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Financial Management Series - Virtual Instructor Led Training @ Asia


Financial Management Series - Virtual Instructor Led Training @ Asia
Financial Management Series - Virtual Instructor Led Training @ Asia
25 October 2021 - 28 October 2021
Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) -
In House Training , Management , Finance , Corporate Training


Facilitated by:

Strategy Management Expert Alan Fell
Alan Fell

Internationally renowned Financial Management Specialist
Clients include The Bank of Nova Scotia, Axiata Group Berhad, Jollibee Foods Corporation

Alan is the founder and director of Alan Fell Consultancy Ltd (UK) and also a well-respected expert in the division of Strategy Execution. Alan has over 40 years of experience in financial performance management in both policy formulation and in practical application roles. He is well versed in the development and usage of balance scorecard as well as the wider application of modern budgetary techniques relevant to the fast-changing 21st century business world.

For the last 20 years, Alan has been operating as an independent management consultant and trainer focusing on the aspects of strategy management. He has conducted over 400 public training seminars and customized in-house trainings in a wide-range of international locations, specifically in the Middle East and SE Asia regions. He also manages to cover North America, Australia as well as his home country of the UK.

Alan is a senior associate of the Balanced Scorecard Institute as well as a member of the Beyond Budgeting Round Table. Prior to this, he was a senior executive with a major UK commercial bank and in his most recent line management role he was Head of Planning and Finance for a major division of the Bank with 3,000 staff.


"The course is relevant to my job scope. I found that I am able to link the strategies I learnt to my budgeting practices. The event was well organised.”
Stephanie Er – Senior Manager, Prudential BSN Takaful

“Alan was clear, concise and an excellent trainer. I understood his presentation very well and I found a lot of it to be interesting and also a good introductory course. Hence why I found the trainer’s knowledge and ability to present to be the main strength of the event.”
Yenny Muslim – Head, Accounting & Finance, Telekom Brunei Berhad

“We have learnt from the best. Do keep up the good work. The main strengths were the experiences and issues faced by otheindustries that were discussed in the event. Kexxel Group’s staffs were efficient and effective.”
Jeremy Yong – Senior Assistant Manager, The Bank of Nova Scotia

“Alan is a very experienced trainer. He was able to relate his experiences with the content that was presented, and he explained the examples in a way that was easy to understand. The entire content with different budgeting processes, with hands on experiences taught by the trainer was one of the greatest strength of the event. Kexxel Group did a good job coordinating the event, and has provided email reminders which was helpful.”
Chief Financial Officer, Bank Negara Malaysia

This is a very powerful training, as it will revolutionize the way you do things. It is very enriching and at the same time interesting. This is the future of finance as we are living in a fast changing environment. I positively enjoy the event.
Francisca Cynthia Castro – Vice President, SFC Business Finance Head, Jollibee Foods Corporation

Past Clients

  • Maybank Investment Bank
  • CIMB Investment Bank
  • Bank Negara Malaysia
  • Pos Malaysia Berhad
  • Tenaga Nasional Berhad
  • The Bank of Nova Scotia
  • Guiness Anchor Berhad
  • Malayan Banking Berhad
  • CIMB Niaga
  • Oman Oil Refineries
  • UAE Oil & Gas Company
  • UK Logistics Organizations
  • Bintulu Port Holdings
  • Kuwaiti Trading Group
  • Saudi Arabian Industrial Manufacturing Conglomerate
  • Petronas Malaysia

Why Choose Kexxel’s VILT Courses

Not a Webinar!
Join our live, virtual courses enriched with a diverse range of interactive activities, such as action plans, group discussions, breakout sessions, exercises, case studies, and more.

Course Materials
An advantageous combination of presentation slides and downloadable workbooks are provided to participants prior to classes for a more holistic learning experience.

Pre-Course Questionnaires
Our instructors will understand the specific needs and requirements of each individual participant, by allowing attendees to review and highlight topics of importance prior to the course.

Private, In-house Sessions
Upon request for organizations seeking a more customised learning for their employees.

