You work in one of the following departments (IT, Marketing, Sales…) with a decade of work experience. You have finally climbed the ladder to become a manager – one of the decision-makers. At your first meeting with the other directors and executives, the quarterly earnings report is being discussed, and despite your years of expertise you feel lost; you have no formal training in finance. It is a fact that financial decision-making impacts every aspect of a business. Finance for Non-Finance professionals is a 5-days program that will teach you how to create a budget, manage costs, and use financial information to make decisions.
For candidates that cannot block their schedule for the entire 5 days, there are flexible options to complete the program during the next sessions.
“Useful application of theoretical concepts and great ability to teach from the lecturer”
Dr. Patrick Beschorner – Corporate Development and Strategy at Encevos
“This workshop will prove to be of great benefit in my day to day business”
Andy Nolan – Manager Maintenance Sales and Customer Service at Cargolux
“Very valuable training! I have a better understanding of financial tools that I will be able to apply right away on current projects “ Christophe Le Moigne – Program Development Director at SWM International
Understanding financial statements
Managing Budgets and Costs
Making investment decisions
Dr. Jos van Bommel is an associate professor at the University of Luxembourg School since 2011. He taught at Babson College, Oxford University’s Said Business School and Esade Business School, among others. He holds an MSc. Degree in engineering from the University of Eindhoven (1989), an MBA from the IESE Business School (1992), and a Ph.D. in finance from INSEAD (1999). He has completed several studies on IPOs, is also interested in venture capital, and entrepreneurial finance.