Accounting and Finance
Business accounting is the systematic recording, analyzing, interpreting and presenting of financial information. Accounting may be done by one person in a small business, or by different teams in large organizations. Accounting is the way a business keeps track of its operations. Accountants analyze the business finances so the owner can make better decisions. This information is organized into reports that show the financial health of a business. Accounting helps business owners meet their compliance obligations. It also helps them make smart decisions with their money.
WHO NEEDS THIS COURSE?
Managers, supervisors and staff from any function including the accounting department who need to improve understanding, application and techniques of the language of numbers.
ABOUT THIS COURSE
Whether you are starting your own business or supplementing your understanding of accounting, this business course will help you understand accounting basics and give you meaningful financial tools to understand business. Understanding the four basic financial statements, Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Statement of Retained Earnings, and Statement of Cash Flows, is key to evaluating companies for your investment decisions. But this business course goes beyond just understanding these financial statements. Business Accounting Basics takes you through the building blocks and accounting cycles that create each statement. In addition, this course will give you the basic tools to project profitability and break your costs down to help analyze any company. In fact, almost all larger companies incorporate various forms of business accounting into the decision-making cycle of their business model.
- Sophisticated class rooms and modern facilities
- Mock Tests and Regular Assessment
- Free CV Writing and Interview Technique Classes
Certiﬁed Management Accountant (CMA)
CMA : Everything You Need to Know
The CMA Exam : 2 parts covering 12 competencies
Part 1: Financial Planning, Performance, And Analytics
♦ 15% External Financial Reporting Decisions
♦ 20% Planning, Budgeting, and Forecasting
♦ 20% Performance Management
♦ 15% Cost Management
♦ 15% Internal Controls
♦ 15% Technology and Analytics
Part 2: Strategic Financial Management
♦ 20% Financial Statement Analysis
♦ 20% Corporate Finance
♦ 25% Decision Analysis
♦ 10% Risk Management
♦ 10% Investment Decisions
♦ 15% Professional Ethics
You’re ready to invest in your career by earning the CMA. Here are three easy steps to get started:
1. Join IMA ® (Institute of Management Accountants) and enroll in the CMA program. As an enrolled CMA candidate, you will enjoy all the benefits of IMA membership.
2. Register for the exams. Testing windows are offered in January/February, May/June, and September/October.
3. Prepare to complete your education and work experience requirements.
CERTIFIED INTERNAL AUDITOR (CIA)
The CIA is the only globally accepted designation for internal auditors and the standard by which individuals demonstrate their professionalism in internal auditing. Moreover, earning the CIA designation is more than just proof of what you know and what you’ve achieved — it’s the best way for auditing professionals to communicate to the world that they are prepared to meet today’s challenges.
Earning the CIA designation is a valuable accomplishment and a professional advantage for auditors at all stages of their careers, including chief audit executives, audit managers, audit staff, and risk management staff, as well as students enrolled in an accounting or other business or ﬁnancial degree program.
WHO NEEDS THIS COURSE?
Any accounting and ﬁnance professional who wants to get into Auditing specialization and reach to a higher management level in the same ﬁeld
• Help you earn credibility and respect in your ﬁeld.
• Open more opportunities for advancement.
• Prove your willingness to invest in your own development.
• Increase your earning potential by as much as 51%.*
• Demonstrate your commitment to your profession.
• Improve your internal audit skills and knowledge. • Build conﬁdence in your knowledge of the profession.
• All auditors are able to enhance the credibility in the ﬁeld by obtaining their certiﬁcation
• Certiﬁed internal auditors also make a much higher salary the non-certiﬁed auditors.
• Auditors can beneﬁt from certiﬁcation no matter their current position. All stages of orders are able to bolster their resume with a CIA exam, including:
• CHIEF AUDIT EXECUTIVES • AUDIT STAFF
• RISK MANAGEMENT STAFF • AUDIT MANAGERS
• Candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from an accredited university or college. A copy of the candidate’s highest qualiﬁcation, transcripts or other written proof of completion of a degree programme must be submitted with the registration form.
A CANDIDATE’S WORK EXPERIENCE IN INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL AUDITING SHOULD:
1. Be printed on the Internal Audit Experience Veriﬁcation Form or on the organisation’s letterhead.
2. Include the speciﬁc dates of employment in an auditing capacity.
3. Specify the position(s) held along with a brief description of duties and responsibilities.
4. Contain the signature and title of the candidate’s supervisor, another appropriate member of the organisation, or a Certiﬁed Internal Auditor.
• CIAs are required to complete 24 months of internal auditing experience or its equivalent. Equivalent experience means experience in audit/assessment disciplines, including external auditing, quality assurance, compliance, and internal control.
• Candidates may sit for the CIA examination prior to satisfying their experience requirement, but they will not be certiﬁed until the experience requirement has been met.
