Evaluate your financial past while assessing future projections for effective managerial decision-making
The interpretation of financial information (financial statement analysis) and the process of choosing between competing investment opportunities (capital budgeting) are fundamental facets of managerial decision-making. These two components are presented in an integrated way which is intended to highlight their conceptual relation and their complementary role in the context of effective managerial decision-making.
Choosing the best investment opportunities requires careful analysis—of where your organization has been and where it is going.
Why you should attend
- Understand the basics of financial statement analysis.
- Project future revenues, costs and cash flows in the capital budgeting process.
- Discover how to choose the best investment opportunities in an uncertain environment.
- Take a backward-looking approach to the analysis of a firm and evaluate its past and current financial position, risk and profitability.
- Illustrate the steps needed for effective capital budgeting through a forward-looking approach to a firm’s operations.
Courses are held in Room 201 at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Harbor East campus, located at 100 International Drive, Baltimore, MD 21202.
Check-in and breakfast for this course is from 8:30-9:00am each day. The seminar begins promptly at 9:00am and ends at 4:00pm.
The registration deadline is one week prior to the first day of class.
Managers looking to make effective financial decisions, particularly in an uncertain environment, will benefit from this course. Business managers, Operations managers and Human Resource managers and practitioners will benefit from this course.
Federico M. Bandi, PhD
Professor, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
Federico M. Bandi, PhD (Economics, Yale University) joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 2009. He is a Professor in the research track with expertise in the areas of financial econometrics, continuous-time asset pricing, and empirical market microstructure.
$3800 for the 3-day seminar. This fee includes materials, gourmet breakfast and lunch and on-site garage parking.
JHU employees can submit for tuition remission for the entire cost of the course. JHHS employees receive a 20 percent discount on all seminars.
To cancel or transfer your registration, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Registrants who do not cancel and do not attend the program will not receive a refund.
JHU employees should refer to the Non-credit Courses section of the Tuition Remission policies (available on the JHU Benefits page) regarding cancellation policies. Registrants not employed by JHU must notify the Office of Executive Education of cancellation at least two weeks prior to the program in order to receive a full refund.