Financial Statement Analysis (FSAI) is a method of interpreting accounting data in an effort to understand the current financial performance of an entity and project its future health. FSAI keeps the evaluation process simple, but requires a working knowledge of basic accounting principles. The emphasis of the course is on analyzing financial statements issued by companies using fundamental ratio analysis techniques and analysis of the statement of cash flows. These evaluations can be used to determine the operating efficiency, profitability and financial risk of a firm.
This six-week course offers weekly live lectures with the instructor using CMA’s Webinar presentation format, with 24/7 access to an online classroom where you can find all course materials, get and post assignments, and interact with the instructor between lectures ; Online forums where you work with classmates on team projects and case studies; an Online Midterm Exam; and NACM Certification credit toward the Credit Business Associate (CBA) Designation.
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Tuesday, June 28, 2017
Live lecture every Tuesday evening
from 4 - 5 pm (PT)
6 weeks of lectures
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
from 4:00 pm - 4:20 pm (PT)
Paul Beretz is the founder of Pacific Business Solutions, a Q2C partner, and brings over 30
years of global experience in credit, finance and management with industries such as
telecommunications, semi-conductors, forest products, chemicals, plastics and consumer
products. He is a faculty member at St. Mary's College (CA), instructing working professionals
seeking either a BA or MA in the Leadership & Organizational Studies program and has taught
an executive course at Dartmouth College. He has helped create and teach on-line certificate
programs for several international trade associations and CMA. Paul received his BBA from
the University of Notre Dame, an MBA from Golden Gate University, the Executive Award from
the Graduate School of Credit and Financial Management at Stanford University and a CICE
designation from the FCIB association.