The concept of financial analysis is based on two types of analysis: Ratio Financial Analysis and Quantitative Analysis. Analysis generally means diagnosing a situation and highlighting weaknesses or strengths. It is a must have knowledge that gives deeper and critical meaning of financial figures and effective decision making by management.
The objective of this training is to provide you with a framework for analyzing a firm’s past performance, estimating its future performance, and valuing its equity. The course integrates key concepts from accounting, finance, economics, and business strategy and applies them to financial decision-making. The course focuses on teaching you to interpret numbers in the financial statements. You should leave the course with the ability to generate reasonably accurate (or at least logically consistent) forecasts of a firm’s future financial performance, including revenues, earnings, asset balances and free cash flows The class is case-oriented.