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Presenting Data to Inform Decisions

1-hour module.Presenting Data to Inform Decisions is taken from Presenting Numerical Data by Anna Faherty. Well-presented data can be a powerful way of building interest and support for new business ideas and ways of working. This course explores how to use data to generate persuasive business presentations and consider how to connect with audiences on both a rational and emotional level.

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Using Multiples in Business Valuation

1-hour module.Using Multiples in Business Valuation is taken from Valuation by Peter Howson. This course looks at the different multiples available, the processes involved with calculating multiples, their strengths and weaknesses and the circumstances in which each is most appropriate.

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Understanding Financial Crime

This 1-hour module on Understanding Financial Crime is taken from Preventing Financial Crime by John Taylor. Take a look at what comprises financial crime, the different types of crime that are committed as well as their potential warning signs. This course also introduces some key issues: money laundering, bribery and corruption.

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Dealing with Ethical Issues

This 1-hour module on Dealing with Ethical Issues is taken from Ethical Issues for Accountants by David Molyneaux. It brings together six true-to-life ethical dilemmas faced by chartered accountants, in practice or business. Its goal is to bring ethical problems to life and to encourage debate and understanding.

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