While Accounting and Finance co-exist side by side and lead to lucrative prospects in growing fields involving the management of financial matters, they are two distinct disciplines.
The main difference between them is that those who work in finance focus on planning and directing the financial transactions for an organization, while those who work in accounting focus on recording and reporting on those transactions.
In layman language, Accounting is the organization of keeping records of every transaction whereas Financial Management is the management of monies or funds like sourcing, allocation and utilization of funds to support the organizations business operation.
Daily Accounting is more of a past activity, while daily Financial Management is more of future oriented.
This program comes with comprehensive examples and hands-on exercises.
- Enrich the fundamental knowledge and concept of Financial Management in practice.
- Identify the usefulness of Financial Management requirements in every business operation.
- Master the foundation of Financial Management to enable participants in their financial planning.
- Systematically identify the key areas of Financial Management essentials.
- Take timely corrective actions in overcoming financial resource weakness.
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