Training & Certifications

CFMA Certification is granted as an associate level Professionals to those who hold Finance related Bachelor Degree with minimum relevant experience, but passed with a recognized level of knowledge in Financial Management.

CFMA Certification is suitable for Financial professionals in Junior Management or supervisory or Financial Analyst role seeking greater employment opportunities

At the end of this program, participants are expected to:

  1. Understanding the concept of financial market and institutions.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to use different tools of finance.
  3. Able to properly analyze an investment with the use of the available capital budgeting analytical tools.
  4. Has the ability to analyse different alternative of business financing.
  5. Demonstrate the understanding in managing financial risks.

This program is designed for individual who has bachelor degree in business and willing to work in the field of finance. They are prepared to be financial management analyst, junior manager, or supervisor in financial field.

This program is 5 days of intensive training class.

Participants are required to have a Bachelor degree with minimum 1 (one) years of business experience

Integrated Assessment during Practices and Theoretical Assessment

CFMA (Financial Management Analyst) Certification is awarded by GIEF

  1. The scope of financial institution
  2. Types of business forms
  3. The scope of financial market
  4. The scope of financial management
  5. Central Bank and Financial Service Authority
  1. Scope of financial reports
  2. Corporate performance evaluation through financial reports
  3. Time value of money
  4. Financial statistics
  5. Undertanding principles of risk and return
  1. The scope of financial management
  2. The capital budgeting process and analysis
  3. The types and feasibility of investment opportunity
  4. The concept of managing working capital
  5. Understanding the concept of managing cash and marketable securities
  1. Types and surces of financing
  2. Cost of capital
  3. The principles of capital structures
  4. Financing alternatives
  5. The principles of the return to shareholders
  1. The scope of working capital
  2. Cash management
  3. Credit management
  4. Inventory management
  5. Short term financing
  1. Principles of ERM
  2. Financing risk
  3. Market risks
  4. Liquidity risk
  5. Derivatives and hedging

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