ACCA believes that accountancy is vital for economies to grow and prosper, which is why ACCA work all over the world to build the profession and make society fairer and more transparent. ACCA have more than 200,000 fully qualiﬁed members and 486,000 students worldwide. They’re among the world’s best-qualiﬁed and most highly sought-after accountants – and they work in every sector you can imagine. Organizations know and trust our designation. ACCA professionals out there every day, connecting with businesses large and small, governments, educational establishments and opinion formers. ACCA is on top of emerging trends, legislation and legal requirements, helping to shape them. Because of all this, ACCA able to create the innovative, strategic-thinking accountants our fast-changing world needs. All over the world, employers seek out ACCA members to lead their business to sustainable success. That’s because they know that ACCA members are strategic thinkers with high ethical integrity, strong ﬁnancial know-how and the right business acumen. This journey will take you through a combination of exams, ethics and experience. Which means you’ll enter the workplace ready to make a difference in today’s fast-paced world.
Applied Skills exams
Building on your existing knowledge and understanding, Applied Skills develops strong, broad and practical ﬁnance required of future strategic professional accountant in any sector or industry. • Corporate and Business Law (LW) • Performance Management (PM) • Taxation (TX) • Financial reporting (FR) • Audit and Assurance (AA) • Financial Management (FM) • Strategic Professional
These exams provide students with the unique blend of skills, real-world focus and specialization options which will super-charge careers and develop strategic, forward-thinking professional accountants. Strategic Professional exams are comprised of both Essentials and Options exams. Essentials students will take both these exams which provide them with the skills they need to make an immediate impact with employers.
• Strategic Business Leader (SBL) • Strategic Business Reporting (SBR)
These exams offer the unique opportunity to specialise in areas of greatest relevance to a chosen sector or career path.
• Advanced Financial Management (AFM)
• Advanced Performance Management (APM)
• Advanced Taxation (ATX)
• Advanced Audit and Assurance (AAA)
Exams are important. But part of what makes the ACCA Qualiﬁcation so valuable is that it gives you real-world experience. As well as completing exams and the ethics module, you need three years’ practical experience in a relevant role to qualify.
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO TO BE AWARDED THE BSC DEGREE?
To be awarded the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting you must: • be registered with Oxford Brookes University i.e. have opted in to the BSc degree scheme and hold a suitable English language qualiﬁcation before sitting and passing any of the three ACCA Applied Skills exams Financial Reporting (FR), Audit and Assurance (AA) and Financial Management (FM) • successfully complete all nine Applied Knowledge and Applied Skills exams • complete the ACCA Ethics and Professional Skills module • Complete and pass the Oxford Brookes University Research and Analysis Project.
To submit the Research and Analysis Project in the May and November submission periods, please refer to RAP submission dates The degree must be completed within 10 years of the earliest date of your ﬁrst examination pass or the date of your ﬁrst ACCA exemption being granted otherwise your eligibility will be withdrawn. Log on to myACCA, to ﬁnd out if you have opted in to the degree scheme and whether you are eligible to do so. Find further information about the Oxford Brookes University BSc degree.
English proﬁciency requirement: IELTS (academic) with 6.0 overall, and 6.0 in reading and writing and 5.5 in listening and speaking. An IELTS certiﬁcate is only valid for 2 years.
WHAT ABOUT EXAMS?
As part of our ﬂexible approach to study, many of our exams are computer based. You can sit these at any of our licensed centres. We have two types of computer-based exams (CBEs):
• On-demand CBEs – you can sit these exams at any time of the year. Learn more.
• Session CBEs – you can sit these exams in one of our four exam sessions each year. Learn more.
• Keep on top of exam and subscription fee deadlines with these key dates from the ACCA calendar.
• We run four exam sessions a year in March, June, September and December – giving you great ﬂexibility and choice of when to take our exams.
• Our online booking system also allows you to enter for two exam sessions at once, so you can always plan your studies well in advance and take advantage of the cheapest exam fees.
Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)
CIMA is the fastest growing UK based accountancy membership body in terms of members in both the UK and worldwide.
CIMA’s core strength lies in providing a gold standard in the qualiﬁcation and support of management accountants. In an age of globalization and intensiﬁed competition, the Chartered Management Accountant is fully prepared to meet the needs of the business and ultimately add value to the bottom line.
CIMA provides an internationally recognized accountancy qualiﬁcation, which is unique in its focus on accounting for business. Chartered Management Accountants provide commercially relevant expertise across many management functions, and develops the skills and Competencies required to be the ﬁnancial qualiﬁcation for business.
The CGMA Designation
Chartered Global Management Accountant™ (CGMA®) is the global designation for management accountants. It’s powered by the resources and expertise of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and CIMA, two of the world’s leading accounting organisations.
As a CIMA member, you automatically qualify for the designation and can use the letters CGMA after your name
The CGMA designation extends the global reach of your recognition as a chartered management accountant. You remain a CIMA member, with all the beneﬁts of CIMA membership.
The CGMA designation
Recognises your experience and skills globally Having the CGMA designation will add power to your CV/resume by demonstrating your business acumen, ethics and commitment.
