Financial Statement Interpretation

Financial Statement Interpretation2018-09-24T13:32:02+00:00

Financial Statement Interpretation

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The Financial Statement Interpretation course provides an overview of international financial reporting standards (IFRS) and their application and covers the tricks and pitfalls of financial statement analysis as well as techniques and methods used in assessing the financial statements of companies.  It blends presentations, case studies and exercises to further and consolidate the participants’ understanding of the use of financial statements in assessing the financial position of companies.

Main Topics

  • International Financial Reporting Standards
  • Income Statements and Statements of Cash Flow
  • Company Assets and Their Valuation
  • Liabilities and Shareholders’ Equity
  • Cash Flow Statement Analysis
  • Financial Ratios
  • Financial Statement Window Dressing
  • Budget Feasibility Checks
  • Balance Sheet Restructuring
  • Accounting for Financial Instruments

Objective

Interactive training of the international financial reporting standards (IFRS) and the techniques and methods used by banks to analyze and interpret financial statements in order to improve your ability to understand, interpret and work with the financial statements of companies.

Course Language

English

Target Group

Staff members in the areas of:

  • Account Management
  • Internal Auditing
  • Research and Analysis
  • Accounting and Reporting
  • Infrastructure Finance
  • Risk Management
  • Corporate Banking
  • Investment Banking
  • Structured Finance
  • Corporate Finance
  • Leasing
  • Trade Finance
  • Corporate Monitoring
  • Liquidity Management
  • Workout/Restructuring
  • Credit Administration
  • Loan Syndication
  • Others who use  financial statements
  • Financial Institutions
  • Project Finance

Course Prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge of accounting
  • Good to very good command of English
  • Business calculator or notebook with Excel

Course Components

  • Presentation and explanation of concepts
  • Discussion
  • Exercises and case studies
  • On-the-job reference material

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