This course will participants to develop the best practice approaches to structuring fully flexible and auditable models whilst cultivating the most efficient data analysis tools and solve other common modeling problems.
This programme has been designed to enable participants to conduct a full financial analysis of a corporate customer, in the context of the customer’s business model and external environment.
Why this course
This course brings together the key elements of financial statement analysis to help participants improve their financial analysis skills, enable them to ask the right questions, see the real risks facing businesses and investors, feel more confident in their ability to comment on business activities and performance and analyze financial health for management.
These skills and the required technical knowledge will be put into practice throughout the course using interactive examples and case studies, putting theory and technique into context.
What to expect
List and differentiate between the important components of basic financial statements
Explain financial statements’ ratios and formulate Excel sheets and graphs for financial statements analysis
Illustrate creative accounting schemes and critique the validity of accounting rules used
Assess the quality of financial reports and evaluate quality of earnings and cash flows reported
Analyze the financial position and performance of a company over a period of time and draw conclusions regarding its sustainability
What is the course schedule?
Chief accountants, accounting managers, senior accountants, finance directors, finance managers, financial analysts, financial controllers, financial accounts managers, heads of finance departments, credit controllers, corporate financiers, credit risk analysts, bankers, and relationship managers.
The course will have a maximum of 10 people who will be selected based on the type of business they are in and their job role to ensure a thorough mix of industries, ideas and experience.
The course will have a maximum of 12 people who will be selected based on the type of business they are in and their job role to ensure a thorough mix of industries, ideas and experience.