Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich: Financial Statement Analysis and Evaluation

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Learn the language of business by analyzing financial statements and forecast future business activities of companies! Course: August 3 - 21, 2020 in Munich, Germany Arrival: August 2, 2020 Departure: August 22, 2020 Website: www.fav-misu.de Stude... read more

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Learn the language of business by analyzing financial statements and forecast future business activities of companies! Course: August 3 - 21, 2020 in Munich, Germany Arrival: August 2, 2020 Departure: August 22, 2020 Website: www.fav-misu.de Students who want to become managers, auditors, regulators, analysts or investors need to interpret financial statements in order to understand how companies run their business and to forecast future business activities. The summer course ‘Financial Statement Analysis and Evaluation’ designed by the Munich School of Management at the LMU Munich teaches participants to understand the ‘language of business. This course aims at making you familiar with firms’ financial statements and financial statement analysis by enabling you to read and analyze them to your professional benefit. Hence, you will learn to consume, analyze and forecast financial statements. Adopting a user perspective, we move beyond the technical aspects of financial reporting and preparing accounts. Instead, based on these fundamentals, you are able to understand the firm’s past business activities through the lens of financial statements. The course seeks to enable you to forecast a firm’s future business activities and to conduct a sound fundamental equity valuation to challenge market prices of real-world companies. Upon successful application, participants will be able to understand and forecast future business activities, receive 6 ECTS credits for their performance and explore Munich through extracurricular activities.

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  • Summer
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