Jan Barned established Financial Management Trainer (FMT) in 2005 and provides a range of business services to small, medium and non-profit organisations to assist in improving business performance and financial literacy.
Jan holds several certifications including Bach. Bus (Acc), CPA, FFTP and is a small business owner herself. With over twenty years’ experience working in finance, Jan now imparts her experience through the development and facilitation of seminars, workshops, publications, business coaching and mentoring. Her philosophy is to train clients in the key aspects of financial literacy, business management, and starting, growing and running a business. The key goal of FMT is to empower each client to become self-sufficient in managing their business rather than rely on consultancy services.
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