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INTERPRETING AND FORECASTING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND CORPORATE FAILURE WITH Dr. PHIL H. LATIMIER.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Financial Statements serve three important economic functions :

  • They provide information to the owners and creditors of the firm about the company’s current status and past financial performance.
  • They provide a convenient way for owners and creditors to set performance targets and to impose restrictions on the managers of the firm.
  • They provide convenient templates for financial planning.

The 4 basic accounting statements reviewed are the Income Statement, the Balance Sheet, the Statement of Cash Flows and the Retained Earnings Statements.

A firm’s accounting balance sheet differs from an economic balance sheet because :

  • It omits some economically significant assets and liabilities, and
  • It does not report all assets and liabilities at their current market values.

Advanced Credit Analysis and Cash Flow Forecasting are essential to avoid poor credit decisions – and thereby minimise bad loans and credit losses.

Appreciating the volatility of credit quality due to uncertainties in the economy and financial markets is of the utmost importance.

If taking risks is what business activity is about…Corporate Bankers also know that   » the best time to sell a horse is before it dies « …!

 

This comprehensive workshop prepares participants with the tools and techniques needed to reduce the fear of financial distress.

It provides a detailed analysis of interpreting the early warning signs when it comes to Corporate Financial Distress and Bankruptcy .

Contact Dr. Phil H. LATIMIER for more information and to discuss your needs :

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