FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ANALYSIS
This class provides a basic introduction to the techniques in analysing company financial statements. The class included a brief review of basic accounting and the structure of income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement, and looks at working capital requirement, measures of operating and financing efficiencies.
Only very limited pre-knowledge about accounting is needed (going through the *Accounting Fundamentals* e-learning module can be helpful.
– Review of accounting and the structure of financial statements
– Income measures: operating income, EBIT, EBITDA
– Working capital requirement
– Cash flow measures operation cash flow, Capex
– Usual ratios, margin, capital efficiency, leverage, returns, coverage
– Understanding company’s operating and financial health
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
This class is suitable for sales and trading, and anyone who is interested in an introductory course that layout the basic elements of understanding the operation and financing of a company through financial statement analysis
These courses are included in this module
INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MARKETS: EQUITIES
To untangle the language and purpose of the financial markets and to enable students decide the direction of their future studies/careerLEARN MORE
ACCOUNTING IN A DAY
Students will learn to be able to prepare basic accounts and see how this fit into reported financial statements for public companies.GET STARTED
EQUITY VALUATION IN A DAY
Students will learn the 2 main approaches used by majority of research analyst on but and sell side. they will learn the obvious mistakes and pitfalls many make. Surprisingly, we will also show all valuation techniques are (should be) the same and lead to the same result.LEARN MORE
The course teaches a standardised methodology for analysts which will make research easier to perform and easier to understand. Rather than trying to impose an approach, the course aims to reach you how to model for yourself so you can then tailor your approach according to the companied you cover. Rather than using a stooge company with over-simplified financial statements, the course will model a real local company and try to deal with real problem areas found on financial statements such as ‘other’.LEARN MORE
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