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Credit analysis

Credit analysis and credit control enables businesses to maintain a consistent cash flow, avoid bad debt and minimise late payments, through effective accounting procedures. Credit controllers, Collectors, Credit Managers, Owner Managers, and those who want to improve their knowledge of credit control and collections will benefit from training and courses.

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Training and courses in Credit Control / Collection

All businesses require a managed credit control process, and to help delegates acquire the relevant skills training in the area of credit control usually covers areas such as:

  • cash flow management
  • outsourced credit control
  • sales ledger management
  • credit control software
  • debt recovery
  • direct debit management

Credit control and credit analysis courses for professionals ensure that staff are both knowledgeable and confident in carrying out their duties and engage in the administration of the policies and procedures. These courses are often designed for both those who are new to their role as well as more experienced credit controllers who wish to expand their knowledge, including Credit Controllers, Collectors, Credit Managers and Owner Managers.

Finance and financial areas of training

The field of finance is varied, and training for professionals covers areas as diverse as business finance, personal finance and public finance. Training courses usually cover areas that include both saving money and lending money, market analysis, concepts of time, money and risk and how they are interrelated. Training courses are beneficial to those in the financial services industry such as banks, brokers, and others.

Financial Analysis training and courses

Courses in the area of Financial analysis cover the viability, stability and profitability of a business, sub-business or project. Other areas of training includes analysis various financial ratios are the operating margin, P / E ratio, equity ratio, debt to turnover ratio, return on equity, return on assets, return on capital employed, capital turnover and the turnover of staff.

Financial Management training and courses

Training and courses for those that work in financial management, such as financial managers in finance departments  cover areas such as financial statements, accounting, payroll, reconciliations, supplier and customer invoices, calculation, planning and monitoring. Other areas of financial management training include basic business law contracts, claims and sales laws.

Investment Banking training and courses

Investment banking training and courses are relevant for all financial department of companies, and worldwide banks, and usually cover areas such as merchant banking, corporate finance, or capital markets. Issuing shares or bonds as well as deal with mergers and acquisitions. are other areas of training that are important to capital marketing divisions of investment banks, as well as trade bonds, stocks and other financial products.

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