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Setting aside some time to learn more about the world of finance can prove to be a very smart investment for your career. Finance is an essential component of any business or organisation, so it’s very valuable for employees to have a good grounding in the principles of finance.
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Report on financial activity
Interaction Training
1 hr
A$60 + GST
In this course, we investigate the basics of compiling financial information, focusing on how financial information is processed and how reports are constructed, including how to identify asset and liability accounts; identify income and expense accounts; complete and interpret a Chart of Accounts and apply a Chart of Accounts coding system. 
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15. LBO Modeling
Wall Street Prep
5 hrs
$169
Course Overview Leveraged buyout (LBO) modeling is used widely by investment banks and private equity firms and is often part of a finance interview. In this course, you will learn how to build a real, complex LBO model from scratch.  You will start by learning about basic LBO concepts, typical deal structures, and current industry dynamics. You will then begin the step-by-step modeling, covering the most common and challenging issues that emerge when modeling buyouts. The course concludes with a sensitivity and scenario analysis, as well as how to build output tables that are key to any professional-grade LBO analysis. Instructor - Matan Feldman Matan Feldman is Wall Street Prep’s Founder and Managing Partner. His responsibilities include business development, development of courses, and overseeing training programs. Matan has overseen training programs for clients including Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, Raymond James, Stifel Nicolaus, FBR Capital Markets, Sagent Advisors, Giuliani Capital Advisors, JP Morgan, Cerberus, Wharton Business School, London Business School, Kellogg, Booth, Stern (NYU), and Cornell. Prior to founding Wall Street Prep, Matan served in several capacities on Wall Street — first as an Analyst in Chase Manhattan Bank's Mergers & Acquisitions Group in New York, and subsequently as an Associate within JP Morgan's Equity Research Group, covering Food & Drug Retail Equities.
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4. Interpreting Non-GAAP Reports
Wall Street Prep
3 hrs
$67
Course Overview GAAP-based financial statements included in company annual, interim and quarterly reports are increasingly becoming less relevant than "unofficial" non-GAAP/IFRS metrics. In this course, we use real-life examples to walk through the challenges and lesser-understood nuances of accurately normalizing both historical results and forecasts. We discuss the mechanics and concepts required for correctly adjusting operating models and valuation models, as well as common pitfalls associated with tax adjustments, share count adjustments and forecasting non-GAAP items in integrated financial statement models.Instructor - Matan Feldman Matan Feldman is Wall Street Prep’s Founder and Managing Partner. His responsibilities include business development, development of courses, and overseeing training programs. Matan has overseen training programs for clients including Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, Raymond James, Stifel Nicolaus, FBR Capital Markets, Sagent Advisors, Giuliani Capital Advisors, JP Morgan, Cerberus, Wharton Business School, London Business School, Kellogg, Booth, Stern (NYU), and Cornell. Prior to founding Wall Street Prep, Matan served in several capacities on Wall Street — first as an Analyst in Chase Manhattan Bank's Mergers & Acquisitions Group in New York, and subsequently as an Associate within JP Morgan's Equity Research Group, covering Food & Drug Retail Equities.
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17. Real Estate (REIT) Modeling
Wall Street Prep
8 hrs 21 mins
$339
Course OverviewThis course is designed to teach REIT modeling to students and professionals pursuing a career in finance, with a specific focus on analyzing REITs. First, we will learn about the REIT industry's unique drivers and challenges. We will then build REIT financial and valuation models from scratch, using a step-by-step approach for an actual company, BRE Properties. Along the way, we will cover modeling best practices for same store properties, acquisitions, developments, and dispositions. In addition, we will model and deconstruct critical REIT profit metrics like FFO, AFFO, and CAD. The second part of the course will involve valuation modeling, with a focus on the Net Asset Value (NAV) approach. Instructor - Matan FeldmanMatan Feldman is Wall Street Prep’s Founder and Managing Partner. His responsibilities include business development, development of courses, and overseeing training programs. Matan has overseen training programs for clients including Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, Raymond James, Stifel Nicolaus, FBR Capital Markets, Sagent Advisors, Giuliani Capital Advisors, JP Morgan, Cerberus, Wharton Business School, London Business School, Kellogg, Booth, Stern (NYU), and Cornell. Prior to founding Wall Street Prep, Matan served in several capacities on Wall Street — first as an Analyst in Chase Manhattan Bank's Mergers & Acquisitions Group in New York, and subsequently as an Associate within JP Morgan's Equity Research Group, covering Food & Drug Retail Equities.
