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Every one will agree that the Accounting Figures provided in the Financial Statements on a stand alone basis will not convey any meaningful information unless it is compared with various parameters.
When Financial Figures are compared on a logical manner and relationships are established, it will result in creation of Ratios which will help in analysing the performance of the business units and will also list out the strengths and weaknesses of the Business Units.
Ratio Analysis is the most important and widely used tool for financial analysis. Ratios are particularly useful in comparing one year’s performance of a firm with other years as well as the performance of various firms.
There are various Ratios available for evaluating the performance of the business units like Gross Profit Margin, Net Profit Margin, EBIDITA Margin, Return on Capital Employed, Return on Fixed Assets, Return on Total Assets, Current Ratio, Quick Ratio, Defense Interval Ratio, Leverage Ratio, Turnover Ratios, Working Capital Ratios, etc.
This course is all about Financial Ratios which will be useful for Non Finance Executives who want to really understand the implications of the ratios, students pursing Financial Programs and Business Community who wants to understand Financial Ratios for evaluating their Financial Performance.
By taking this course, you will understand the entire gamut of Financial Ratios with utmost clarity in concepts. You will appreciate that Bankers and Investors will analyse the performance of the business units only by analysing their Performance Ratios, Financial Ratios, Risk Related Ratios, Activity Ratios, Coverage Ratios, Holding Levels, etc. This course will take the learner through all the ratios and will also give the perspective of the Bankers / Investors before Lending / Investing in a Business Unit.
This course will explain logic behind each and every financial ratios and will have simple practical problem to clear the concepts.