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Finance and Risk Management (I/O6 Model): Pillar 3™ (Part of the 12 Pillars of Management Program) - IBHE Certification (Illionois Board of Higher Education)

Leadership, Management and Administration

Offered on Demand
Duration: 3 Days 9 AM - 5 PM Certification

Workshop Description

Finance and Risk Management: Pillar 3™

Part of The 12 Pillars of Management
Certified by IBHE - Illinois Board of Higher Education


Do you want to make powerful and informed business decisions more easily? Do you want to be better equipped to discuss financial matters with upper management and the finance department? Is your objective to create value on the corporate level? From understanding the essential financial statements and analyzing them with clarity to learning how to develop contingency plans, this comprehensive workshop will cover all the principles of corporate finance and risk management. It will enable you to achieve the core purpose of your organization which is to increase shareholder value.


 This Workshop aims to build an understanding of essential corporate finance notions and address how risks are categorized, quantified, monitored and managed.

Designed for

 This workshop is addressed to managers or team members who wish to acquire the necessary knowledge related to corporate finance and risk management in order to plan efficiently and reduce the financial impact of risk.

What you will learn

 By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

•Understand basic financial terminology

•Enhance your decision-making skills by integrating financial management concepts into your thinking

•Control the flow of money through your department

•Understand the budgeting process and forecasting techniques

•Define risk and risk management

•Establish a risk management context

•Describe the 7 R’s and 4 T’s that form the framework of risk management activities

•Design and complete a basic risk assessment

•Determine the appropriate response to risks and create a plan for those responses

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