Corporate Finance 2 Financial Ratios

Gain Financial Insights and Make Informed Decisions with Ratio Analysis in Corporate Finance
Corporate Finance 2 Financial Ratios
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8.38 GB
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13h 43m

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Robert (Bob) Steele

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Last update

9/2022

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4.5/5

Corporate Finance 2 Financial Ratios

What you’ll learn

Define the concept of ratio analysis and explain its significance in corporate finance decision-making.
Apply the DuPont System of analysis to evaluate financial performance and assess the key drivers of profitability.
Calculate and interpret the return on investment (ROI) in various scenarios, demonstrating proficiency in evaluating investment profitability.
Analyze and interpret key ratios such as return on assets, total asset turnover, and profit margin to assess operational efficiency and financial performance.
Evaluate the financial health and risk profile of an organization using the return on equity and debt-to-equity ratios.
Calculate and interpret the accounts receivable collection period to assess the effectiveness of credit and collection policies.
Assess the organization’s ability to meet its interest obligations using the times interest earned and fixed charge coverage ratios.
Conduct trend analysis of return on equity to identify patterns and trends in financial performance.
Utilize ratio analysis to compare and evaluate the performance of different divisions within an organization.
Construct a projected income statement and balance sheet using ratio analysis techniques to forecast future performance.

Corporate Finance 2 Financial Ratios

Requirements

Basic understanding of financial statements, including familiarity with balance sheets and income statements.
Access to a computer or laptop with internet connectivity to access the course materials and complete practice exercises.
An eagerness to learn and apply ratio analysis techniques in corporate finance decision-making.
Openness to hands-on practice and willingness to solve practice problems using Microsoft Excel.
A strong desire to enhance financial analysis skills and make informed decisions based on financial insights.

Description

In this comprehensive course, we will explore the essential principles of ratio analysis and how it can significantly impact decision-making from a corporate finance perspective.Ratio analysis is a powerful tool that enables us to make informed projections about future performance based on past financial statements. By utilizing the balance sheet and income statement, which serve as the primary tools for ratio analysis, we can assess an organization’s past performance and current standing. More importantly, ratio analysis empowers us to project future performance and gain insights into an organization’s potential trajectory.Throughout the course, we will delve into these concepts through a series of practice problems, utilizing Microsoft Excel for practical application. Each problem will be accompanied by a downloadable worksheet with step-by-step instructional videos. You will have access to preformatted Excel worksheets, including answer keys, to work through the problems in a structured manner and reinforce your learning.By the end of the course, you will have a comprehensive understanding of ratio analysis and the renowned DuPont System of analysis. You will be able to apply key ratios, including return on investment (ROI), return on assets, total asset turnover, and profit margin calculations, to various scenarios. Additionally, you will grasp the significance of return on equity, debt-to-equity ratios, accounts receivable collection periods, times interest earned, fixed charge coverage, and return on equity trend analysis in assessing financial performance.Furthermore, we will explore how ratio analysis can be used to compare different divisions within an organization, providing valuable insights for strategic decision-making. Lastly, you will learn to project future performance by constructing a projected income statement and balance sheet using ratio analysis techniques.Join us on this dynamic journey to master ratio analysis in corporate finance. Enroll today and gain the skills to analyze financial data effectively, make sound financial decisions, and project future performance with confidence.

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Financial Ratios

Lecture 2 315 DuPont System of Analysis

Section 2: Practice Probs – Financial Ratios

Lecture 3 OneNote Resource

Lecture 4 311 Profit Margin Percent

Lecture 5 312 Return on Investment (ROI)

Lecture 6 313 Return on Assets, Total Asset Turnover, & Profit Margin

Lecture 7 314 Return on Investment, Total Asset Turnover, & Profit Margin

Lecture 8 315 Profit Margin Two Years Comparison & Income Statement

Lecture 9 317 Expense to Sales Ratios

Lecture 10 318 Return on Assets, Return on Equity, & Asset Turnover

Lecture 11 325 Total Asset Turnover & Return on Equity-More Complex Relationships

Lecture 12 326 Total Asset Turnover, Return on Equity, & Profit Margin

Lecture 13 327 Return on Equity & Other Ratios Two Company Comparison

Lecture 14 328 Average AR Collection Period

Lecture 15 331 Turnover Ratios Two Year Comparison

Lecture 16 332 Multiple Ratio Calculations

Lecture 17 333 Times Interest Earned & Fixed Charge Coverage

Lecture 18 337 Asset Turnover & Return on Equity Trend Analysis

Lecture 19 338 Asset Turnover & Debt to Asset Compared to Industry

Lecture 20 339 Net Profit Margin & ROA Division Comparison

Lecture 21 342 Ratios to Create Current Assets Portion of Balance Sheet

Lecture 22 343 Use Ratios to Create a Balance Sheet

Lecture 23 344 Use Ratios to Create Account Balances

Lecture 24 346 Comprehensive Ratio Analysis

Lecture 25 347 P1 Comprehensive Ratio – Two Companies Part 1

Lecture 26 347 P2 Comprehensive Ratio – Two Companies Part 2

Section 3: Excel Probs – Financial Ratios

Lecture 27 311 Profit Margin Percent

Lecture 28 312 Return on Investment (ROI)

Lecture 29 313 Return on Assets, Total Asset Turnover, & Profit Margin

Lecture 30 314 Return on Investment, Total Asset Turnover, & Profit Margin

Lecture 31 315 Profit Margin Two Years Comparison & Income Statement

Lecture 32 317 Expense to Sales Ratios

Lecture 33 318 Return on Assets, Return on Equity, & Asset Turnover

Lecture 34 325 Total Asset Turnover & Return on Equity-More Complex Relationships

Lecture 35 326 Total Asset Turnover, Return on Equity, & Profit Margin

Lecture 36 327 Return on Equity & Other Ratios Two Company Comparison

Lecture 37 328 Average AR Collection Period

Lecture 38 331 Turnover Ratios Two Year Comparison

Lecture 39 332 Multiple Ratio Calculations

Lecture 40 333 Times Interest Earned & Fixed Charge Coverage

Lecture 41 337 Asset Turnover & Return on Equity Trend Analysis

Lecture 42 338 Asset Turnover & Debt to Asset Compared to Industry

Lecture 43 339 Net Profit Margin & ROA Division Comparison

Lecture 44 342 Ratios to Create Current Assets Portion of Balance Sheet

Lecture 45 343 Use Ratios to Create a Balance Sheet

Lecture 46 344 Use Ratios to Create Account Balances

Lecture 47 346 Comprehensive Ratio Analysis # 1

Lecture 48 347 P1 Comprehensive Ratio – Two Companies

Lecture 49 347 P2 Comprehensive Ratio – Two Companies Part 2

Professionals working in the field of corporate finance, financial analysis, or related roles, who want to deepen their understanding of ratio analysis and enhance their decision-making skills.,Accounting and finance students at the undergraduate or graduate level, who want to gain practical knowledge and skills in applying ratio analysis techniques in corporate finance.,Business owners and entrepreneurs seeking to improve their financial analysis capabilities and make informed financial decisions for their organizations.,Financial analysts and investment professionals who want to sharpen their analytical skills and utilize ratio analysis for evaluating investment opportunities.,Managers anProfessionals in non-finance roles who interact with finance and accounting teams and want to develop a better understanding of ratio analysis and its applications.d executives involved in financial decision-making processes within their organizations, aiming to enhance their financial literacy and analytical capabilities.,Anyone with a keen interest in corporate finance, financial analysis, and making informed decisions based on financial insights.

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 13h 43m | 8.38 GB
Created by: Robert (Bob) Steele

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