Advanced F&A sessions

Financial Analysis

The main aim of Financial Analysis training is to provide knowledge and competencies to employees in analysing annual reports. Each participant has a chance to analyze real company financial statement. Participants are provided with professional training materials (textbook & annual report). The training can be customized to particular needs, depending on the employees’ level of experience and financial background.

Choose progress step

Non-financial analysis

2 hours

Agenda:

ADDITIONAL PARTS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

  • List of directors
  • Directors’ report
  • Remuneration report
  • Corporate Governance Report
  • Historical Review
  • Business Overview
  • Financial Summary

AUDITORS REPORTS

  • Importance of Auditors Report
  • Areas of Auditors Report
  • 5 Possible opinions od Auditors Report

COMPETITORS & FUTURE OUTLOOK

  • Identifying of competitors
  • Ways to define the areas for comparison
  • Future outlook of the company due to strategy and market changes

Accounting Knowledge Recap

4 hours

Agenda:

ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS

  • Key accounting concepts
  • Accounting assumptions
  • IFRS regulations

ACCOUNTING RECAP

COMPONENTS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

Analysis of Financial Statements

6 hours

Agenda:

ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS PRACTICAL PART BASED ON REAL ANNUAL REPORT OF A CHOSEN COMPANY

  • Vertical and horizontal analysis
  • Connections between statements
  • Explanations in notes
  • Consolidated statements specifics

Ratio Analysis

2 hours

Agenda:

LIQUIDITY RATIOS

  • Current ration
  • Quick ratio

ASSET MANAGEMENT RATIOS

  • Inventory turnover
  • DSO
  • DPO

DEBT MANAGEMENT RATIOS

  • Debt/Equity ratio
  • Interest cover

MARKET VALUE RATIOS

  • EPS
  • Price /Earnings ratio
  • Divident payout ratio

PROFITABILITY RATIOS

  • Gross Profit Margin
  • Net Profit Margin
  • ROE
  • RoCE

European Union Financial Reporting Standars

Provides general knowledge regarding accounting in accordance to IFRS requirements supported with practical examples and exercises. Second day of the training consists of comprehensive case studies including business specifics to ensure that participants will know how to use acquired theoretical knowledge in practice.

Agenda

  • Key Accounting Concepts and Principles
  • Financial Statements
  • Accounting of Transactions
  • Ratio Analysis
  • Comprehensive case studies

DAY 1

Agenda:

Regulatory frameworks

Content of financial statements

Assets accounting

  • Property, plant and equipment
  • Impairment of the assets
  • Intangible assets
  • Borrowing costs
  • Non-current assets held for sale
  • Investment property

Government grants

DAY 2

Agenda:

Inventory accounting

Provisions, contingent liabilities and contingent assets

Income Tax accounting

Financial Instruments

  • Recognition and Measurement
  • Presentation
  • Disclosures

The Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates

Leases accounting

DAY 3

Agenda:

Revenue from contracts with customers

Accounting share-based payment

Accounting for employee benefits

Other general aspects

  • Accounting policies, changes in accounting estimates and errors
  • Events after the reporting period
  • Related parties disclosures
  • Segment reporting
  • SOx