Interpreting Non-GAAP Reports
Why You Should Take This Course
- GAAP-based financial statements are increasingly becoming less relevant than "unofficial" non-GAAP/IFRS metrics.
- Here, we walk through the challenges and lesser-understood nuances of accurately normalizing historical results and forecasts.
- We discuss the mechanics and concepts required to correctly adjust operating and valuation models as well as common pitfalls associated with tax adjustments, share count adjustments and forecasting non-GAAP items in financial models.
Who is this Program For?
This course is designed for professionals and those pursing a career in the following finance careers:
- Investment Banking
- Buy-Side Equity Research
- Sell-Side Equity Research
- Private Equity
- Credit Research
- FP&A and Corporate Finance
Wall Street Prep’s Interpreting Non-GAAP Reports is used at top financial institutions and business schools.
Non-IFRS disclosures in practice
Normalizing for SBC, exercise II
The program assumes a basic introductory knowledge of accounting (e.g. interaction of balance sheet, cash flow, and income statement) and proficiency in Excel. Students with no prior background in Accounting should enroll in the Accounting Crash Course. Students with limited experience using Excel should enroll in the Excel Crash Course.
Taught by Bankers
Our instructors are former I-bankers who give lessons real-world context by connecting it to their experience on the desk.
Used on the Street
This is the same comprehensive course our corporate clients use to prepare their analysts and associates.
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