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Analysis of the Balance Sheet
The balance sheet provides a 'snapshot' of an organization at a particular point in time. It indicates the organization's financial strength, providing information about what it owns (assets), what it owes (liabilities), and the 'book value' of the business. Ratio analysis can also be performed on the balance sheet in order to gain valuable insight into the organization's performance.
This course introduces the various elements that make up a balance sheet and shows where these are positioned on the balance sheet itself. It also discusses consolidated balance sheets (the balance sheet of a group of businesses), before concluding with balance sheet ratio analysis.
On completion of this course, you will be able to:
• Identify the different types of asset and liability and the components of shareholders' equity
• Consolidate a company's balance sheet
• Perform ratio analysis of balance sheet items
Topic 1: Elements of the Balance Sheet
• Fixed & Current Assets
• Current Liabilities
• Contingent Liabilities
• Long-Term Liabilities
• Balance Sheet Navigation
• Strengths and Weaknesses of The Balance Sheet
Topic 2: Consolidated Balance Sheets
• The Holding Company and its Subsidiaries
• Consolidated Balance Sheets
Topic 3: Balance Sheet Ratio Analysis
• Balance Sheet Ration Analysis
• Liquidity Ratios
• Gearing Ratios
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Analysis of the Income Statement
This course introduces the various elements of the income statement, enabling you to look behind the key figures. With this knowledge, you should be able to make an informed judgment on a company’s performance.
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