Financial statements provide the basis for many business decisions and are the chief means for conveying information about the financial position of a company to the outside world. Therefore, being able to read and interpret financial statements is a vital skill. However, financial statements are written in manners that confound most people without the needed training, and their complexity has increased with time. This course aims to remove the mystery behind financial statements. It is designed in a manner that people with little financial training will find it enjoyable to learn and easy to understand.
This training program examines and explains, using examples, financial statements and analysis methods for a company. It is also designed to enhance a participants understanding of the three main financial statements namely the Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Cash-Flow Statement. The aim of this two days training program is to provide a practical introduction to financial statements with an emphasis on relevant interpretation and evaluation techniques. It is intended for professionals who have little or no training in finance and who use company accounts and publicly available financial information to aid marketing, credit, procurement or other business decisions.
Company Directors, Chairmen, Company Secretaries, Senior Managers and those who wish to develop their understanding on the financial statements.