Taking part in group and break-out sessions, participants will discuss in-depth, realistic cases and interact with peers. The instructor will also provide useful and unusual business tips. The financial reporting case provides dozens of specific pointers to improve the relevancy of financial reporting. In other cases, participants will learn how to negotiate a realistic bank financing offer, become familiar with the rarely covered topic of foreign exchange management, review contracts, and learn how to interview accountants and how to handle ethical dilemmas in a practical way. The seminar was created and is presented by an experienced CFO with extensive real-life insight.


  • Improve the relevancy of your financial reporting to users
  • Negotiate an offer to finance from a bank – gain practical tips on responding to a realistic bank offer. How should it be assessed? How can you persuade the bank to revise it in your favour?
  • Review a contract from a financial perspective
  • Resolve ethical dilemmas in a practical way
  • Manage foreign exchange risk, practically – from an accountant’s perspective, not a banker’s
  • Learn how to gain the information on key qualities when interviewing candidates


This seminar is designed for controllers and CFOs, as well as those in public practice who advise clients. It is also helpful for accountants moving toward senior leadership roles.This course will provide one verifiable hour towards the ethics CPD requirements.