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Today's competitive environment accentuates the importance of understanding the practical application of financial information.
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By the Numbers: How Wall Street Evaluates Your Stock*
Mon - Jun, 4 | 4:15 pm - 5:30 pm
Location: 611-614 (Convention Center Level 6)
Category: Investment Process

Today's competitive business environment accentuates the importance of understanding the practical application of financial information.

Understanding the essential elements of financial and accounting principles enable investor relations officers to communicate effectively with analysts, investors and the financial press.

Led by a former security analyst with 20 years experience, this program will explore how to interpret income and cash flow statements, and balance sheets. It will show how analysts and investors analyze public companies based on the merits of the companies' financial statements.

This is a great session to either brush up on your skills or learn the essential framework for financial analysis and is a helpful prerequisite for

"Would You Buy This Stock? An Interactive Workshop with Rainier Investment" on Wednesday, June 6.

Moderator/Lead Speaker:
Martha E. Freitag, MBA, CFA, Consultant
Seattle CFA Society
    Learning Objectives:
  • Overall review and definition of balance sheet, income, cash flow statement, and key investment ratios used by investors
  • Understanding and interpreting notes to financial statements and their significance to investors. Practical application of valuation methods
  • Leveraging your financial accounting skills to communicate effectively with senior management and investors
 
 
* Draft description as of 6/28 3:51 pm, subject to change
 

Contact Tammy Dang (tdang@niri.org) with session inquiries.