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Assessing Key Finan. Info: Balance Sheet/Beyond- FCIB (DR)
This webinar provides practical guidance on Risk Assessment in an international environment. It will provide an overview of concepts in relation to carrying out an analysis of the key financial statements and interpreting information from a credit manager's perspective. The three most common types of financial statements are: The Balance Sheet The Profit and Loss Statement Cash Flow Statement See below for a full list of topics which will be covered during the series - Topics to be covered DAY 1 Events That Affect Cash Flow The ability to generate cash is a critical component of any successful enterprise. It is also important for the credit analyst to understand what events occurred that caused cash to increase or diminish. This session will cover activities most associated with fluctuations in the cash account. DAY 2 Recognizing Potential Problems in Financial Statements and a look at the key ratios for balance sheet analysis. A number of external and internal conditions as reflected on financial statements can signify potential problems. This session will examine a list of commonly encountered conditions whilst also looking at key ratio analysis such as Liquidity ratio, Profitability ratios & Leverage/Gearing ratios DAY 3 Country Standards - Factors in Understanding Financial Statements The size of a business and the country of domicile is a major source of influence on accounting standards and practices. This is important for the export credit manager to understand because differences in measurement and disclosure practices have an effect on the credit decision. This session will focus on the differences and what to look for.
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