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ACCA F9 – Financial Management

By Talha Ahmed Khan
The aim of Financial Management is to develop the knowledge and skills expected of a finance manager – in relation to investment, financing, and dividend decisions. The syllabus is designed to equip candidates with the skills that would be expected from a finance manager responsible for the finance function of a business and corporate finance decisions. (Course Duration: 50 Hours)
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The aim of Financial Management is to develop the knowledge and skills expected of a finance manager – in relation to investment, financing, and dividend decisions. The syllabus is designed to equip candidates with the skills that would be expected from a finance manager responsible for the finance function of a business and corporate finance decisions.

From a relational point of view, FM builds on knowledge gained through studying Management Accounting and also prepares candidates for further study of FM in Advanced Financial Management.

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Talha A. Khan

Talha Ahmed Khan is an ACCA-Member, Associate Chartered Banker from The Chartered Institute of Bankers Scotland and also being MBA from Institute of Business Administration (IBA) Karachi.. With aggregate experience of 9+ Years in the field of financial management and being educationist he has the required skill set for financial studies mentor.

Alongside TAK is a professional corporate investment banker and served in various profound institutions in Pakistan & Overseas in the capacity of Investment Banker/Senior Advisory roles. Currently he is working in the capacity of Country Manager-Oman for Pak Oman Investment Company Limited and heading its Oman operations specially for Project Finance Deals. Thus he has the prerequisite applied knowledge of financial management aswell.

Talha remained as faculty member at various Business Schools and taught courses including Corporate Finance and Advance Financial Management. He is also working as mentor for O/A levels Accounting students and remained as visiting faculty at various pronounced institutions. He has always been an advocate of ethical learning with hands on experience rather of mere “Printed” knowledge.

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