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Training - Advanced Analysis of Financial Statements and Business Performance

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The world economy has gone through great transformations. These changes have been generated by crises as well as by the evolution of transactions and the means in which they are operated. New technologies transform markets, generate new demands and eliminate others. There are practically no more market borders and the life cycle of products and companies is getting shorter.
Given this market dynamics, a company's profit or loss has become a daily issue for a public that is normally considered to be laypeople, or that is not prepared to analyze this information within a decision-making context.
For decades, knowing the financial and equity situation of companies through accounting statements was only for the Accountant and the Owner of the company, that is, if the company had reliable Financial Statements.
Increasingly, organizational structure conditions, managerial capacity, technology levels will make a difference to political and economic conditions, competition, among others. The information contained in a company's financial statements serves as a channel to obtain the data necessary to evaluate the company and thus make a decision.
All executives must have a deep understanding of how to analyze a company's financial statements, seeking to understand how the decisions taken by them impacted the results achieved.
Accounting itself has evolved in recent years. International standards were adopted, the Statement of Origins and Applications of Resources was replaced by the Statement of Cash Flow, among other changes.
The level of tax evasion by companies has fallen year after year, causing the Financial Statements to reflect their real economic and financial condition.
Therefore, each and every executive must deeply understand how to analyze a company's Financial Statements so that they can make decisions that ensure the organization's survival and prosperity.

General objectives:

Provide participants with an understanding of the economic and financial situation and performance of companies through the technical analysis of financial statements (Balance Sheet, DRE, DOAR, DFC) and the importance of Cash Flow as a management tool.

Expected Benefits:

After the training, you will be able to:

  • Analyze the financial statements of a company of any size;

  • Analyze business risks through balance sheet analysis;

  • Assess the company's ability to settle its short- and long-term commitments;

  • Assess the company's ability to remunerate its shareholders;

  • Assess the company's financial indebtedness capacity;

  • Assess whether cash-generating capacity is increasing or decreasing;

  • Evaluate the efficiency of the company's administrators through the Economic Added Value;

  • Assess the company's Working Capital Need and its influence on cash generation.

Who is it for:

Executives from financial institutions, lawyers, executives from companies that work in the areas of corporate finance, investment and controllership, consultants who want to improve themselves and understand business performance through the analysis of financial statements.


The course is completely practical. Our methodology is based on deepening theory along with group discussions, slideshow, Excel-based exercises.


Module I - Company Identification

  • Interconnection between markets and agents​

  • Classification of companies

  • Mobile values

  • Representative bodies of corporations

  • Transformation and concentration of companies

  • Ownership and Management

Module II - Financial Decisions and Company Objectives

  • financial decisions

  • Costs of own and third-party resources

  • business risk segmentation

  • company objectives

  • sustainable company

Module III - Balance Sheet Analysis Objectives and Criteria

  • Objectives and content of balance sheet analysis

  • Balance Sheet Analysis Users

  • Balance Sheet Analysis Techniques

  • Inflation and balances

  • Consolidated Financial Statements


Module IV - Structure of Financial Statements in Brazil

  • balance sheet

  • Income statement for the year


Module V - Intermediate Analysis Instrument

  • Vertical and Horizontal Analysis

  • Operational and financial leverage

Module VI - Study of Permanent Assets and Liabilities

Module VII - Balance Sheet Analysis Indicators and Criteria

  • Solvency and liquidity

  • Venture capital

  • Profitability and profitability

  • Interest sensitivity analysis

Module VIII - Dynamic analysis of working capital​

Module IX - Assessment of economic performance

Module X Analysis of Shares and Shareholder Value Created

Credit hours: 24h class

Investment, deadline and procedures for registration:


Possibility of installments in up to 6 installments on the credit card

Progressive discount for:

  • 1 registration = 10%

  • 2 registrations = 15%

  • 3 registrations = 20%

The registration fee includes:

  • Printed handout and worksheets

  • Valini & Training Certificate.

  • Check out the payment facilities for our events. Boleto, Credit Card up to 06 interest-free installments, or Deposit to Account.

  • If you prefer, request an In-Company proposal with the benefits of adapting training to your company's reality!

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