Course Detail(BF301 : Issues CFOs should consider before launching a JV (Classroom))

BF301 : Issues CFOs should consider before launching a JV (Classroom) NEW

3.50 CPE Hours (Others)
Classroom

Programme Outline

  • Learn to use a framework to consider issues before launching a Strategic Alliance
    • Enable participants to identify and assess the key issues we must consider before launching a Strategic Alliance
    • Provide knowledge and skills necessary to evaluate a Strategic opportunity and assess its strategic fit
    • Prepare how to conduct due diligence on a potential Strategic / JV partner.
    • Empower participants to structure a Strategic Alliance agreement and allocate ownership and control in a way that aligns with their company’s goals and objectives
    • Enable participants to identify and mitigate the risks associated with Strategic Alliance
    • Prepare participants to manage a Strategic Alliance throughout its life cycle, from inception
  • Sharing a successful and unsuccessful actual case study.  Discuss issues faced and major learnings. Work through and discuss with participants on how they would have handled the issues faced differently.
  • Q&A


On the completion of this course, you will:

  • Learn a theoretical framework to consider issues, including but not limited to:
    • Why Strategic Alliance are formed and the benefits and risks they can offer.
    • How to evaluate a JV opportunity and assess its strategic fit
    • How to conduct due diligence on a potential JV partner
    • How to structure a JV agreement and allocate ownership and control
  • Apply this framework on actual case studies – one successful and one unsuccessful case.
  • Gain additional practical knowledge through the discussion session with fellow participants and the lecturer.
  • Able to apply this framework and key takeaways from the practical discussion to their work on the next day, moving forward.

Training Methodology
Lecture, encouraging active participation among participants to better retain and internalize their learning. Includes a practical case study, presentation, critique and discussion to focus on the active application of knowledge learnt.


Closing Date for Registration
1 week before programme or until full enrolment

Intended For

CFOs, Financial Controller, Finance Director, Finance Manager and other finance executives who are considering launching a strategic alliance such as a joint venture (JV). This would include participants from companies of all sizes, from small businesses to large multinationals and those companies looking for regional expansion. The course would also be of interest to other professionals involved in the strategic alliance process, such as:

  • Corporate development executives
  • M&A professionals
  • Strategy consultants

Competency Mapping

Others = 3.50 Hours

Schedule & Fees

Date & Time

19 Apr 2024 (9:00 AM - 12:30 PM)

Registration is closed

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 214.73
For Non-Members: $ 256.15

Programme Facilitator(s)

Wong Cham Fatt

Venue

60 Cecil Street
ISCA House
Singapore 049709

Testimonial

Funding

No funding Available!

Programme Facilitator(s)


CF WONG, CGMA & CA (Singapore)
 
CF Wong is an AICPA-CIMA North Asia Advisory Panel member and seat on HK LingNam University as their Business school Advisory Committee member.
 
CF is an independent consultant and owns his practice providing portfolio CFO services to SME, Venture funded startup and listed Companies.  CF previously held senior positions including Head of Finance in multinational and listed companies, where he led cross-cultural teams that spanned from the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, USA, China, Hong Kong and Singapore.  He also previously worked in Big Four international auditing firms.
 
CF’s over 20 years of extensive experience covers stakeholder engagements, business partnering, strategic planning and evaluation, mergers & acquisition, financial & treasury FX management, tax strategy, audit, consolidation, financial and management reporting.  He is highly skilled in setting up / winding down operations and using technology to implement automation.
 
CF holds an Executive MBA from the Kellogg-HKUST and is a Bachelor (Honors) of Accountancy graduate from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.  CF has been a regular speaker / panellists at various public seminars and is a startup volunteer mentor. He lectures regularly to university undergraduates & masters students in HK on topics like <Practical Business application of Blockchain>, <the role of an Accountant in Business>, <M&A>, <Auditing in the new age of technology>, <Sustainability - Green Financing> and provides career advices.

Programme Outline

  • Learn to use a framework to consider issues before launching a Strategic Alliance
    • Enable participants to identify and assess the key issues we must consider before launching a Strategic Alliance
    • Provide knowledge and skills necessary to evaluate a Strategic opportunity and assess its strategic fit
    • Prepare how to conduct due diligence on a potential Strategic / JV partner.
    • Empower participants to structure a Strategic Alliance agreement and allocate ownership and control in a way that aligns with their company’s goals and objectives
    • Enable participants to identify and mitigate the risks associated with Strategic Alliance
    • Prepare participants to manage a Strategic Alliance throughout its life cycle, from inception
  • Sharing a successful and unsuccessful actual case study.  Discuss issues faced and major learnings. Work through and discuss with participants on how they would have handled the issues faced differently.
  • Q&A


On the completion of this course, you will:

  • Learn a theoretical framework to consider issues, including but not limited to:
    • Why Strategic Alliance are formed and the benefits and risks they can offer.
    • How to evaluate a JV opportunity and assess its strategic fit
    • How to conduct due diligence on a potential JV partner
    • How to structure a JV agreement and allocate ownership and control
  • Apply this framework on actual case studies – one successful and one unsuccessful case.
  • Gain additional practical knowledge through the discussion session with fellow participants and the lecturer.
  • Able to apply this framework and key takeaways from the practical discussion to their work on the next day, moving forward.

Training Methodology
Lecture, encouraging active participation among participants to better retain and internalize their learning. Includes a practical case study, presentation, critique and discussion to focus on the active application of knowledge learnt.


Closing Date for Registration
1 week before programme or until full enrolment

Intended For

CFOs, Financial Controller, Finance Director, Finance Manager and other finance executives who are considering launching a strategic alliance such as a joint venture (JV). This would include participants from companies of all sizes, from small businesses to large multinationals and those companies looking for regional expansion. The course would also be of interest to other professionals involved in the strategic alliance process, such as:

  • Corporate development executives
  • M&A professionals
  • Strategy consultants

Competency Mapping

Others = 3.50 Hours

Programme Facilitator(s)

CF WONG, CGMA & CA (Singapore)
 
CF Wong is an AICPA-CIMA North Asia Advisory Panel member and seat on HK LingNam University as their Business school Advisory Committee member.
 
CF is an independent consultant and owns his practice providing portfolio CFO services to SME, Venture funded startup and listed Companies.  CF previously held senior positions including Head of Finance in multinational and listed companies, where he led cross-cultural teams that spanned from the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, USA, China, Hong Kong and Singapore.  He also previously worked in Big Four international auditing firms.
 
CF’s over 20 years of extensive experience covers stakeholder engagements, business partnering, strategic planning and evaluation, mergers & acquisition, financial & treasury FX management, tax strategy, audit, consolidation, financial and management reporting.  He is highly skilled in setting up / winding down operations and using technology to implement automation.
 
CF holds an Executive MBA from the Kellogg-HKUST and is a Bachelor (Honors) of Accountancy graduate from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.  CF has been a regular speaker / panellists at various public seminars and is a startup volunteer mentor. He lectures regularly to university undergraduates & masters students in HK on topics like <Practical Business application of Blockchain>, <the role of an Accountant in Business>, <M&A>, <Auditing in the new age of technology>, <Sustainability - Green Financing> and provides career advices.

Upcoming Schedule

Registration is closed

Date & Time

19 Apr 2024 (9:00 AM - 12:30 PM)

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 214.73
For Non-Members: $ 256.15

Programme Facilitator(s)

Wong Cham Fatt

Venue

60 Cecil Street
ISCA House
Singapore 049709