Early bird discount: 10% discount if paid and register before 30 Nov 2017 – RM799.20
In this workshop, I will be teaching sensitive areas and creative accounting in financial statements. Example of sensitive areas include:Revenue Recognition, Business Combination and Equity Investment, Intangible Assets and Goodwill, Impairment, Financial Instruments, Derivatives and Hedging, Deferred Taxation and Operating Leases.
We will also discuss cases such as “Increase in bank debt in the balance sheet without an increase in finance costs”.
This course aims to provide participants with a thorough understanding of how to perform advanced analysis on financial statement. This course brings together the key elements of financial statement analysis to help participants develop their skills in this area and enable them to ask the right questions to really get under the skin and see the real risks facing businesses and investors in these challenging times. The reference reporting framework used will be IFRS.
During the course, participants also gain an insight into how to interpret warning signals in financial statement and identify many of the creative accounting techniques used by companies.
Duration: Two days
Date: 9-10 Dec 2017, 9am to 5pm
- Investalks Student: RM838.00
- Public: RM888.00
- Bank in
- Bank: Maybank
- Account No.: 514383562062
- Account Name: Ivestalks Enterprise
- Send the payment receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org or Whatsapp to +6016-773 9114
Location: Somewhere in Petaling Jaya
Program Level: Advanced
Prerequisites: As an “advanced” course, a reasonable grounding in the fundamental concepts of financial accounting and some experience of having carried out or reviewed financial analysis will be assumed. Participants are expected to understand concepts such how the key financial statements (Profit and Loss, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statement) link together, how they are structured, how to analyse financial statements using simple ratios and accounting principles such as accruals and provisions.
This training assumes a sound grasp of fundamental finance concepts and analysis. Although the analysis will be structured around key aspects such as “Liquidity” and “Gearing”, these principles are assumed to be familiar to participants, thereby enabling this session to focus on analysis and interpretation rather than definition and calculation.