Adkins Matchett & Toy

ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS

Adkins Matchett & Toy
In Banbury

£550
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Typology Training
Location Banbury
Duration 1 Day
  • Training
  • Banbury
  • Duration:
    1 Day
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Starts Location
On request
Banbury
Linden House, 55 South Bar, OX16 9AB, Oxfordshire, England
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Location
Banbury
Linden House, 55 South Bar, OX16 9AB, Oxfordshire, England

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1.1 Day 2 - Working capital

This module provides participants with an understanding of the importance of working capital in the context of a company's financing structure and cash flows. The difference between working capital and operating working capital is analyzed and operating working capital is analyzed using several ratios. Participants complete a working capital analysis for the peer group.

Key topics:

· Inventories, receivables, payables, prepaid items and accruals

· Definition of working capital and operating working capital

· Operating working capital and the cash cycle

· Working capital ratios and day calculations

Building on a basic knowledge of cash flows, participants learn how to build cash flow statements using historical and forecast balance sheets. The relationship between cash and changes in assets, liabilities and equity accounts is analyzed in detail, allowing participants to understand the full integration of income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement. The cash flow session is particularly relevant as a foundation for modeling skills.

Key topics:

· The components of the cash flow statement

· Why the cash flow statement is a reconciliation of two balance sheets

· How to divide a company's balance sheet into operating, investing and financing activities

· Calculate a cash flow statement from two balance sheets and an income statement

· Asset sales and impairments/restructuring

· EBITDA as proxy of operating cash flow and potential pitfalls


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