Combined Balance Sheet and Income Statement Analysis
Combined Balance Sheet and Income Statement Analysis will prepare learners to interpret repayment risks suggested by the company’s historical financial performance and financial condition, applying balance sheet and income statement measures to analyze liquidity, leverage, profitability, financial productivity, and efficiency.
2 to 3 hours
Participants should be well versed in basic accounting for bankers, or take RMA's Accounting and Ratio Analysis course and have completed Balance Sheet Analysis and Income Statement Analysis courses before enrolling in Combined Balance Sheet and Income Statement Analysis.
Who Will Benefit?
Bankers who are responsible for combined balance sheet and income statement analysis will benefit from this course.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Assess a company’s financial productivity or ability to generate profit.
- Assess a company’s financial efficiency using turnover or activity ratios that relate income statement items to balance sheet items.
- Analyze a company’s historical measures and trends as well as conduct an industry comparison.
Combined Balance Sheet and Income Statement Analysis uses a combination of storytelling, application challenges, microlearning, case studies, and job aids to build participants’ confidence in their ability to analyze financial productivity and financial efficiency. Since learners have a wide range of financial backgrounds and everyone learns at their own pace, it is estimated that it will take between 2 and 3 hours to complete the course. Learners will have opportunities to advance through the course following the pathway that best meets their needs.