CFA Level 1-Financial Reporting and Analysis
This program is a Support Tool & Guide to prepare you for the topic of ‘Financial Reporting and Analysis’ for the Level 1 Examination of CFA® Program to be held in December 2015.
This Course covers the Financial Reporting and Analysis (FRA) module of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Level 1 Certification. The Course covers topics like Financial Statement Analysis, Basics of Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement, Balance Sheet Analysis, Inventories, Long Lived Assets and Non Current Liabilities, Financial Reporting Mechanisms, The various Reporting Standards, Income Taxes, Accounting Shenanigans on the Cash Flow Statement and Red Flags in Financial Reporting. The Course also covers solved questions of the FRA module in the form of a instructor led video lectures. While this Course is ideal to those appearing for the CFA Level 1 examinations that is conducted across various global centres twice a year, it can also be a good substitute to students pursuing Finance majors or those working in Financial firms.
What are the requirements?
- No specific pre-requisite knowledge required as such, however a basic understanding of financial services (especially investment management industry) will be useful
- Also an understanding on the basic concepts will help the participants gain a better understanding
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over 102 lectures and 10 hours of content!
- Enable the participants to apply this concepts in the Level 1 Examination of CFA® Program to be held in June & December every year
- Enable the participants to understand the key concepts in Financial Reporting & Analysis
What is the target audience?
- Level 1 Exam Candidates for the CFA® Program [June or December Exam]
CFA level 1-financial reporting and analysis program covers the topic of ‘Financial Reporting and Analysis’ carrying approximately 20% weightage in the 6-hour Exam covering a total of 240 questions [120 questions each in Morning session (9 am to 12 noon) and Afternoon session (2 to 5 pm)]. It is an important tool for investment analysis used for portfolio investments. The key concepts like principal financial statement analysis, ratio analysis, analysis of debt, taxes, inventories and long-lived assets, and others get covered here. We believe that you will find this program useful for enhancing your knowledge and understanding on the topic.
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