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 3-days program that will teach you how to create a budget, manage costs, and use financial information to make decisions.
“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
Dr. Grubisic started his career in 2002 in the USA as a finance analyst in Sodexho Inc. In 2007, he became Head of Corporate Finance within Erste Group in charge of the Croatian market. Erste Group Bank AG is one of the largest financial services providers in Central and Eastern Europe serving 15.7 million clients. In 2010, he started a corporate finance firm: Grubisic & Partners focusing on Mergers and Acquisitions, Capital Raising, Valuations, and due diligence.
Luxembourg School of Business is accredited by the Luxembourg Ministry of Higher Education and Research and recognized as a continuing education organization. As a result, your company can benefit from financial aid from the Luxembourgish state for the training of its employees.
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Any taxpayer with net income from a salaried occupation may deduct the cost of professional development as business expenses (frais d’obtention) from his taxable income from the salaried occupation. Further training expenses which are related to the taxpayer’s current activity fall within the scope of the acquisition costs of article 105 of the ITA and are therefore deductible from taxable income.
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Upon completion of the course, you will receive a certificate to add to your CV and LinkedIn profile.
Executive Education Program Manager
Phone: +352 26 25 89 80
Mobile: + 352 621 659 555