Using the financial statement building blocks; analysing and interpreting the annual report and financial statements; constructing financial forecasts
Interpreting the financial health of the business using ratios; Analysing the financial cash and credit position; Using previous financial forecasts for indicative valuation
In-house training can save you money
The current financial climate has put increased pressure on banks to make the right lending and investment decisions adding emphasis to the key role the analysts play in the process. As a result, banks are starting to appreciate more and more the importance of the processes that lead to sound lending and investment decisions, therefore, realising the need for well trained people with the confidence to spot and communicate all the possible risks and exposures effectively.
The good news is that financial statement analysis skills can be learned, as a means of exploring future expectations.
This course has been designed to address all the key areas of financial analysis from both a theoretical and practical perspective. What makes a great analyst, however, is being able to see the figures and then see beyond and behind them. With this in mind, this course has been designed to give you a thorough grounding in financial statement analysis with a unique view on how to go beyond figures and see that bigger picture.