Financial Accounting in a practical approach to help participants develop Accounting credence needed in Finance Industry
This Course on Financial Accounting explains Accounting concepts with a practical approach, the way it is done and required in the finance industry. It helps participants build and develop the much-needed Accounting credence. The course introduces financial statements with a simple case study.
It explains key Accounting and financial concepts, tools and techniques. The focus of the course is on interpreting financial statements with authority and flair. This is a customized course to address all critical Accounting and Finance needs for Professionals and Students.
This finance training course will be extremely helpful to mid-to-senior level professionals from non-financial domains like Marketing, IT, Purchase, Production, Project and Human resources. As these professionals move up the career value chain, it becomes imperative for them to inculcate key financial skills like translating business performance in financial terms, comprehending top-lines and bottom-lines and developing the uncanny knack to think numbers on their feet. Given that this is a special course designed for Non-Finance Managers, it does not call for any financial qualification.
This is an ideal course for students, professionals in the area of HR, Marketing, Strategy, Sales etc. The high point of this course is its simple and easy way of explanation of the concepts. Every participant taking this course will enjoy it.
Note: edu CBA has 2 parts on Financial Accounting courses, part 1 and Part 2. Also, we have combined these 2 parts to form a comprehensive course on Accounting under CFA Level I Accounting Module.
Instructor: Mr. Dheeraj V. (CFA, FRM, IIML, IITD)
Dheeraj, A financial wizard, His relentless pursuit of knowledge and financial acumen has made him one of the most sought after individual in the training circles. He was associated with J.P Morgan Chase Equity Research Group as an analyst and later moved to CLSA India (Asia’s #1 Broking Firm) in the field of Equity Research and Investment Banking domain.
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What are the requirements?
- The course starts from Scratch and hence does not require any pre-requirements. However, someone with basic finance knowledge will find it very easy to understand
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over 85 lectures and 7.5 hours of content!
- The objective of the Course is to introduce Accounting and financial concept in a simple and lucid manner to help participants build and develop the much-needed Accounting and Finance credence.
What is the target audience?
- Professionals from the field of Finance, Marketing, Strategy, HR etc
- Any Finance and Accounting Beginner
- This program is for everyone interested in Finance
- Mid-Level to Executive Managers, Students from all Streams
Financial Statements - Fiscal Year vs Calendar YearIncome Statement FormatCalculating Profit MarginsNon Recurring ItemsChanges in Accounting EstimatesFinal RemarksRevenue Recognition - Percentage Completion & Completed ContractRevenue Recognition - Installment Method & Cost RecoveryDepreciation ExpenseIncome Statements
Income Statement - Colgate
Downloading Colgate's Income StatementAnalyst format of Colgate's Income StatementFormatting the Income StatementInvestigating the Non-recurring chargesSeperating non-recurring ItemsComparision of Margins - before and after adjustments
Introduction to Balance SheetBalance Sheets
Introduction to Current AssetsCash and Cash EquivalentsCash and Cash Equivalents - Colgate, P&G, MicrosoftAccounts ReceivablesAccounts Receivables Case StudyInventoryInventory - Case StudyInventory - LCMInventory - ColgateInventory ValuationsInventory Valuation - RecapPrepaid ExpensesOther Current Assets - ColgateCurrent Assets
Financial Reporting Standards
Financial Reporting StandardsFinancial Reporting Standards
Current LiabilitiesCurrent Liabilities - Colgate
Long Term Assets
Long Term AssetsIntroduction to GoodwillPooling Method of AccountingPurchase Method of AccountingGoodwill ImpairmentLong Term Investments Part 1Long Term Investments Part 2Long Term Investments - ExampleLong Term Assets
Long Term Liabilities
Long Term LiabilitiesLong Term Liabilities - Risk ProfileLong Term Liabilities
Introduction to Shareholder's EquityCommon Stock - Par value and APICTreasury Stock or SharesRetained Earnings & DividendsAdditional Other Comprehensive IncomeIntroduction to Preference SharesMacDonald's Shareholder's EquityDividends - TypesCash and Property Dividend - ExampleStock DividendsSmall & Large Stock Dividends - ExampleStock Split
Earnings Per Share
Introduction to EPSBasic EPS exampleCalculating Weighted Average SharesEffect of Stock Dividends and Stock SplitsSimple vs Complex StructuresPreferred Convertible Shares DilutionPreferred Convertible Shares Dilution - ExampleAnti-dilutive Preferred Convertible SharesConvertible Debt DilutionConvertible Debt Dilution - ExampleAnti-dilutive Convertible DebtStock OptionsTreasury Stock MethodStock Option Dilution - ExampleComprehensive ExampleEarnings Per Share
Introduction to Cash FlowsCFO - Direct Method - 1CFO - Direct Method - 2CFO - Direct Method - ExampleCFO - Indirect MethodCFO - Indirect Method - ExampleCFICFFComprehensive Example - CFO - Direct Method - 1Comprehensive Example - CFO - Direct Method - 2Comprehensive Example - CFO - Indirect MethodComprehensive Example - CFIComprehensive Example - CFFComprehensive Example - Ending Cash BalanceCash Flows