Financial Analysis for executive Financial analysis is a useful and necessary tool for executives in order to compare business performance and status. An analysis report can be used to consider any significant tasks through financial ratios and their relationship. As a warning sign, they are indicated that risk may be occurred. As well, executives concentrate on their results in different kinds and sizes of business. This curriculum is set not only to develop executive’s skill and understanding of the meaning of financial ratios but also to add value of financial information. As a result, this will assist executives to apply in term of management, planning and decision making. Objective: 1. To understand methods and techniques of financial analysis. 2. To understand financial ratios and their relationship 3. To realize any notices and triggers in creative financial statement 4. To develop skill of financial analysis and understand their meaning
Attendee: Executive, CPA auditor, Accounting and/or Financial Assistant-Manager, Credit analyst, investor and general attendee.
Schedule: 08.45–09.00 am Register 09.00-10.30 am Basic and techniques for financial analysis i.e. Horizontal analysis, Vertical analysis, Common-size statement and other analytical measures 10.30-10.45 am Break(1) 10.45-12.00 pm Case study: Financial analysis and interpretation i.e. Liquidity, Activity, Solvency, Profitability and others(1) 12.00-01.00 pm Lunch 01.00-02.30 pm Case study: Financial analysis and interpretation i.e. Liquidity, Activity, Solvency, Profitability and others(2) 02.30-02.45 pm Break(2) 02.45-04.30 pm Notices and triggers in creative financial statement