Secure Online Platform
Cisco Webex is the online training platform of choice for our VILT courses. Cisco Webex respects your data privacy, is highly secure by default, and has governance and transparency.

Event 1: Beyond Budgeting (25 October 2021)

In this first session, Alan will introduce the concept, benefits and practical application of Beyond Budgeting. This is an introductory course for middle / senior management who recognise that their existing traditional planning and budgeting process is no longer applicable in a fast-changing world. You will discover why this alternate management philosophy (NOT just a new type of budgeting) is becoming increasingly utilised. In a fast-changing world, traditional budgeting and the associated command-and-control approach to management is considered out of date and inappropriate – often more of a handicap than a sensible means of business resource planning. Here is a practical and proven alternative…

What to expect:

  • An alternate general management model to business management
  • How removing the traditional command-and-control management system liberates a business to focus on
  • beating the competition, not the budget
  • The concepts and benefits of adaptability and devolution
  • Take away an initial assessment of how your organisation aligns with BB principles

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Event 2: Practical Implementation of Rolling Forecasts (26 October 2021)

Rolling Forecasts have been around for many years as a management concept, but despite its obvious attractions few organisations have successfully implemented Rolling Forecasts. In this course, Alan explores the concept and potential benefits and addresses real-life practicalities in making “RF” a key element of the management system. Gain an understanding of how to design, introduce and successfully utilise a Rolling Forecast concept, whilst avoiding the potential downside of endless planning / budgeting. Appreciate the value of incorporating Rolling Forecasts or Full Year Forecasts into your strategy management system / balanced scorecard. The course is designed for all those managers, supervisors and officers who are involved in business performance management and budgeting and who realise that “there has to be a better way than the one we currently have…..”

What to expect:

  • What is the concept and benefit of implementing Rolling Forecasts?
  • Understand the difference between Full Year Reforecasting and a full version of Rolling Forecasts: the pros and cons of each approach
  • How to apply in practice to gain the benefits of RF without creating an “endless planning and budgeting administrative bureaucracy”
  • Take away an initial design of a pragmatic RF management report

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Event 3: Finance as a Strategic Business Partner (27 October 2021)

To meet the needs of a fast-changing world and to generate value for the organisation’s customer and owners, the Finance function faces a fundamental challenge:

To continue the Traditional Role: Control, compliance, backward-looking accounting, the unloved budgetary bureaucracy: often described as reactive scorekeeping.


To become a Strategic Business Partner: Contributing proactively to the success of the organisation in co-operation with other functions and departments.

Many finance professionals seek this transformation of their function, but whilst the ambition is there the successful achievement is very often missing, and many Finance functions struggle to demonstrate a genuine value-add business partnership role.

What to expect:

  • Learn what being a Strategic Business Partner (SBP) really means and how the finance department can uniquely contribute value to that business partnership
  • Understand a range of practical ways to achieve transformation of the finance function to become a successful and valued strategic business partner
  • Recognize relevant management tools and techniques to support successful “SBP”
  • Appreciate the skills, attitudes and behaviours necessary for a successful outcome

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Event 4: Implementing a Cost Reduction Programme (28 October 2021)

Costs are the most controllable element of any organisations profit and loss result. The current disruption of the business world through pandemic and the economic consequences arising have created ever-greater focus on achieving Cost Efficiency. Cost efficiency is not just a demand for lower total costs. It is a focus on achieving competitive value for our money – ensuring that whatever is spent creates maximum value for the organisation. That may result in lower total costs, or maybe in improvements in unit costs or cost efficiency ratios. This course will challenge your thinking on cost management and open the door to wider aspects of proactively managing the costs of an organisation within a clear strategic context.

What to expect:

  • The importance of linking cost efficiency within the overall strategic context of the business
  • The need to have clear cost targets as part of the strategy management system
  • An understanding of the crucial importance of management’s leadership and active engagement – this is not an exercise of detailed cost analysis within finance department
  • The need to focus on all costs and not be distracted by superficial cost reduction
  • Gain an appreciation of the key management tools to support cost efficiency including “simplified ABC”

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