Most financial professionals have been exposed to ratio analysis but very few are familiar with how ratios are used by external users of financial statements, such as bankers and stock analysts. This seminar focuses on how to analyze financial statements, focusing particularly on financial statement ratios and some of the reports that popular systems, such as Bloomberg reports, generate for external users of financial statements. The course is oriented to financial professionals who already have an understanding of ratio analysis but would like to take their understanding to the next level.
By having a better understanding of the financial analysis techniques used by shareholders, bankers, and other financial statement users will be able to analyze statements, business executives can present their financial results more successfully.
WHO WILL BENEFIT:
Accountants and non-accountants who want to understand how other users of financial statements evaluate to be more effective in presenting financial results. This course is generally attended by those at the early to middle stages of their accounting careers who want to progress upward.
Participants will develop a deeper understanding of:
Financial Statement Analysis
In this hands-on, interactive workshop, participants will analyze real company financial statements and should bring a calculator with them. The seminar is an effective introduction for a more advanced course on financial statement analysis.
COURSE LEADER: KARINE BENZACAR, FCPA, FCMA, CPA (Del), MBA
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