Finance for Investor Relations & PR Executives
|"I've come loaded with statistics, for I've noticed that|
a man can't prove anything without statistics"
|-- Mark Twain
This course will help you to understand financial terminology, find your way around the annual report and accounts and update your knowledge for changes in accounting rules.|
Fixed assets & depreciation, goodwill & amortisation
Our Finance for investor relations and PR executives course can be tailored to meet your specific learning requirements. You tell us which company accounts you wish to understand and we will use the annual report to provide examples, calculate ratios and help you to interpret performance.
Creditors, bank borrowings, provisions, total debt
Five reasons why the balance sheet does not reflect market value
Why the "headline" profit figure can differ from that shown in the p&l account
Exceptional items and provisions
Five profit figures: PBIT/EBIT, EBITDA, PBT/EBT, PAT and retained profit
Cash flow statement - why profit does not equal cash
Shareholder value: What does an analyst look for? What do these results mean
to investors? What does gearing greater or less than 50% mean for the
Key management ratios, including ROCE, ROE, EPS, P/E ratio, profit margins,
liquidity, gearing, interest cover and market capitalisation
Implications of International Accounting Standards
Who will benefit?
Financial pr and investor relations executives
Duration: One day
Finance for Investor Relations & PR Executives is also available as an in-house course.