Financial Analysis

20 hours


UAE, Jordan Online Training


Finance & Banking

Master financial analysis and keep your profit outlook right on the money. Accurate financial analysis is a fundamental element of growth, strategy and overall success. Understanding how to use financial indicators and benchmarks allows you to allocate resources and evaluate potential projects for maximum return-on-investment. Financial analysis takes the guesswork out of the planning process and enables you to keep tabs on how your business is performing.

If your job requires a firm grasp of financial situations, then this hands-on comprehensive workshop is for you. You’ll review proven analytical tools and develop a keen understanding of how and when to use them to improve your company’s profit picture.

How you will benefit:

  • Identify current vital financial indicators that are important to your organization
  • Comprehend financial forecasting techniques that can enable management to make truly informed decisions
  • Apply methods that can improve your company’s profit picture and your stockholders’ investment
  • Know your firm’s finances and what that means for the present and future

What you will cover

  • Your Role in Corporate Planning
  • How to Increase Company Value
  • Drivers of shareholder value creation
  • Economic Value-Added model
  • How to Evaluate Capital Investment Proposals
    • How to use financial forecasting to make accurate evaluations of proposed projects
    • Income tax aspects of capital investments
    • Alternative investment proposals
  • How to Measure Management Performance
    • Balance sheet analysis—DuPont formula, ROI, ROA, ROE
    • Evaluating profit margins, asset turnover (efficiency) and leverage
    • Income statement analysis—EPS, ROS
    • Past performance and project outcomes
    • Benchmarking company performance
  • How to Use Cash Flow Analysis
    • Cash flow from operations, investing and financing
    • Ratios and metrics you can use
    • Identifying patterns of value
    • Interpreting FAS 95— “Statement of Cash Flows”
    • Cash flow performance indicators—profitability, liquidity and solvency
  • How to Interpret and Evaluate Financial Information
    • Financial statement analysis
    • Managing capital—debt and equity
    • What a financial analyst looks for
    • Utilizing “Value Line” reports
  • Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM): How to Calculate Present Value
    • The time value of money
    • Internal rate of return (IRR)
    • Net present value (NPV)
    • Calculation of compound growth rate
    • Estimation, payback and terminal value
    • Discounted cash flow

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