About BSE - Finance And Accounts for Non Finance Executives Programe Course
Here are the details of BSE - Finance And Accounts for Non Finance Executives Programe Course including duration, Eligibility, Admission Criteria, Fees and Syllabus.
To provide comprehensive knowledge :
on basic concepts of Finance and Accounts.
to read and understand the important and strategic issues in financial statements.
to understand various financial dimensions of business, like alternative sources of financing, various financial markets and their features, corporate actions, financial ratios and various risks
What is Finance? What is Accounting? What are Financial Statements? Balance Sheet, P & L Account, Cash Flow
How to read Financial Statements? Understanding financial strengths and weaknesses
Financial Ratio Analysis, Liquidity versus Profitability, Overtrading, under capitalisation
Working Capital Management - Cash, Receivables, Inventories, Loans and Advances, Suppliers Management
Business as an economic entity - difference between firm, partnership and company (both public and private companies). Memorandum and Articles of Association. Concept of trading and manufacturing - value creation.
Extensive discussions on common shares, preference shares, debentures, hybrid instruments like convertibles, warrants, money market instruments like CPs, bank financing, factoring, forfeiting, bill discounting etc. Comparative analysis of various sources of funds - competitive advantages and disadvantages. Discussion on authorized capital, subscribed capital, issued capital, paid up capital etc.
Understandingcorporate actions like bonus, split, consolidation, right, dividend, buyback etc.-the underlying rationale for each and their impact on the balance sheet and the share price of the company. Concept of gearing / leveraging. Cost of capital. (investment avenues for individuals and companies). Fundamentals of sound investing. Valuations of the business entity - market value, liquidation value and book value. Intangibles like brands, human resources, patents and their valuations.
Risks, Introduction to Financial Markets (Capital Markets and Money Markets), Distinctive advantages and disadvantages, Major players, Their roles in the market Products, How to raise funds through the Primary Market (capital and money market), How the secondary markets operate both money and capital markets.
Corporate Executives in marketing, production and non-finance functions.
Sales Executives, Client Servicing Executives, Account Managers, Customer Support Executives and Call Centre Executives of financial products in banks and other financial intermediaries.
Direct Sales Associates operating in the financial services industry Investors
DURATION & TIMINGS
9.30 am to 5.30 pm
Rs. 3,000.00 + 10.30% (Service Tax + Education.Cess) per participant inclusive of course material, tuition fees and meals.
About the College
BSE has carved out a unique position among stock exchanges in the world in respect of knowledge development and management. It set up an exclusive training facility way back in 1989 which has now emerged as the leading facility in financial and securities market training in India.
BTI currently offers 36 courses, conducted over 180 programmes attended by over 8,200 participants a year. Participants are not only from all over the country but also from South Asia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. BTI also conducts various customised programmes for leading corporate and financial institutions.
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Please suggest me the best course after graduation. I have completed B.Com in 2006, what course should i do which give me a good returns.
Best Course after B.Com:- MBA, MMS, MMM, MFM, MMM, CFP, PGDM
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I am B.com student . I am confused what to do next . which is the best course to get a good job.
You have many option affter B.com, opption in CA CS ICWA or MBA Finance.
What I do after B.com
As you have commerce background you may explore: Chartered Accountancy (CA), Certified Financial Analyst (CFA), Cost Accountancy (from ICWA), Company Secretary Ship (CS), Stock Broking or MBA. If you are interested in any other field, do let us know. To tell you more about the courses/ professions stated above: CAs are Audit and Account experts. Beyond maintaining accounts in a firm, their work includes Accountancy, Auditing, and Cost accountancy, Taxation, Investigation and Consultancy. A CS is a professional whose role in a corporate set up is that of an advisor for legal matters. A CFA is trained in financial management, investment management and management accounting. Today almost all strategic industries like, engineering, chemical, pharmaceutical, steel and oil and service sectors including telecommunication and agriculture sector have been brought in the statutory Cost Accounting and Cost Audit net.
Hi i am chitra, Please guide me the best degree course for the banking job
Apply for various bank examz. For further guidence Can contact National school of banking. Thane: 022-25422262 Dadar: (022) 24469938 / 24466280 / 24465411
which are the best courses after 12th for arts?
go for BA (regular..from a certified college)....along with BA u can do a computer course/beautician course...then after BA..go for MBA(in a field of ur choice)