11 – 12th February, Peninsula Grand, Mumbai

Essentials of Finance for Non-Finance Executives is designed to provide you with an understanding of financial management principles and equip you with the practical skills to develop informed and effective financial plans. You will learn skills in analyzing financial statements, applied corporate finance, understand key financial indicators better, and the financial planning process. This workshop will enable you to contribute to discussions about the financial performance of your organization or business unit and will give you the confidence to make decisions based on financial data.

Without assuming any prior knowledge, this workshop focuses on improving the financial analytical abilities of managers, who are not directly related to the finance function.

This workshop aims at helping non-financial managers to raise their awareness of finance and to use financial information in making business decisions & to raise the level of financial awareness.

Benefits of the Workshops:

Maximize your ability to use financial techniques in your own and your company’s strategic management and growth planning.
An appreciation of alternative courses of action open to you in your day-to-day function
A real understanding of operational finance
The ability to communicate effectively with your financial colleagues

Workshop Objectives:

The workshop aims to raise the level of financial awareness of the participants and enable them to use the financial information provided to them to make better decisions in managing their businesses.

To equip participants with adequate financial tools to analyze financial statements and financial performance. Prime areas of focus include Balance Sheet, Profit & Loss, Cash Budget, Capital Budgets, Financial Ratios, etc.

Topics covered:
Accounting basics & Financial statements

Budget planning
–          Concepts & types of budget
–          Monitoring & controlling Budget
–          Variance Analysis

Corporate Financial Reporting
–          To read and understand a company’s financial statements
–          Elements of the Balance Sheet & P&L account Accounting Framework

Evaluation of Financial Performance
–          To analyse the performance of a company and understand the ways of improving performance
–          Ratio Analysis with particular emphasis on ROCE and EVA Cash v/s Profir

Working Capital Management
–          To understand the importance of working capital management and the ways in which it impacts the profitability

–         Cost analysis for Decision making
–          To analyse product profitability and improve decision making
–          Cost Concepts
–          Break Even Analysis
–          Activity Based Costing
Delegates will learn:

How to prepare & manage a budget
The relationship between the profit and loss account, the balance sheet and the cash flow
How financial ratios can show you what your business is doing with respect to quality, time and cost
What to look for in a set of accounts
Introduction to costing methods
Understand important components in a financial statement or annual report
Know accounting basics, financial jargon, usage and implications
Underlying accounting concepts
Interpret and analyse financial statement
Get an insight into the company’s performance  based on financial data
Working of Indian financial system, regulations and role of regulators
Understanding the budget process

Who should attend:

Directors, General Managers, Managers and any other executive who use financial information in the course of their work and od not have any specialized training in understanding financial information. Managers & Executives in sales, marketing, business development, project management, HR, IT, engineering, manufacturing, general management and analysts tracking companies performance.


Mr. P V Subramanyam
He started his career as a Chartered Accountant and went to become a corporate member of National Stock Exchange (NSE). Since 2000, he is in the training profession and has trained personnel from various sectors like Banks, Insurance companies, Mutual Funds and Brokerage houses.His client list includes organizations like Standard Chartered, HDFC, ICICI, Prudential, and Kotak, to name a few. He conducts courses on areas related to Finance for non finance persons and Personal financial planning.

PV Subramanyam, a Chartered Accountant by qualification, is a trainer in the financial services sector. After a 20-year career in the financial services industry, from equity broking, mutual fund advising, corporate finance advising and personal financial planning, Subramanyam turned to training. He writes regularly for financial websites and magazines.

Mr P V Subramanyam is also Author of
“Retire Rich – Invest Rs. 40 a day” a bestseller launched in Feb 2010 and has sold upwards of 50,000 copies already.


Single Delegate Fees : – Rs 16000/- + 10.3% taxes = Rs.17648/-


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Cancellations : No refund will be made for cancellation received less than 10 workings days before the program . Cancellation must be done in writing .

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  1. Subra:

    Any plans for similar sessions in Delhi NCR. You have a big audience here too.

    Also any students discounts ? 🙂

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