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Corporate Financial and Accounting Training

PGDCAM

Post Graduate Diploma in Corporate Accounts Management

DCAM

Diploma in Corporate Accounts Management

ACCA

Advance Certification in Corporate Accounts

CCA

Certified Corporate Accounting

SAP B1

SAP Business One

ADFM

Advanced Diploma in Financial Management

DFM-QB

Diploma in Financial Management QB

DFM-PT

Diploma in Financial Management PeachTree

PGCAM

Post Graduate Diploma in Corporate Accounts Management

  • SAP FICO - Financial Accounting and Controlling
  • Tally ERP 9.0 with GST
  • Tally ERP 9.0 with VAT
  • PeachTree
  • Quickbooks
  • Microsoft Excel

DCAM

Diploma in Corporate Accounts Management

  • SAP FICO - Financial Accounting and Controlling
  • Tally ERP 9.0 with GST
  • Tally ERP 9.0 with VAT

ACCA

Advance Certification in Corporate Accounts

  • SAP FICO - Financial Accounting and Controlling

CCA

Certified Corporate Accounting

  • Tally ERP 9.0 with GST
  • Tally ERP 9.0 with VAT

SAP B1

SAP Business One

  • SAP Business One

ADFM

Advanced Diploma in Financial Management

  • PeachTree
  • Quickbooks

DFM-QB

Diploma in Financial Management QB

  • Quickbooks

DFM-PT

Diploma in Financial Management PT

  • PeachTree





Frequently Asked Questions

Is Corporate finance an accountant?

financial accounting is the reporting of historical financial information, while financial management is concerned with the deployment of capital resources to increase a firm’s value to the shareholders.

Where can I learn corporate finance?

What is corporate finance course?

Corporate finance training course will give an overview of all the key concepts you need for career in investment banking, equity research, private equity, corporate development, financial planning & analysis (FP&A), treasury, and much more.

What are the four areas of corporate finance?

There are four elements within corporate finance that everyone should be mindful of when doing any type of analysis. These four elements are operating flows, invested capital, cost of capital, and return on invested capital. Let’s now take a look at each of these elements.

How do you understand corporate finance?

  1. Investment Principle.
  2. Financing Principle.
  3. Dividend Principle.
  4. Capital Budgeting.
  5. Time Value of Money.
  6. Cost of Capital.
  7. Working Capital Management.
  8. Measures of Leverage.
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