This 2-days seminar is designed to provide all participants with a basic understanding of the fundamentals and methods of Finance & Accounting.
In today’s business environment there is no escape for non- Financers in not understanding the financial impact of their decisions on the company.
Every division, every department and every executive of the company are all geared towards working to a common goal which is to maximize sales, profits and shareholder value. Understanding the Finance and Accounting principles would enhance the contribution of non Finance Managers and Executives to the company especially what is Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statements. Participants will also be taught costing, cash flow, budgeting and investment decisions. Lastly the participants will also understand how external factors such as the economy, competitors, material prices and government policies affect the financial condition of the company.
Mr. Sinnarajoo Gobinathan , FCCA (UK), MBA (USA), a UK qualified accountant has an extensive professional finance career, spanning over 25 years with BP the leading global oil & gas company and Bristol-Myers Squibb a Fortune 500 US based global pharmaceutical company. His career with BP and Bristol-Myers Squibb has taken him to various countries such as Indonesia, Vietnam and more recently Australia. Throughout his working career, Mr Gobi has held Finance Controller and Finance Director responsibilities for a wide range functions including Financial Control, Financial Reporting, Management Information, Business Analysis, Budgetary Control, Corporate Reporting, Cash Flow Management, Investment Appraisal, Project Commercials and Internal Auditing.
Early on his career Mr Gobi started by only having responsibilities for accounting and finance matters but as years passed his responsibilities
evolved into going beyond accounting and reporting areas.
In this program Mr Gobi would like to share with participants his experience on how Finance professionals in today’s world
can move up the corporate ladder by increasing their competency levels by improving their Financial Accounting interpretation skills.
Mr Gobi spends most of his time travelling between Malaysia and Australia conducting training programs and performing consultancy services. He has an established management consultancy business in Australia. In Malaysia Mr Gobi has been conducting both public and in- house training programs on finance for over the last 15 years and has a proven track record in delivering successful programs.