Objectives of the Presentation
- An introduction to a five-part financial statement analysis model which will include:
- Liquidity: How to determine the true cash position of a company by eliminating certain current asset accounts from the working capital, current ratio and quick ratio calculations
- Activity: How to correctly interpret a company's accounts receivable, accounts payable, and inventory turnover. The turnover calculations will then be used to determine a company's cash conversion cycle
- Leverage: How to calculate the debt versus equity position of a business and adjust the calculation through the use of a subordination agreement
- Operating Performance: How to gauge a company's true profitability and the difference between accrual versus cash basis income statements
- Cash Flow: Calculate, interpret and apply cash flow models including traditional EBITDA, fixed-charge coverage, free cash flow (FCF), cash basis cash flow and uniform credit analysis cash flow (UCA)
- A review of related topics of the Z-score (bankruptcy predictor) and the sustainable growth models
- Case studies to illustrate the five-part analysis model and the correct interpretation of the financial statements
Why Should you Attend?
This webinar will demonstrate a comprehensive approach to financial statement analysis. The session will begin with analyzing the four financial statements - income statement, statement of retained earnings, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows. This will include revenue and expense recognition, FIFO, LIFO and average inventory costing models, operating expenses (repairs) versus improvements, depreciation including straight-line, units-of-production and double-declining balance, amortization and depletion.
The webinar will also explore accounts receivable assessment, allowance for doubtful accounts, intangible assets, accounts payable assessment, capital and operating leases and analysis of the equity section of the balance sheet including partners' capital accounts, common and preferred stock, treasury stock, stock splits and retained earnings.
Additionally, the types or levels of financial statements will be highlighted including company-prepared, compiled, reviewed and audited. The audited financial statements will include unqualified, qualified, adverse and disclaimer.
Osburn & Associates, LLC
David L. Osburn is the founder of Osburn & Associates, LLC, a Business Training and Contract CFO Firm that provides seminars, webinars, and keynote speeches for CPAs, bankers, attorneys, credit managers, and business owners on topics such as Banking/Finance/Credit, Negotiation Skills, Marketing, and Management Issues. His extensive professional background of over 30 years includes 16 years as a Business Trainer/ Contract CFO and 16 years as a bank commercial lender including the position of Vice President/Senior Banking Officer. His banking credentials include loan underwriting, loan "work-out", management, and business development. Mr. Osburn has been an adjunct college professor (MBA and undergraduate courses) for over 30 years including Regis University and the College of Southern Nevada.
He holds an MBA from Utah State University, a BS in Finance from Brigham Young University, and is a graduate of the ABA National Commercial Lending School held at the University of Oklahoma. Additionally, Mr. Osburn holds the professional designation of Certified Credit & Risk Analyst (CCRA) as granted by the National Association of Credit Management (NACM).
- Commercial Lenders
- Credit Analysts
- Relationship Managers
- Business Owners
- Compliance Managers and Officers
- Risk Managers and Officers
- Presidents / Vice Presidents
- Managers / Supervisors
- Sales Representatives
- Marketing Personnel
- Retail Businesses Owners
- Maintenance and Security Employees
- Stock Room Personnel
- Business Vendors