Corporate Finance 1 Introduction Financial Statements
What you’ll learn
Recognize and differentiate the key concepts and relationships between finance, accounting, and economics in the context of corporate decision-making.
Evaluate the significance of financial statements and their role as primary tools in corporate finance, interpreting and analyzing financial statements.
Apply forecasting techniques to utilize financial statement data and make informed predictions about future performance in corporate finance scenarios.
Discuss the various forms of business organizations and their implications for corporate finance, including considerations of ownership, liability, and taxation
Analyze economic conditions and factors impacting the decision-making process in corporate finance, incorporating economic estimates and assessments.
Utilize Excel worksheets to solve practice problems in corporate finance, applying appropriate formulas and functions to perform calculations.
Create financial projections and perform scenario analysis to support decision-making processes in corporate finance, considering various possible outcomes.
Communicate effectively about corporate finance concepts and analyses, presenting findings and recommendations in a clear and concise manner to stakeholders.
Access to a computer or laptop with internet connectivity to access the course materials and complete assignments.
Eagerness to learn and apply corporate finance concepts in real-world scenarios.
Openness to hands-on practice and willingness to solve practice problems using Excel worksheets.
An inquisitive mindset and a desire to explore and understand the intersections between finance, accounting, and economics.
In this comprehensive course, we will explore the essential concepts of corporate finance, equipping you with the knowledge and skills to make informed financial decisions.We begin by clarifying the distinctions and connections between finance, accounting, and economics. While accounting focuses on past data and the construction of financial statements, corporate finance utilizes financial statement data to forecast future performance and drive decision-making. We also acknowledge the significance of economics in corporate finance, as economic conditions play a vital role in the decision-making process.Next, we delve into different forms of business organizations, discussing their characteristics and implications for corporate finance. By understanding the various organizational structures, you will gain insights into the financial considerations associated with each type.A thorough understanding of the primary financial statements—balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows—is crucial in corporate finance. We provide comprehensive explanations of these statements, their interrelationships, and their role in assessing financial performance and making predictions about the future.To reinforce your learning, this course includes numerous practice problem examples, including hands-on exercises using Excel worksheets. You will have access to preformatted Excel worksheets with step-by-step instructional videos, allowing you to work through the practice problems in a structured manner. Additionally, answer sheets are provided to verify your solutions and facilitate self-assessment.Join us on this engaging journey to master corporate finance. Enroll today and develop a solid foundation in core concepts, gain practical problem-solving skills, and apply financial analysis techniques using real-world scenarios.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 110 Finance, Accounting, & Economics
Lecture 2 115 Finance Topics & Activities
Lecture 3 120 Types of Business Organizations
Lecture 4 125 Financial Management Goals
Lecture 5 130 Financial Markets
Section 2: Financial Statements
Lecture 6 205 Financial Statements Overview
Lecture 7 210 Balance Sheet Introduction
Lecture 8 215 Balance Sheet Continued
Lecture 9 220 Income Statement Overview
Lecture 10 225 Income Statement Continued
Lecture 11 230 Statement of Retained Earnings
Lecture 12 235 Statement of Cash Flows
Section 3: Practice Probs – Financial Statements
Lecture 13 OneNote Resource
Lecture 14 211 Earnings Per Share & Gross Profit
Lecture 15 214 Operating Income
Lecture 16 215 Income Statement Accounts
Lecture 17 216 Make an Income Statement
Lecture 18 218 Make an Income Statement Including Earning Per Share
Lecture 19 223 Balance Sheet Current Noncurrent Classification
Lecture 20 224 Balance Sheet & Income Statement Classification
Lecture 21 225 Balance Sheet Alternative Formats
Lecture 22 227 Retained Earnings & Earnings Per Share
Lecture 23 230 Cash Flow Based on Account Activity
Lecture 24 231 Depreciation and Cash Flow Statement
Lecture 25 232 Free Cash Flow
Lecture 26 233 Book Value Per Share
Lecture 27 234 Book Value Per Share Earnings Per Share PE Ratio
Lecture 28 237 Financial Statements Creation
Lecture 29 238 Statement of Cash Flows
Section 4: Excel Probs – Financial Statement
Lecture 30 211 Earnings Per Share & Gross Profit
Lecture 31 214 Operating Income
Lecture 32 215 Income Statement Account Order
Lecture 33 216 Make an Income Statement
Lecture 34 218 Make an Income Statement Including Earning Per Share
Lecture 35 220 Income Statement with Expense Unknown & Tax & Interest Expense Calculations
Lecture 36 223 Balance Sheet Current Noncurrent Classification
Lecture 37 224 Balance Sheet & Income Statement Classification
Lecture 38 225 Balance Sheet Alternative Formats
Lecture 39 226 Increase in Retained Earnings & Earnings Per Share
Lecture 40 227 Retained Earnings & Earnings Per Share
Lecture 41 228 Earning Per Share & Price to Earnings Ratio
Lecture 42 230 Cash Flow Based on Account Activity
Lecture 43 231 Depreciation and Cash Flow Statement
Lecture 44 232 Free Cash Flow
Lecture 45 233 Book Value Per Share
Lecture 46 234 Book Value Per Share Earnings Per Share PE Ratio
Lecture 47 235 Book Value Per Share Earnings Per Share PE Ratio # 2
Lecture 48 237 Financial Statements Creation
Lecture 49 238 Statement of Cash Flows
Professionals working in the field of finance, accounting, or related disciplines who want to deepen their understanding of corporate finance concepts and enhance their decision-making skills.,Business owners and entrepreneurs seeking to improve their financial management skills and make informed financial decisions for their organizations.,Finance and accounting students at the undergraduate or graduate level who want to gain a comprehensive understanding of corporate finance principles and their practical application.,Managers and executives involved in financial decision-making processes within their organizations, aiming to broaden their financial literacy and analytical capabilities.,Professionals in non-finance roles who interact with finance and accounting teams and want to develop a better understanding of corporate finance concepts.,Anyone with a general interest in finance and a desire to learn about the principles and practices of corporate finance.
Udemy | English | 15h 11m | 8.78 GB
Created by: Robert (Bob) Steele