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This seminar will provide participants a framework for preparing financial projections. It will cover important variables considered in financial planning and forecasting which start with establishing the long-term goals of an organization. The macroeconomic variables that may be sensitive to the operation of a company and basic structures used for industry analysis will likewise be discussed. The seminar will provide a brief review of financial analysis which will focus on trend analysis. These topics will be critical in setting reasonable assumptions that will be useful in financial forecasting.
This seminar will also include financial modelling which can assist planners in preparing financial forecasts.
At the end of the seminar, the participants are expected to:
- Identify the macroeconomic variables that are sensitive to the operations of the companies they work for.
- Apply the models for industry analysis in the respective sectors their companies come from.
- Identify possible strategic goals for the companies they work for given their appreciation of strategic planning, macroeconomics and industry analysis.
- Formulate reasonable assumptions that can be used in financial forecasting.
- Prepare financial projections manually and through the use of financial models.
Who Should Attend?
- Managers from different levels;
- Credit and equity analysts;
- Finance educators; and
Schedule of Activities (3 days)
May 4 (Saturday) 8:30am to 4:00pm
May 11 (Saturday) 8:30am to 4:00pm
- Financial Statement Method
- Factors Considered in Forecasting Sales
- External Factors
- Internal Factors
Trend Analysis and Financial Ratios
May 18 (Saturday) 8:30am to 4:00pm
Financial Forecasting and Financial Modelling Case
The seminar will be conducted through the following approaches: lecture, exercises, workshop for financial modelling and case discussion.
The seminar will be conducted by professors from the Cesar E.A. Virata School of Business, UP Diliman and industry practitioners.
Virata School of Business, UP Diliman, Quezon City