FSA-712 Financial Statement Analysis
This course provides a broad framework of knowledge and tools for evaluating a firm's business operations and predicting its future condition. The course is designed to develop a critical, user's perspective to analyze and interpret financial statements to gain further insights into firms' performance. The course describes the details of financial statements and their use by investors, creditors, analysts, auditors, and other interested parties. Main topics include, but are not limited to, financial ratio and profitability analysis, pro forma forecasting, earnings analysis, risk analysis, quality of financial reporting, and evaluating firm's financial health. The course is targeted to a wide range of students, including those preparing for careers in general management as well as in investment banking, financial analysis, and consulting.
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