Finance Control And Auditing

The Finance, Control and Auditing Master’s course aims at providing companies with performance control system and strategic management of finance: these have become essential levers to drive enterprises towards more informed choices in an increasingly competitive global scenario. An efficient measuring of performances is based on the collection and analysis of all internal activities of an organization, by way of auditing methods and the use of information technology. The course features the mapping of corporate processes, planning system and cost analysis techniques, to enable a long term growth.

Students are offered an in-depth, across-the-board view of both business world and auditing and consulting activity carried out, for businesses, by external companies. This grants a competitive advantage to students, as they will be prepared to pursue the career they wish as auditors, controllers or consultants.

The Finance, Control and Auditing Master’s course is perfect for graduate students who intend to tackle the challenge of a dynamic and growing environment, as they will learn a mix of managerial and hard skills that are in high demand, as well as the ability of establishing trust-based relationships with all the company and work team. The course features two cycles of lectures and 500 hours of internship, for 12 months.

The classroom sessions feature different learning methods, in order to intersperse core courses with practical activities, also aimed at preparing students to access the labor market. Businesses are seeking strategic partners to entrust them with their economic growth: get in touch with the course program manager to start this journey together.

Attending this Master will allow you to construct a professionalism of assured appeal for any type of company, thanks to the acquisition of an analytical approach to problems and tools specific to an economic-financial environment. The completeness of your profile will allow you to orient the decision makers and, while growing in the company, will allow you personally to make these crucial choices.

Accounting is the language of business. Operators, managers and directors of all business functions, as well as administrators and entrepreneurs themselves, are constantly in contact with a technical language of an administrative nature that they often understand and manage in a partial and inappropriate manner.

“EBITDA”, “Financial Leverage”, “Net Financial Position” are terms that frequently appear in company discussions and the inability to fully understand this language can negatively affect the effectiveness of the action of managers and the interaction with CFOs and colleagues.

More generally, all managers, in order to create value for the company, need to be aware of how daily decisions affect the assets, income and financial flows of the organization. The course allows managers and entrepreneurs without an administrative background to become aware of the economic and financial language.

More specifically, the course provides basic skills for the analysis and interpretation of the company’s balance sheet (of suppliers, customers, partners, etc..) and to predetermine the economic and financial effect of short and medium to long-term management decisions.

The course is structured in 4 days, respectively dedicated to: 1) understanding of the basic elements and terminology of the financial statements 2) reclassification and calculation of economic-financial indices; 3) economic-financial analysis applied to numerous company cases; 4) analysis of the economic-financial effects of different managerial decisions.

Managers of all functions need to understand the economic-financial language, read a company report or the balance sheet of a supplier, customer or partner. This course provides the fundamental skills to communicate with the finance area, with colleagues from other areas and to make informed decisions with a view to creating value for the company.

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