INSTRUCTORS
  • Amr Sarhan
    Amr Sarhan

    -Certified lecturer and consultant in the field of financial management and accounting.
    -Holds a master's degree, Department of Finance, Saint Mary's University - Canada.
    -Holds professional certificates CFC, CFA.
    -He holds the title of Assistant Director of Research and Studies.

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Certification icon Attendance certificate
Language English (US)
Time 44 minutes

Overview:

Financial analysis is the process of evaluating businesses, projects, budgets, and other finance-related transactions to determine their performance and suitability.

Objectives:

- Learn about the different financial statements.
- Understand the role of financial statement analysis

- Understand and Learn how to diagnose the information in the financial statement.

Learn how to make forecast about future prospects of the organization. -

Target Audience:

This course is for regulators, investors, analysts, and employees.

Course mechanism:

 An online course that you can attend at any time that suits you with high quality. -

- To complete the rest of the course, kindly click on Join the course at the top of the screen or subscribe.

- After completing the course and attending it completely, a window will appear, write your name in both Arabic and English, and you will get the certificate directly.

- Certifications are accredited. Issued by the signature of the trainer and the management of the center.

Why remote training?
With the rapid development, remote training and self-learning have become essential to ensure quick access to information and attend any online course at anytime and anywhere that suits you, and you can benefit from the best international experts.

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  • 1st section
    • The Role of Financial Statement Analysis
      2 minutes
    • Key Financial Statements
      6 minutes
    • The Footnotes and Supplementary Schedules
      2 minutes
    • Management Discussion and Analysis
      1 minute
    • The Audit Report
      2 minutes
    • The Classification of Business Activities
      2 minutes
    • Common Assets Accounts
      3 minutes
    • Common Liabilities Accounts
      2 minutes
    • Common Equity Accounts
      3 minutes
    • Common Income Statement Items
      3 minutes
    • Accounting Equations
      4 minutes
    • Accounting for Transactions
      7 minutes
    • Conclusion
      2 minutes