Financial Risk Management (Modules 11-15) first examines many aspects of financial risk, and methods used to endure their effects. This CPE course focuses on the translation of the financial statements of a foreign operation, in the context of that operation being a subsidiary. It then focuses on aspects of currency risk and forecasting their effects, as well as types of interest rate risk and methods used to manage such risk.
The course also examines the ramifications of capital investment risk, including cost and value adjustment. Finally, it addresses possible stakeholder conflicts that result from capital investment risks, and how to coordinate post-completion audits.
- Financial risks facing an organization.
- The impact on the group financial statements of consolidating a foreign subsidiary.
- Appropriate methods for identification and management of financial risks associated with international operations.
- The effects of economic factors that affect future cash flows from international operations.
- Appropriate methods for the identification and management of financial risks associated with debt finance.
- Investment projects.
- Conflicts that may arise from capital investment decisions.
- Post implementation and post completion projects.
Language : English
CPA Credit Hour : 8 hours
Member Fee: $ 1562 | Non Member Fee: $ 1954 | CGMA Holder: $ 1248
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