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Part 1

Reading & Interpreting Financial Statements



Can you think and talk in numbers? You need to.

‘From my experience, the problem with business performance is that the person who is in charge of developing the business proposal tends not to have practical finance training. 

THEN, that same person is responsible for implementation.  That’s a double risk to the company.’

That CFO got it right but wait, it gets worse. If you are a manager, financial knowledge is assumed

In Part I , Reading and Interpreting Financial Statements, you will gain the confidence to: 

  • Influence with a clear, logical business perspective
  • Argue your business case, explaining what the numbers mean and how you will produce the results
  • Engage your finance team about business strategy rather than basic reporting


Learn the language that builds your company and your career.