Financial Communication - Workshop 2018

Effective financial communication of a company’s performance can affect its share price performance and cost of capital.
Financial communication (often managed by an investor relations (IR) function) is an important link between the company and its investors, especially in challenging global capital markets. So it is no surprise that the top 10 priorities of management and boards include opportunities for effective financial communication with investors.
This workshop is delivered across two parts. In the first part, the training focuses on finding a purpose of why you need to be good in communicating and presenting as accountants, what does it take to do a great presentation and how to present your ideas with high impact. The second part will focus on equipping you with the ability to use and present financial information from the user’s perspective (e.g. senior management, non-finance background) and be able to get buy-in through effective communication of such information.

Key topics covered:

• Understand audiences’ interests, preferred ways of communication and needs
• Enhance making presentations effectiveness with good connection with audiences
• Understand and practice various state of the art presentation skills to enhance own influencing ability in making business presentations
• Capture and maintain audience’s attention when presenting financial data
• Sharing of real examples of Financial Communication

Trainer profile:

Kin W. Chan

Kin W. Chan has more than 15 years of accounting and finance experience in financial world.  He has conducted investment accounting, fund finance and investor relation functions in private equity funds and investment banks. He is a fellow member of Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (FCA) and a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA). He was invited to be a guest speaker in Investment Performance Analysis and Risk Management (IPARM) Conference to present on the Reviewing International Regulatory & GIPS Updates and their Implications for the Asian Investment Management Market.



Enjoy 10% savings when you register for any three or more workshops in the Finance for the Future Program 2018.

* The fee paid is non-refundable. Transfers must be advised in writing and received by CPA Australia at least five working days prior to the event date. Transfers can only be made once and are subject to workshops within Finance for the Future Program 2018.

Learning objectives

• Understanding presentation skills for financial information
• Understanding the need of Investors/Board of Director / management for presenting financial information


This workshop is suitable for those who want an understanding on financial communication. It would also be beneficial to accountants, finance manager, business owners and those who are involved in financial control functions within their organisation.

3 hours