Showcases your value around the world – Every day we work with key employers and inﬂuencers worldwide, increasing awareness of the designation.
Connects you to a community of like-minded peers – By becoming a part of a global community of professional management accountants, you can share best practices, create innovation and be better prepared to meet the global challenges in today’s business environment.
Gives you the tools you need to succeed – CGMA tools, webinars, reports and research will challenge your thinking and keep you at the forefront of your profession, giving you a competitive edge. These resources are exclusive to CGMA designation holders.
Whether you’re already working in business, considering a career change or thinking of working for yourself, the CIMA qualiﬁcation could transform your career – and you can start training right now.
If you don’t have any experience, you’ll start at our entry level qualiﬁcation, the CIMA Certiﬁcate in Business Accounting – this will help you build your business and ﬁnancial knowledge. It’s a recognised qualiﬁcation in its own right and a great introduction to the world of business.
If you hold a relevant degree or qualiﬁcation, like accounting or business, you may be entitled to exemptions from some CIMA exams, allowing you to progress onto the Professional Qualiﬁcation sooner.
The CIMA qualiﬁcation will present you with a fresh and exciting challenge – make yourself more attractive to potential employers, improve your earning potential and enhance your career prospects.
Make 2019the year you advance your career and register as a CIMA student today!
ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING SPECIALISTS
(Preparation program for CAMS exam)
What is Money Laundering?
Money laundering is the process of making large amounts of money generated by a criminal activity, such as drug trafficking or terrorist funding, appear to have come from a legitimate source. The money from the criminal activity is considered dirty, and the process “launders” it to make it look clean. Money laundering is itself a crime.
Who should attend
♦ Banks ♦ Credit Unions ♦ International Regulatory Bodies ♦ Law Enforcement Agencies ♦ Securities Firms ♦ Money Services Businesses ♦ Insurance Companies ♦ Consulting Groups ♦ Audit Firms ♦ Accounting and Law Firms ♦ Gaming Organizations ♦ Credit, Debit & Pre-Paid Card Companies ♦ Real Estate Agencies ♦ Jewelry and Precious Metals Dealer
What you can become?
♦ Anti-Money Laundering Officers ♦ Compliance Officers ♦ Government Regulators ♦ Law Enforcement/Intelligence Agents ♦ Internal & External Auditors ♦ Intelligence Officers ♦ Risk Management Specialists ♦ Attorneys and Certified Public Accountants ♦ Investment Advisors ♦ Real Estate Compliance Specialists ♦ Consultants
♦ ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING AML/CFT and KYC Fundamentals, obligations (Regulatory requirements- Global, National and Regional) International Frameworks, best practices by FATF, BASEL, EGMONT EU Directives, etc.
♦ RISK-BASED APPROACH Risk Indicators, Internal Controls
♦ CUSTOMER DUE DILIGENCE SDD, EDD, Ongoing Monitoring
♦ BENEFICIAL OWERS, PEPs Identify, Verify, SoW-SoF & Monitor
♦ SANCTIONS, SCREENING Red Flags, OFAC, UNSC, EU-UKHM Black List/Watch List, False Positives
♦ SUSPICIOUS TRANSACTION REPORTS (STR, SAR, CTR) Filing, Reviewing, Data Mining
♦ RECORD KEEPING PROCEDURES Regular, Ad-hoc reporting
♦ TRAINING Awareness, refresher, updates
Continuous Professional Development program for compliance officers (CPD)
48 subjects will be covered in 48 hours
1. Money Laudering Methods
2. The Three stages of Money Laundering
3. Money Laundering indicators
4. Terrorist Financing
5. The Egmont Group of Financial units
6. Financial institution Monay Laundering Methods & Vehicles
7. Non Financial institution Monay Laundering Methods & Vehicles
8. Political Exposed Persons
9. The Role of Gate Keepers
10 Structure that hide beneficia owner
11. The US Money Laundering Law
12. Understanding and recognizing fraud
13. Internal Fraud
14. Identity Theft and fraud
15. Detecting and preventing fraud
16. Basel Committee on banking supervision
17. The world management to combat corruption
18. Stolen Asset Recovery initiative
19. FCPA USA
20. UK bribery ACT
21. Bribery and Extortion
22. Tax evasion and Tax avoidness
23. Internation scope of Tax evasion
24. Flasifying deductions to under report income
25. Smuggling and evasion of custom duty
26. Evasion of VAT and Sales Tax
27. USA FATCA
28. Repatriation of Assets
29. Liability of third parties
30. civil and common law
31. Intelligence vs Evidence
32. compliance program SUbieCtS Will
33. Correspondent Banking be covered in
34. Risk assessment
35. Sanction compliance
37. STR System
38. Risk Based Approach
39. Customer on boarding and monitoring
40. Cyber Crimes
41. Ethics ,conflict of interest
45. Patriot Act
46. US criminal law
47. Conducting and Responding investigations
48. MLAT,IMOLIN and Flu