Commerce, Finance and Top Management people usually have to work with large volumes of numerical data. However, the key to successfully handle such data is the ability to organize and structure it meaningfully to render them useful to senior management for decision making. This entails creation of robust and dynamic financial models facilitating accurate and efficient analysis of historical data and appropriate projection of financial performance.
Module 1: Analysing Financial Statements
Introduction to Financial Statement Analysis
Interpreting Profit and Loss Account, Balance Sheet
Cash Flow Statement
Module 2: Ratio Analysis
Ratio Analysis Methods
Du point Analysis
Peer to peer analysis
Module 3: Financial Management
Understanding Present Value Concept
Future Value Analysis
Finally combined usage for interpreting Time value of money
Module 4: Budgetary Analysis
Future Projections in the point of Sales, Production, Materials, Labour, etc.
Module 5: Valuation
Valuation of the Business
Methods to Calculate
Module 6: Comparative analysis of Financial Statements
Understanding of Financial Statements
Report and analyse Financial Data
Prepare future projections
Understanding Ratio Analysis
Understand Time Value of Money concept
Valuation of Business
Learn Comparative Analysis of Financial Statements
Who Should Attend?
Graduates with Management background
Economic Forecasting Analyst
After completing this course and successfully passing the certification examination, the student will be awarded the “Financial Modelling” certification.
If a learner chooses not to take up the examination, they will still get a 'Participation Certificate'
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Mode Of Delivery:
Valid for 6 months post activation