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Accredited Financial Analyst (AFA)

Certification Issued By: CIAA logo Chartered Institute for Accountants & Auditor (CIAA-USA) CIAA USA is an accreditation body that is recognized internationally with areas of practice,auditing,finance,including accounting, and consulting. Financial analysis is the process of evaluating businesses, projects, budgets and other finance-related entities to determine their performance and suitability.

Who Should Attend?

  • Executives & Private Bankers
  • Wealth Managers and Analysts
  • Retail Branch Managers
  • Corporate Account Managers
  • Family Office professionals
  • Brokerage and Market Analysts
  • Investment Advisors and Financial Planners
  • Investment Managers and Analysts
  • Stock Market Professionals
  • Portfolio and Asset Managers
  • Financial Marketing Professionals
  • Heads of Financial Accounts
  • Financial Controllers
  • Operation and Planning Managers
  • Research Officers and Media Professionals

Eligibility:You are qualified to take this certification if you have any of the below requirements:Must have at least one year experience in related field,Bachelors or Masters Degree

Course Parts

Module One Module Two
  • Impact of economics on financial markets
  • Time value of money/present value
  • Understanding impact of economic state
  • Corporate Finance
  • Net Present Value (NPV) and other methodologies (e.g. IRR)
  • Macro Fundamentals
  • The capital asset pricing model
  • Efficient markets theory and random walk model
  • Risk/return analysis
  • Measuring betas
  • Equity Markets
  • What is equity?
  • Debt forms
  • Cost of debt revisited
  • Operation of debt markets
  • Types of equity
  • Cost of equity revisited
  • Introduction To Financial Markets
  • And Operations
  • Operation of equity markets
  • Debt Markets
  • What is debt?
Module Three Module Four
  • Financial Statements
  • Key elements of financial statements
  • Detection of financial report engineering
  • Interpretation of financial statements
  • Financial ratios
  • Financial Analysis And Valuations
  • Valuation And Analysis
  • Valuation methodologies
  • Effects of environmental factors
  • Working capital management and analysis
  • Understanding accounting assumptions and their effects
  • Predicting financial distress
  • Results of M&A for acquirers
    Historical background
  • Overview of the contemporary M&A marketplace
  • Mergers And Acquisitions: The Deal Fundamentals
  • Why engage in M&A?
  • Deal synergy
  • Calculating M&A value
  • Regulatory framework
  • Conduct rules and ethics
  • Sponsor rules for IPOs, as an example of the regulatory roles
  • Role and responsibilities of securities regulators and exchange operators
  • Corporate governance and its effect on companies (including the ACGA study)
  • Mergers And Acquisitions (M&As) And Regulatory Framework – Market Cause And Effect

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