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Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation

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Organisatorische Informationen Kursbeschreibung
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Lehrveranstaltungsnummer:
26937
Kursbezeichnung (Deutsch):
Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation
Kursbezeichnung (Englisch):
Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation
Veranstaltungsart:
MSc Kurs
Semester:
FS 2019
Tooltip Help Geplante Lernergebnisse und Kompetenzen (Deutsch):
Objectives:

The objective of this course is to give student a solid understanding of the relevant disciplines of financial accounting and financial analysis for business valuation. Specific objectives and topics include:

Learning areas

Learning outcomes

I. Content-related

To become acquainted with financial reporting requirements and practices applied by global firms

To understand the limitations of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as a global accounting language

To appreciate the differences / similarities in the various valuation methodologies (Discounted Cash Flow, Residual Income Model and Valuation Multiples)

II. Skills-related

To apply the basic tools in analyzing financial statements

To become savvy in analyzing, interpreting and forecasting information in financial statements.

To become a knowledgeable communicator in financial reporting; the language of business

To obtain exposure to, and familiarity with, the financial statements of real companies

To interpret the communication between company and financial markets on financial performance, forecasts and valuation

III. Attitude-related

To critically review a firm’s key performance metrics within an industry context

To question financial reporting requirements and firms reporting practices

To appreciate the role of judgment in financial accounting and analysis

Tooltip Help Geplante Lernergebnisse und Kompetenzen (Englisch):
Objectives:

The objective of this course is to give student a solid understanding of the relevant disciplines of financial accounting and financial analysis for business valuation. Specific objectives and topics include:

Learning areas

Learning outcomes

I. Content-related

To become acquainted with financial reporting requirements and practices applied by global firms

To understand the limitations of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as a global accounting language

To appreciate the differences / similarities in the various valuation methodologies (Discounted Cash Flow, Residual Income Model and Valuation Multiples)

II. Skills-related

To apply the basic tools in analyzing financial statements

To become savvy in analyzing, interpreting and forecasting information in financial statements.

To become a knowledgeable communicator in financial reporting; the language of business

To obtain exposure to, and familiarity with, the financial statements of real companies

To interpret the communication between company and financial markets on financial performance, forecasts and valuation

III. Attitude-related

To critically review a firm’s key performance metrics within an industry context

To question financial reporting requirements and firms reporting practices

To appreciate the role of judgment in financial accounting and analysis

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