1603311 Financial Analysis
Course Description :

Pre-requisites: None

The primary goal of this subject is to learn how to create managers’ “inside information” from analysing publicly available financial statement data. The subject is designed to equip the students with the skills of effective financial statement analysis to meet the challenge of the competitive business world. The subject is aimed at students with broad business career interests as well as those specializing in the accounting and finance field. The subject will commence with the introduction of the framework for financial statement analysis involving discussions on the roles of accounting information and intermediaries in the economy, and how financial analysis can create value in well-functioning markets. Afterwards, the subject topics will mainly cover the areas of how those business analyses and valuation frameworks can be applied to a variety of decisions. Cases and problems will be introduced gradually, and will provoke analytical and creative thinking of the subject participants.
Department :Finance
Program :Bachelor of Finance
Course Level :Bachelor
Course Outline :
Syllabus Financial analysis and evaluation.pdf    

School of Business
Department of Finance


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