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Dec 5th 2016

Tome las riendas de sus decisiones financieras y aprenda cómo estas repercuten sobre la rentabilidad de su unidad y su organización. En este curso, obtendrá información básica sobre conceptos contables y financieros que le permitirán impulsar el crecimiento de su organización.

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Dec 5th 2016

In this course, you will explore advanced topics in financial accounting. You will start your journey with accounting for assets with more than one-year life. You will learn in detail how firms account for fixed assets. You will then move to financing of assets and discuss accounting for liabilities. The course will continue with an in-depth exploration of shareholders’ equity. Finally, you will critically evaluate preparation, components, and analysis of cash flows statement.

Average: 7.7 (3 votes)
Dec 5th 2016

We will introduce the time value of money (TVM) framework in a carefully structured way, using relatively simple applications at first and quickly moving to more advance ones. We will then spend some time on developing an understanding of alternative decision criteria (NPV, IRR, Profitability, etc.) that are commonly used in the real world. We will wrap up the course with an exposure to the determination of cash flows using accounting principles. The main focus in this building block will be on individual/personal decisions because of two reasons: (a) we learn when we see value to us as individuals and (b) the beauty of finance is that the building blocks of finance are applicable to any decision, personal or corporate.

Average: 6.3 (3 votes)
Dec 1st 2016

Discounted cash flow method means that we can find firm value by discounting future cash flows of a firm. That is, firm value is present value of cash flows a firm generates in the future. In order to understand the meaning of present value, we are going to discuss time value of money, first. That is, the value of $100 today is different from the value of $100 a year later. Then, what should be the present value of $100 that you are going to receive in 1 year? How about the value of $100 dollars that you are going to receive every year for next 10 years? How about forever? After taking this course, you are going to be able to find the present value of these types of cash flows in the future.

Average: 4.2 (6 votes)
Nov 28th 2016

In addition to discounted cash flow method, multiple method is one of the most popular methods of firm valuation. PER is often used among financial professionals to make a quick-and-dirty estimate of a firm value. In this course, you are going to learn the concept and usage of PER, PBR and PSR. In addition to these basic multiple ratios, you are going to learn how to make an estimate of enterprise value and founder’s ownership before and after additional funding.

Average: 10 (1 vote)
Nov 21st 2016

Learn to assess the strength of a business and identify early warning signs of potential future problems. This subject shows how financial reports provide a wealth of information into the performance of a business, and how they can be used specifically to identify early warning signs of potential future problems. We will see that a profitable business may not necessarily be performing well or taking the right steps to build for its future. Just as a doctor conducts a diagnosis of a patient and recommends a course of treatment, we will use simple and yet powerful tools to analyse a business and identify where and how things can be improved.

Average: 5.1 (8 votes)
Nov 14th 2016

In Value, you will explore the most powerful generator of value in the world – ideas. Ideas are the engines of productivity, both in the private and public sectors. You will learn about the universal frameworks that determine how ideas and money interact, leading to the allocation of financial resources. We will identify components of cash flow for any project, business or venture as the most essential ingredients of value.

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Aug 3rd 2016

Learn the basics of the four financial statements to help analyze business investments and make profitable decisions.

Average: 9 (2 votes)
Apr 6th 2016

Este curso pretende que los participantes comprendan, partiendo de cero, la información contable-financiera típica ofrecida por las entidades públicas o privadas. Se trata de poder interpretar los balances y cuentas de resultados. No es un curso de contabilidad, es un curso que pretende ofrecer los conocimientos suficientes para realizar una lectura crítica de los estados financieros de una entidad.

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Mar 7th 2016

In this course, you’ll gain a foundation for both creating and interpreting cash flow statements. You’ll learn how to classify and calculate cash flows, as well as how to finalize cash flow statements. The course will also examine ways companies may try to alter cash flow statements in order to present a more positive view of their business.

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You may have heard it said that finance is the language of business, but all too often this language is opaque, complex and poorly understood by entrepreneurs. This is a shame, because the underlying concepts are as straightforward as they are powerful. This course is designed to demystify the key financial concepts you’ll need to start, run and grow a successful venture. We’ll begin with the absolute basics which, once mastered, will allow you design profitability and healthy cash flow into your business. You’ll learn about staying in control of the money, when to seek professional advice and about your financial reporting obligations as a business owner. The second half of the course deals with raising the money you’ll need to get started and to fuel the growth of the business.

Average: 6.9 (7 votes)