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Australian Insurance Law Update Q1 (2017) 1 CPD Unit
CPD forMe
1 hr
A$60 + GST
Insurance update December/January 2016/7 Covering Section 54, Section 45, policy interpretation and recommended changes to direct proceedings against insurers. Recorded March 2017 Key Learning Outcomes: Operation of ICA section 54 and its use for contribution between insurers; Operation of ICA Section 45, Interpretation of different policies and scope of coverage; and Recommended change to direct proceeding against insurer1 CPD Unit = 1 Hour Self Study (check with your Professional Body)
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5. Crash Course in Bonds and Debt
Wall Street Prep
6 hrs 15 mins
$84
 Course Overview This course will teach you all about bonds. First, we'll take a look at the role of bonds in financing governments, corporations, households and financial institutions around the world. Next, we'll dive into bond math. You'll learn the various calculations and concepts required to accurately analyze the large variety of fixed income products. We'll start slow, but will quickly build up to some of the most traditionally confusing bond concepts: convexity, duration, spot rates, forward rates and the drivers of changes to the all-important yield curve. We conclude with a discussion of credit analysis and an overview of debt capital markets. Enjoy the course!Instructor - Matan Feldman Matan Feldman is Wall Street Prep’s Founder and Managing Partner. His responsibilities include business development, development of courses, and overseeing training programs. Matan has overseen training programs for clients including Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, Raymond James, Stifel Nicolaus, FBR Capital Markets, Sagent Advisors, Giuliani Capital Advisors, JP Morgan, Cerberus, Wharton Business School, London Business School, Kellogg, Booth, Stern (NYU), and Cornell. Prior to founding Wall Street Prep, Matan served in several capacities on Wall Street — first as an Analyst in Chase Manhattan Bank's Mergers & Acquisitions Group in New York, and subsequently as an Associate within JP Morgan's Equity Research Group, covering Food & Drug Retail Equities.
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Professional Indemnity vs Public Liability in Australia (2017) 1 CPD Unit
CPD forMe
1 hr
A$60 + GST
This webinar will exploring the circumstances in which a professional indemnity policy instead of a public liability policy will respond to a loss and various methods of policy construction. The presentation debunks some of the myths in the area, including around the Newcastle City Council v GIO decision. Recorded March 2017 Key Learning Outcomes Which policy responds Rules of policy construction Bring you up to speed on the recent case law1 CPD Unit = 1 Hour Self Study (check with your Professional Body)
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Demystifying Proximate Cause (2017) 1 CPD Unit
CPD forMe
1 hr
A$60 + GST
A question which claims officers and underwriters address daily is “What caused the loss for which indemnity is sought?” This is a question which claims officers and underwriters address daily. On the face of it, that seems a fairly easy question to answer. However, in this webinar you will see that it may not be as straight forward as you may think. And it is important that the question is answered correctly because otherwise a claim that should be paid will be rejected, or a claim that should be rejected will be paid. This webinar is about the technique used to answer that question correctly, proximate cause. Recorded March 2017 Key Learning Outcomes The role of causation in insurance The importance of determining the proximate cause; How to determine what the proximate cause is; and What to do if there is more than one proximate cause.1 CPD Unit = 1 Hour Self Study (check with your Professional Body)
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The NSW Compensation System: how to work successfully with the legislative amendments and the current policy (2017) 1 CPD Unit
CPD forMe
1 hr
A$60 + GST
This session aims to provide a reflection on the New South Wales workers’ compensation system, with particular emphasis on how to work successfully with the myriad legislative amendment and current policy. Employer responsibilities, and the importance of early intervention and effective management of injured workers with a view to encouraging a successful return to work outcome will be discussed. There will also be general discussion regarding the course a claim for workers compensation will take when it is disputed and referred to the Workers Compensation Commission for dispute resolution Recorded March 2017 Key Learning Outcomes Learning outcomes are: An introduction to the workers compensation system in NSW, Fundamental housekeeping relevant to claims for workers compensation, Effective management, rehabilitation and return to work of injured workers, and The envisaged course of a disputed claim for workers compensation.   1 CPD Unit = 1 Hour Self Study (check with your Professional Body)
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Understanding Financial Controls
Elearning WMB
45 mins
£15
Course Overview The nature of financial controls is examined, highlighting how the P&L, balance sheet and cashflow statements work. Target Audience Business and corporate Learning Objectives Understanding Financial ControlsHow does a balance sheet work?What does a P&L do?What is a cash flow statement? Duration 45 Minutes
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16. Restructuring Modeling
Wall Street Prep
5 hrs 54 mins
$339
Course OverviewThis course is designed to teach restructuring and bankruptcy modeling to students and professionals pursuing careers in restructuring, bankruptcy and distress. Using the Borders bankruptcy as our primary case study, we begin with an overview of the restructuring and bankruptcy framework. Then we will learn to build an advanced bankruptcy model from scratch, incorporating bankruptcy specific elements like DIP financing, the creation of liabilities subject to compromise, working capital drivers, cancellation of debt income, and Fresh Start accounting.  We conclude the course with valuation analysis and a recovery analysis, where we will layer various valuation scenarios onto the model to analyze possible recoveries to the various creditors. Instructor - Matan FeldmanMatan Feldman is Wall Street Prep’s Founder and Managing Partner. His responsibilities include business development, development of courses, and overseeing training programs. Matan has overseen training programs for clients including Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, Raymond James, Stifel Nicolaus, FBR Capital Markets, Sagent Advisors, Giuliani Capital Advisors, JP Morgan, Cerberus, Wharton Business School, London Business School, Kellogg, Booth, Stern (NYU), and Cornell. Prior to founding Wall Street Prep, Matan served in several capacities on Wall Street — first as an Analyst in Chase Manhattan Bank's Mergers & Acquisitions Group in New York, and subsequently as an Associate within JP Morgan's Equity Research Group, covering Food & Drug Retail Equities.
