Against the backdrop of current economic difficulties and challenges, a pressing problem faced by enterprises is to formulate a reasonable financial management strategy that underpins their production and business. Understanding those needs, with the motto of always accompanying enterprises development, Techcombank will hold a workshop titled “Financial Management - Challenges and Opportunities” in HCMC on July 5 in Ho Chi Minh City and July 12 in Hanoi for loyal enterprises. The event will provide enterprises with an overview of corporate financial management with methods to make optimal use of financial instruments and to formulate actionable business strategies that help enterprises weather difficulties and capture potential opportunities for development.
With speakers from Ernst & Young - the world's leading company in such services as auditing, tax consultancy, transaction and financial advice, Techcombank will provide enterprises with excellent views on roles of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), difficulties in financial management, roles and functions of finance as well as the principal financial instruments that CFOs use to set up a plan, budget, financial forecast and to prepare business management reports.
After the theoretical presentations, to provide an immediate and effective financial tool, Techcombank introduces a Special Pricing campaign for participating enterprises, under which enterprises will enjoy easy access to low cost capital to seize business opportunities. This is a timely financial solution for the Bank’s loyal enterprises besides other non-financial supportive tools.
The workshop “Corporate Financial Management - Challenges and Opportunities” organized by Techcombank in collaboration with Ernst & Young is more than an annual customer care activity. In the context of current economic downturn, Techcombank would like to equip its loyal customers with better financial insights through different practical programs, financial and non-financial instruments that effectively support enterprises’ business.