Training and Education

Applied Financial Diagnostics executives have many years’ experience in establishing and presenting courses from the Master of Applied Finance programmes run by Macquarie University in Australia & Asia, the 3-day Understanding Treasury Management course and many in-house or tailored seminars & workshops.

Financial Management training

In-house seminars (high value-adding)

External courses, seminars and workshops for:
•    Exporters
•    Importers
•    Miners
•    SMEs and Not-for-Profits

Specialised financial management

Senior Executive level

•    Global financial markets and opportunities for the business sector

Executive level

•    Foreign exchange & international market strategies

Client advisory level

•    Advanced Treasury Analytics

Graduate level

•    Corporate Treasury Management

Corporate financial management

•    Treasury operations: 10 ways to add $10,000

•    Financial strategies: 10 ways to add $1 million
•    International strategies: 10 ways to make $10 million

Financial value management

1. Finance: strategic capital, cash and currency management

Advanced financial risk management
•    For corporate finance and treasury professionals

2. Currency

Advanced currency opportunity and risk management workshop
•    For executives in marketing, treasury and executive roles

3. Treasury management

Graduate course in financial and treasury risk management
•    For treasury specialists and executives requiring a strong grounding in financial instruments, risk management, capital markets and corporate financial risk management

Marketing training for Financial Institutions: value migration

Applied Financial Diagnostics assists financial institutions to add value to their clients, migrating them from customers to colleagues by creating partnerships

Previous clients

Clients have included:

•    Companies – such as NCR, CSR and Telstra;
•    Financial institutions – such as Deutsche, CBA and NAB;
•    Professional associations – such as CPA Australia, AICD and MTAA;
•    Government agencies – such as ATO, NSW Treasury and AGS;
•    Universities – such as Melbourne, Adelaide and Macquarie