ACCA – Wolters Kluwer Joint Event: Accelerating and Appraising Capital Investments: Preparing for the Post-Pandemic World
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Description

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Capital investment is the acquisition of physical assets by a company for use in furthering its long-term business goals and objectives. Real estates, manufacturing plants, and machineries are among the many assets that are purchased as capital investments.

Global and local companies from various industries are spending on new plants and machineries in ways they have not done for years. On the demand side, pent up consumer spending is convincing companies that capital is worth outlaying -- a sign that businesses are buying into the world’s economic recovery prospects even as the omicron strain casts a shadow.

On the supply side, blockages and delays brought upon by the Covid-19 pandemic are forcing businesses to invest in new production facilities; calls for a cleaner environment are spurring spending on electric vehicles, batteries and alternative energy; and the big semiconductor crunch has prompted an influx of investment.

A recovery in business investment is critical for longer-term growth, as capital accumulation is key for lifting productivity growth. Longer-term investment will be driven by trends such as supply chain diversification and accelerated automation in the services sector.

This practical and timely workshop is designed specifically to help Finance Professionals and Business Managers look at the different ways to analyse a project or capital investment and also master the common financial tools used to evaluate its viability.

Programme Outline

  • Assessing the viability of an investment /project
  • Measuring the Returns
  • Accounting profits vs cash flows
  • Projecting cash flows
  • Forecasting principles
  • Incremental vs total cash flows
  • Sunk cost
  • Tax implications
  • Financing cost
  • Understanding the time value of money
  • Evaluating financial viability using:
    • Payback Period
    • Accounting Rate of Return (ARR)
    • Net Present Value (NPV)
    • Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
  • Evaluating NPV method in relation to other evaluation techniques
  • Sensitivity analysis
  • Identifying the appropriate cost of capital and hurdle rate
  • Identifying and understanding the external and internal factors affecting viability of projects

What you will learn

At the end of the workshop, participants will:

  • Have a practical understanding of what Project Financing encompasses
  • Be able to identify the cash flows of an investment or project and evaluate its financial viability
  • Be able to compare the value of money at different times and appreciate its purpose
  • Be able to use financial tools to evaluate and make an investment decision
  • Be able to understand the risks involved in Project Financing and learn how to mitigate them
  • Learn how to avoid financial losses through cash flow analysis
  • Understand how to arrive at the optimal investment decision

Target Audience

Finance Professionals and Business Managers who need to analyse and evaluate the viability of projects and/or capital investments to prepare their companies for the Post-Pandemic World

Expert Speaker

Koh Siew Min
CFA, CA ( Singapore )

Siew Min leads a team of consultants and trainers in providing financial consultancy and training to banks, MNCs and management institutions in the Asia-Pacific region. She advises entrepreneurs and companies on financial management and restructuring, and also prepares companies for listing on the Singapore Stock Exchange, working closely with merchant banks that underwrite the listing of equities.

Siew Min is currently an Adjunct Assistant Professor with the NUS Business School, teaching the module on Financial Statement Analysis in the NUS MBA Programme. Being effectively bilingual in English and Chinese, Siew Min conducts programs in Mandarin for participants from China in a variety of banking subjects. She brings to her training programmes a unique blend of academia and practical industry experience in banking and finance gleaned from years of research, teaching and business management in the sector.

ACCA members will enjoy the members' fee of $400.18 (including GST). Kindly key in the promo code "ACCA22" during registration. You will be requested to furnish your ACCA membership number upon receipt of our confirmation.

  • Jun 21
    • Early Bird 30% Discount - Apply Promotional Code: EBF30 $329.56 incl. GST (7%)
    • Early Bird 15% Discount - Apply Promotional Code: EBF15 $400.18 incl. GST (7%)
    • $470.80 incl. GST (7%)
    Tue, 9:00 AM - Tue, 5:00 PM Hotel Venue to be Advised
    • Early Bird 30% Discount - Apply Promotional Code: EBF30 $329.56 incl. GST (7%)
    • Early Bird 15% Discount - Apply Promotional Code: EBF15 $400.18 incl. GST (7%)
    • $470.80 incl. GST (7%)
    • PD hours: 7

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