Certified Financial Manager Expert | Multimatics

CFME Certification is the highest honor bestowed by GIEF to Financial Management Professional that can clearly demonstrate extensive experience and has the advance level of expertise in Financial Management. CFME is a credential reserved for leaders in the field of Financial Management

GIEF’s Financial Mangaement Certification program is divided into 4 levels, allowing a pathway for Financial Professionals to achieve the prestigious Expert level. Each level is awarded in accordance to the candidate’s level of eeducation and experience.

Certification candidates must undergoes training, be assessed, and pass a strict grading system at each level to progress from each level.

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

  1. Demonstrate the ability in analyzing the economic environment of business and their affect to a business corporation.
  2. Demonstrate the ability in analysing business performances and link them with corporate strategy.
  3. Be able to properly comprehend and uses the available sources of financing for a corporation.
  4. Demonstrate the ability to analyze and managing corporate financial risk.
  5. Have the ability in understanding the concept of risk governance.

This program is designed for experienced and senior professionals who are working in the field of finance as senior manager or as Finance Consultant.

This program is 5 days of intensive training class.

Participants are required to have a Bachelor degree with minimum 8 (eight) years experiences in Financial fields or Master degress in Management with 4 (four) years experiences or CFMP Certification holder for minimum of 3 years experiences after holding CFMP

Integrated Assessment during Practices and Theoretical Assessment

CFME (Financial Management Experts) Certification is awarded by GIEF

  1. Comparative advantage and protectionism
  2. Measuring economic activities
  3. Consumption and investment
  4. Economic growth and Business fluctuation model
  5. Multiplier model
  6. Open economy model
  1. Corporate performance and evaluation
  2. Issues in strategic finance
  3. Linking corporate and financial strategy
  4. Corporate finance for sustainable competitive advantage
  5. Financial strategy analytical model
  1. Merger and Acquisition
  2. Start-up business development
  3. Growth company development
  4. Mature company development
  5. Decline business treatment
  6. Corporate restructuring strategy
  1. Financing sources and strategies
  2. Privatization issues
  3. Public offerings
  4. Management Buy-out and management buy-in
  1. The dynamics and regimes of exchange rates
  2. The forecast models of exchange rate
  3. The mechanism of exchange rate exposures
  4. The Foreign Direct Investment models
  5. International financial issues
  6. Multinational working capital management
  1. Principles of vision
  2. Principles of mission
  3. Principles of leadership
  4. Principles of corporate governance
  5. Principles of motivation
  6. Risk governance

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