Develop in-depth understanding of accounting tools; stimulate critical thinking and advanced-level economic analysis.
Effectively use an annual report to critically evaluate performance and identify drivers of profitability.
Assess a company’s assets and its ability to meet the claims of its creditors.
Understand the sources of diversity and creativity in accounting practice, and learn how to control for this when comparing firms.
Employ accounting data to measure the return that a company is earning on the capital provided by its investors.
Utilise return on capital as an indicator of whether a company has a competitive advantage or disadvantage.
Explore the major governance and regulatory issues.
Boost your global network as you study alongside professionals from a diverse range of backgrounds and industries.
Duration: 5 daysNext start: 21 Jan 2019Fees: £7,500Location: London
“It was refreshing and stimulating to share and listen to insightful opinions amongst classmates. The diverse backgrounds were of much added value to all the participants on the programme, as every one of us - bankers, lawyers, strategists, technicians and so on - has been able to contribute and assist others when needed, in their field of expertise.”
Nisrin Hala (British/Lebanese)Manager, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe
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