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Short Course: Corporate Intrapreneurship

Course Title: Investment Analysis and Management

Venue: ESAMI Headquarters, Arusha, Tanzania  
Learning Duration:  2 weeks 
Starting: 24 Apr 2017  Ending: 5 May 2017
Fees: 1500 USD
Payment Details: to cover tuition and training materials only.

Capital investment decisions involving the procurement of items such as land, machinery, buildings, or equipment are among the most important decisions under

taken by the business managers. These decisions typically involve the commitment

of large sums of money, and they will affect the business over a number of years.

Furthermore, the funds to purchase a capital item must be paid out immediately,

whereas the income or benefits accrue over time. Because the benefits are based

on future events and the ability to foresee the future is imperfect, there is the need

to make a considerable effort to evaluate investment alternatives as thoroughly as

possible. Selecting investments that will improve the financial performance of the

business involves two fundamental tasks: i) economic profitability analysis and ii)

financial feasibility analysis. Economic profitability will show if an alternative is

economically profitable. However, an investment may not be financially feasible:

that is, the cash flows may be insufficient to make the required principal and interest payments. There is need to equip the modern managers with the tools and

techniques to make the right decisions for continued prosperity of the businesses.

HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Conduct investment analysis;
  • Describe tender procedures;
  • Calculate payback period and Net Present Value;
  • Analyze financial statements;
  • Conduct investment risk analysis;
  • Apply principles of investment management to make rational investment

decisions.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Project Managers dealing with project selection and appraisal as well as those who are involved in the assessment of financial, economic and social impact of projects. It will specifically benefit those working in the ministries of finance, commerce, industry and agriculture.

TOPICS INCLUDE

The programme will among other things include the following topics:

  • Rationale for investment decision;
  • Payback period
  • Tender procedures
  • Net present value;
  • Internal/Economic rates of returns;
  • Analysis of financial statements;
  • Cost control and analysis;
  • Sources of project finance;
  • Leadership techniques;
  • Investment risk analysis and management.

Course No:  2017-04-24-3-17-1728

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