Strategic Financial Analysis of the Financial Statements

Start Date: 8 Dec 2019
End Date: 12 Dec 2019
Duration: 5
Country: Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia
Category: Finance, Accounting & Investment

For any organization to be successful it needs to increase profitability, control liquidity and put in place sound financial structures.

This program enables to contribute more effectively to the organization through greater understanding of how money works in business and how they personally can influence company results. It develops learning gained on previous basic level training programs or from general knowledge on finance.


Understand, the new trends in financial statements analysis (Financial Ratios, Sources & Uses of Money, Du-Pont, Market & Economic Value Added)

Understand the importance of Financial Forecasting and Techniques (Forecasted Financial Position, Percentage of Sales Percentage and Regression Analysis) 

Financial Budgeting and Preparations (Items, Financial Cash Flow Forecast, Break-even analysis and Budgeting)

Who should attend:

Managers, head of department, bankers, non-financials and non-accountants, professional businessmen, auditors, investors, staff and specialists as well as those nominated to join any of these previously mentioned positions.

Daily Outlines:

DAY 1:

How to interpret and Perform Financial Statement Analysis:

Understand basic financial statements and be able to explain their usefulness for the external analysis of a firm.

Appreciate the usefulness as well as the limitations of financial ratios.

Financial Ratios Analysis

DAY 2:

How to interpret and Perform Financial Statement Analysis (contd):

Network of financial ratios

Du Pont Formula and Systems

Modern techniques of analysis: - Market value added (MVA)

- Economic Valued added (EVA)

DAY 3:

Financial Forecasting and Techniques: 

Role of Financial Forecasting

New Techniques in Financial Forecasting 

Forecasted Financial Position

Percentage of Sales Percentage

Regression Analysis

DAY 4:

Financial Planning and Control:

Cash Flow Forecast

Break-Even Analysis

Operational Leverage

DAY 5:

Capital Budgeting:

Definitions and importance

Investment Profitability Approach: - Simple Rate of Return

- Pay Back Period

Discounted Cash Flow and Financial Approach: - Net Present value

- Internal Rate of Return

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