistant managers
  • Aspiring finance managers
  • Financial consultants
  • Bankers
  • Finance students
  • University graduates
  • Anyone interested in becoming a finance manager

Are you struggling in understanding Financial Management concepts like Time Value of Money, Ratio Analysis, Cash Flow Analysis, Fund Flow Analysis, Cost of Capital & Capital Structuring Decisions, Capital Budgeting & Working Capital Management?

Why you should take this course?

· By taking this course, you will be able to see practical side of Financial Management concepts with lot many case studies to solve. Approaching complex topics through case studies is the best way to understand them and you will find lot many in this course.

· Knowledge on Financial Management is important for every Entrepreneur and Finance Managers. Ignorance in Financial Management can be disastrous because it would invite serious trouble for the very functioning of the organisation.

The Frameworks of the Course

In the first part of the course you’ll learn the most common financial management, its finance functions and objectives, time value for money, cost of capital, , different types of models.

In the middle part of the course you’ll learn how to designing capital structure and capital budgeting. You will get a knowledge of capital part.

In the final part of the course you’ll develop the ability analyze the working capital and its importance plus management in surplus.

You will get full support and all your querries would be answered guaranteed within 48 hours.

Course Content:

Part 1

1. Introduction and Study Plan

1.1.Introduction and know your instructor

1.2. Study Plan and Structure of the Course

1.3.Introduction and objective of Financial Management

1.4.Scope of Financial management

1.5.Functions of Financial management

1.6.Supplementary noteworthy Aspects related to financial management

2. Time value of money

2.1. Present and future value of annuities

2.2.Annuity versus Perpetuity

3. Source of income/finance

3.1.Introduction to source of finance

3.2. Financial needs and sources of finance

3.3.Sources of short-term finance and long-term finance.

4. Economic value-added

4.1.Meaning of economic value added.

4.2.Advantages of EVA

4.3.Evaluation of EVA

4.4.Concept of EVA

5. Risk and return analysis

5.1.Risk and return analysis

5.2.Risk assessment and measurement

5.3.CAPM and assumptions

5.4. Limitations

6. Cost of capital

6.1.Introduction and its significance

6.2. Computation of Specific Cost of Capital

6.3.Cost of equity and cost of capital under variable growth rate

6.4.Cost of marginal

6.5.Weighted average cost of capital.

7. Capital structure decisions

7.1. Capital structure decisions and meaning of capital structure

7.2. Value of firms and capital structures

7.3. Capital structure theories

7.4. Net income approach and Net operating income approach

8. Leverage

8.1. Concept of Leverage

8.2.Different methods/types of Leverage

9. Capital budgeting

9.1.Meaning and process

9.2.Methods of analyzing capital budgeting decisions

9.3. Capital decisions under risk and uncertainty

Part 2

10. Working capital

10.1. Concepts and significance

10.2. Determining working capital requirements

10.3. Debtors and cash and working capital cycle

10.4. Financing of working capital needs.

10.5. Regulation of bank finance

10.6. The Dehejja Committee

10.7. MPBF

11. Introduction to inventory management

11.1. Introduction to Inventory management

11.2. Role of Inventory in working capital Management

11.3. The purpose of inventory

11.4. Inventory under uncertainty and safety stock

11.5. Determining EOQ

11.6. JIT and MRP system.

11.7. Perpetual Inventories

12. Receivables management

12.1. Introduction to receivables management

12.2. Cost and benefits of receivables

12.3. Factoring and credit controls

12.4. Benefits and cost of factoring

13. Cash Management

13.1. Introduction to cash management

13.2. Needs for cash management

13.3. Cash management control aspects

13.4. Cash management models

13.5. Treasury management

13.6. Cash conversion cycle.

13.7. Management of marketable securities

14. Management of surplus

14.1. Management of Surplus & Dividend Policy

14.2. Dividend Policy

14.3. Theories of dividend decisions

14.4. Forms of dividend

15. Assignments

16. How can we differentiate the traditional and modern approaches of financial management and its financial functions?

17. What is capital budgeting? Explain the concept of working capital in your own words.

18. Describe theories of dividend. Corporate dividend behaviour through an example.

19. Practice Test 1

20. Practice Test 2

Downloadable Resources and Templates

1. Financial function template

2. Financial objectives template

3. Traditional approach and modern approach differentiation

4. Control of capital budgeting

5. Cost of capital template

6. Elements of total quality management template

7. Time value for money

Assessing Financial Structure and Financial Development


This course provides an in-depth understanding of financial structure and financial development and how they are interlinked. Participants will learn how to assess financial systems, financial intermediaries, and markets, as well as the impact of regulations and policy on financial development.

Key Highlights:

  • Understand the importance of financial structure and financial development
  • Learn how to assess financial systems and intermediaries
  • Examine the impact of regulations and policy on financial development


Scope of Analysis

· Information-Gathering Phase

· Analytical and Reporting Phases

· Quantitative Benchmarking

· Legal Infrastructure

Insurance and Collective Investment Arrangements

· Securities Markets

· Enterprise Finance

· Households, Firms, and Microenterprises

· Missing Markets and Missing Products

· Taxation Issues

· Competition Aspects

· From Finding Facts to Creating Policies

Cost and Management Accounting


This course is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of cost and management accounting principles and practices. It covers cost concepts, and the techniques used to measure, analyze, and control costs in order to improve the efficiency and profitability of an organization. Additionally, the course will cover topics such as costing methods, budgeting, performance evaluation, and decision-making.

Key Highlights:

  • Comprehensive coverage of cost accounting principles
  • In-depth discussion of management accounting techniques
  • Real-world case studies for practical application
  • Interactive learning through quizzes and assignments


· Discuss the functions and role of cost accounting department in an organization.

· Discuss the essentials of cost and management accounting and to know how a system of cost accounting is installed.

· Differentiate between cost accounting with financial accounting and management accounting.

· List the various elements of cost and the way these are classified.

· Discuss the concept of cost reduction and cost control.

· Discuss the methods and techniques of costing.

Excel Downloadable Templates and Transcript

Part 1 : Calculators

· Annuity-calculator

· ARM-calculator

· budget-calculator

· credit-account-register

· debt-reduction-calculator

· home-affordability

· home-mortgage-calculator

· line-of-credit-tracker

· loan-amortization-schedule

· money-tracker

· net-worth-calculator

· paycheck-calculator

· retirement-calculator

· simple-interest-loan-calculator

· time-card-calculator

Part 2 : Invoice, Billing and Statement

· balance-sheet

· basic_calculator_-template

· billing-invoice

· billing-statement

· blank-invoice

· cash-flow-statement

· cash-receipt

· consultant-invoice

· invoice-template

· price-list-printable

· profit-and-loss

· proforma-invoice

· purchase-order

· purchase-order tracker

· sales-invoice

· simple-invoice

· work-order-template

Part 3: Other Statement and Schedule

· business-budget

· business-plan-template

· business-startup-costs

· depreciation-schedule

· income-statement

· net-worth-calculator

· petty-cash-log

· sales-forecast


· Financial Management

· Assessing Financial Structure and Financial Development

· Introduction to cost and Management Accounting

· Financial Service

Who this course is for:

  • • Financial analysts • Accountants • Controllers • Commercial finance analysts
  • • Business analysts • Assistant managers • Aspiring finance managers • Financial consultants • Bankers
  • • Finance students • University graduates • Anyone interested in becoming a finance manager