Executive Program in Financial Analysis

Executive Program in Financial Analysis - 6 Months

COURSE OVERVIEW

COURSE ACCESS DURATION – 6 Months

PROGRAM PLAN – Gives in-depth information about what is covered, schedule, different phases involved and Process

WHO SHOULD ATTEND – Talks about the eligibility criteria, best suited audience, etc.,

WHY SHOULD YOU CONSIDER A CAREER AS A FINANCIAL ANALYSIS? 

ABOUT COURSE

IIBM Institute Executive Program in Financial Analysis is skill-building course covering accounting, financial modelling, valuation and equity research. Through this course participants build their careers across a wide variety of roles in investment banking, corporate finance and private equity. If you are Working Professional or are a fresh graduate and are interested in building a long term career in Equity Research, Executive Program in Financial Analysis is the ideal program for you with similar curriculum of CFA. This program will also help you to prepare for the world’s leading qualification in the field of Investment Analysis.

Eligibility & Course Access Duration

Eligibility  Course Access Duration 
Graduate or equivalent 6 Months

Fees Details

Fee Option Installment 1 Installment 2 : After 1 month Installment 3 : After 1 Month Total Fee
Lump Sum Rs.50,000 Rs.50,000
Installments Rs. 20,000 Rs. 10,000 Rs. 10,000 Rs.55,000

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Course Details

Module I

Professional Ethics & Corporate Governance

  • Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct
  • Guidance for Standards 1-VII
  • Introduction to the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS)
  • Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS)

Derivative strategies

  • Derivative Markets and Instruments
  • Forward Markets and Contracts
  • Futures Markets and Contracts
  • Option Markets and Contracts
  • Swap Markets and Contracts
  • Risk Management
  • Applications of Option Strategies

Financial Reporting & Analysis

  • Financial Statement Analysis: An Introduction
  • Financial Reporting Mechanics
  • Financial Reporting Standards
  • Understanding Income Statements
  • Understanding Balance Sheets
  • Understanding Cash Flow Statements
  • Financial Analysis Techniques
  • Inventories
  • Long-lived Assets
  • Income Taxes
  • Non-current (Long-term) Liabilities
  • Financial Reporting Quality: Red Flags and Accounting Warning Signs
  • Accounting Shenanigans on the Cash Flow Statemen
  • Financial Statement Analysis: Applications

Module 2

Corporate Finance

  • Capital Budgeting
  • Cost of Capital
  • Measures of Leverage
  • Dividends and Share Repurchases: Basics
  • Working Capital Management
  • The Corporate Governance of Listed Companies: A Manual for Investors

Portfolio Management

  • Portfolio Management: An Overview
  • Portfolio Risk and Return: Part I
  • Portfolio Risk and Return: Part II
  • Basics of Portfolio Planning and Construction

Quantitative Methods

  • The Time Value of Money
  • Discounted Cash Flow Applications
  • Statistical Concepts and Market Returns
  • Probability Concepts
  • Common Probability Distributions
  • Sampling and Estimation
  • Hypothesis Testing

Module 3

Economics

  • Demand and Supply Analysis: Introduction
  • Demand and Supply Analysis: Consumer Demand
  • Demand and Supply Analysis: The Firm
  • The Firm and Market Structures
  • Aggregate Output, Prices, and Economic Growth
  • Understanding Business Cycles 11″ Monetary and Fiscal PolicyInternational Trade and Capital Flows
    Currency Exchange Rates

Alternate Investments

  • Introduction to Alternative Investments

Equity

  • Market organization and structure
  • Security market indices
  • Market Efficiency
  • Overview of equity securities
  • Introduction to industry and company analysis
  • Equity valuation:concepts and basic tools

Fixed Income

  • Fixed- income securities:Defining elements
  • Fixed- income Markets: insurance trading and funding
  • Introduction to fixed income valuation
  • Understanding fixed income risk and return
  • Fundamentals of credit analysis

Who Should Attend 

This financial analysis course is perfect for any aspiring financial analyst working in investment banking, financial planning and analysis (FP&A), equity research, corporate development, and other areas of finance and accounting.

WHY SHOULD YOU CONSIDER A CAREER AS A FINANCIAL ANALYSIS?

  • Salary. A Financial Analyst job usually leads to a very well-paid career.
  • Promotions. Financial Analysis acquire valuable technical skills, which makes them the leading candidates for senior roles within a corporation.
  • Secure Future. There is high demand for Financial Analysis on the job market, and you to be concerned about finding a job.
  • Growth. This isn’t a boring job. Every day, you will face different challenges that will test your existing skills.

Payment Instruction

  • Fees need to be paid in lump sum / first Installment via Cheque or online payment in favor of “IIBM Institute of Business Management”.
  • Exam Fees and GST 18% applicable.