Financial Analyst Overview

 

A financial analyst researches macroeconomic and micro economic conditions along with company fundamentals to make business, sector and industry recommendations. They also often recommend a course of action, such as to buy or sell a company’s stock based upon its overall current and predicted strength.

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 Analyze financial data by collecting, monitoring and creating financial models for decision support. Improve financial status by analyzing results; monitoring variances; identifying trends; recommending actions to management. Assist with annual and quarterly forecasting.

What are the course objectives?

Financial analysts also have strengths in reading, writing, and comprehension, helping them to become valued communicators. If you are applying for a job as a financial analyst, it is important to include an objective on your resume that clearly states your training, skills, and background.

Financial Analyst Course Duration?

Financial Analyst  course  can be learnt just in 10 weeks . 

 

Financial Analyst Certification?
  • Financial Analyst Specialist (FAS)
  • Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
  • Licensed International Financial Analyst (LIFA

Our Training Features:

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Experienced Trainers

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Flexible Timings

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Placement Assistance

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Hands on Training

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Online Training

Financial Analyst Course Syllabus 

  • Basics of financial accounting and understanding financial statements
    • Balance sheet
    • P&L account
    • Schedule III
    • Cash flow statements
    • Net Profit v/s Net Cash Flow
  • Working capital management
    • Kinds of working capital
    • Operating cycle and components of working capital
    • Working capital management and decision making
  • Cost information for decision making and budgeting

    • Cost concepts including discussion on marginal costing
    • Some important definitions
    • Make or buy
    • Shut down or continue
    • Sell or process further
    • Domestic versus export sales
    • Need and type of budgets
    • Alternative approaches for budgeting
    • Commonly used budgets
    • Budgetary control process
    • Limitations of budgets
    • Case study and illustrations
  • Evaluation of investment projects
    • Capital budgeting meaning
    • Approach to capital budgeting
    • Techniques of capital budgeting
    • Practical application of Net present value and Internal rate of return
    • Features of capital budgeting decisions
    • Case study and illustrations

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Our Student Reviews

I usually listen to the stock market advice given by my brother, who works for a large investment bank as a financial analyst and follows companies for a living.

Amith

You may want to bring in a financial analyst to see if they can think of any ways to save you money

Jagadesh

I was a financial analyst and could determine what was going on in certain areas of the business, that others could not

Rakesh