Anyone can “crunch numbers” but it takes special skills to make them meaningful to the user. Financial statements and ratios need to be interpreted correctly using a process that sets the context, identifies the right analysis tools, and makes recommendations in an understandable format. This course will help you present your insights in a way that is insightful and impactful to your client.
Determine how to set the context for a financial analysis with a corporate overview
Distinguish the reasons why financial statement analysis can be difficult
Identify the steps to complete a business strategy analysis
Identify the six steps of a financial analysis
Choose between various ratios for greatest insights
Reasons why it’s so difficult to provide an “insightful” financial analysis
What is the definition of a financial analysis
The six steps of a financial analysis
Aspiring leaders and leaders of teams and organizations
Experience in financial management of a company.
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