Evaluation, Budgeting and Decision Making In Financial Analysis
Evaluation, Budgeting and Decision MakingInFinancial Analysis
This course is happily introduced to you by the International Academy of Human Resource Development (IAHRD). We are glad to inform you that our courses are written by experts who have a long experience in the related field.This course will emphasize topics related to financial analysis from different dimensions.
It will discuss the use of financial statements , discounted cash flow , ratios to highlight areas of concern, weak and strong financial signals, metrics used by leading companies and other important topics in the world of business.Remember that we will follow up with you step by step till proficiency!
After finishing the course ,participants will :
- Delve into details in statements (income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows).
- Learn how to apply financial statements in the evaluation process of the financial / strategic performance of an organization.
- Understand Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Techniques and how to apply them in financial decision-making.
- Learn and applykey success factors, weak financial signals, and strong financial signals in the relevant industry.
- Understand what are the EVA, SVA , RONA , and other important terms.
- Learn about the value creation/destruction in mergers and acquisitions from the market perspective and signals to management from the market in return.
- Gasp almost everything about budgets and how build one (elements, importance , its human side, benefits and limitations of a budget).
- Identify main sources of financial and business data .
- Build EXCEL spreadsheets for financial analysisfrom the simplest to the most complicated.
- Have personal connections with like-minded high potential managers.
- The Role & Responsibilities Of Financial Management
- The Relationship Between Accounting & Finance In Analysis
- A Review Of The Basic Financial Statements And Their Roles
- Why ROI Is Still A Good Place To Start
- Identifying Key Success Factors In Your Industry Sector
- Ratios: What They Are, Which Ones To Use, & Why
- Financial Review Compared To Targets And Expectations
- Financial Performance Measurement Systems
- Key Accounting Assumptions
- Case Study – Beginning To Analyse Example
- The two kinds of Free Cash Flow (FCF).
- Altman’s Z-Score and what it really means.
- Du Pont analysis and what it tells us.
- Scenario analysis: How to calculate it & what it tells us
- Sensitivity analysis: How to calculate it & what it tells us.
- Trend analysis: When is a trend a trend? What to do?
- Improving Return On Equity (ROE)
- Case Study – Continue the example analysis.
- How do I interpret these details?
- What are the important metrics & why?
- Annual reports, footnotes and beyond; What can they signal?
- Short-Term success evaluations process and measures.
- Industry data, sources, & uses
- Benchmarking for evaluation purposes
- EVA, RONA, EBITDA, Etc.: What do they mean & how to use them?
- Calculating the results of analysis.
- Case Study – Complete the example analysis.
- Strategy - Direction and vision
- Implementing Strategy - The operational planning process.
- Budgets - The financial expression of the operating plan.
- The purpose of Budgets – Control.
- The human side of budgeting.
- Elements of the budget framework.
- Advantages and limitations of budgets.
- Reporting - The key to control.
- Case Study – Beginning to prepare the budget.
Who should attend?
- Financial Professionals who seek to evaluate and add up to their high performance, knowledge, skills and attitudes to spot any gaps and fill them up.
- Functional Managers who feel like they need to take the big picture in concern and have a more integrated financial systems.
- Undergraduates who seek self-development and need to plan for the specialization that fits them.
- Professionals who seek knowledge refreshments and to stay updated in the field of financial analysis evaluation.
- Graduates of economic study who are planning for their future career.