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7. Excel Crash Course
Wall Street Prep
8 hrs
$33
 Course Overview For finance professionals, proficiency in Excel is a fundamental part of the job description. Whether you currently work in Excel at a beginner or intermediate level, this course will take you to the next level and turn you into an advanced "power" user. We'll start with the basics before we quickly introduce you to lesser known time-saving keyboard shortcuts and powerful Excel functions and features that you can immediately put to use on the job. The only way to learn Excel is by doing, so you'll be completing Excel exercises alongside the instructor at every step of the way.Instructor - Matan Feldman Matan Feldman is Wall Street Prep’s Founder and Managing Partner. His responsibilities include business development, development of courses, and overseeing training programs. Matan has overseen training programs for clients including Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, Raymond James, Stifel Nicolaus, FBR Capital Markets, Sagent Advisors, Giuliani Capital Advisors, JP Morgan, Cerberus, Wharton Business School, London Business School, Kellogg, Booth, Stern (NYU), and Cornell. Prior to founding Wall Street Prep, Matan served in several capacities on Wall Street — first as an Analyst in Chase Manhattan Bank's Mergers & Acquisitions Group in New York, and subsequently as an Associate within JP Morgan's Equity Research Group, covering Food & Drug Retail Equities.
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Monitor and control - review and evaluate finances
Interaction Training
1 hr
A$60 + GST
Financial planning needs to reflect the strategic direction that an organisation intends to go. It is imperative that the right drivers are measured to ensure the business is on track. While this course is focused on the planning and management of the financial aspect of the business, often non-financial indicators will be used to monitor and control income and expenses in specific areas. 
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3. Analyzing Financial Reports
Wall Street Prep
3 hrs
$33
Course Overview Combined with a foundation in accounting, financial statement analysis, and corporate finance, understanding how to navigate financial reports is an important part of effective financial analysis. Investment professionals live and breathe these seemingly daunting documents, and the more documents you see, the more manageable they begin to feel. Using real reports, we will review the structure and composition of some of the most commonly used financial filings, and will specifically pay attention to sections and disclosures that are most relevant for typical financial analyses. Good luck and enjoy the program!Instructor - Matan Feldman Matan Feldman is Wall Street Prep’s Founder and Managing Partner. His responsibilities include business development, development of courses, and overseeing training programs. Matan has overseen training programs for clients including Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, Raymond James, Stifel Nicolaus, FBR Capital Markets, Sagent Advisors, Giuliani Capital Advisors, JP Morgan, Cerberus, Wharton Business School, London Business School, Kellogg, Booth, Stern (NYU), and Cornell. Prior to founding Wall Street Prep, Matan served in several capacities on Wall Street — first as an Analyst in Chase Manhattan Bank's Mergers & Acquisitions Group in New York, and subsequently as an Associate within JP Morgan's Equity Research Group, covering Food & Drug Retail Equities.
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Financial literacy for managers
Interaction Training
1 hr
A$60 + GST
In this course, we investigate financial literacy for managers, including cash flow, how correctly record income and expenditure, the range of taxes that apply to organisations and the reporting requirements for both taxes and decision making. 
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Plan and implement financial management approaches
Interaction Training
1 hr
A$60 + GST
This course looks at how to manage the selection, currency and accuracy of the financial data presented.  We will learn about the internal and external reporting requirements that organisations must meet and we will introduce the skills and knowledge required to prepare and understand reports that satisfy internal and external requirements. 
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1. Accounting Crash Course
Wall Street Prep
7 hrs
$33
Course Overview This course is designed to efficiently teach accounting to students and professionals embarking on careers in finance. The course is written in a clear, easy-to-follow style that makes accounting accessible, and is filled with exercises that test and reinforce covered concepts. We begin with an analysis of accounting rules and the structure and composition of key financial filings like 10Ks and 10Qs. We introduce the income statement, balance sheet, cash flow statement, and thoroughly analyze their important inter-relationships, line-by-line, all the while using real life examples to reinforce important concepts. The course concludes with a discussion of ratio analysis.Instructor  - Matan FeldmanMatan Feldman is Wall Street Prep’s Founder and Managing Partner. His responsibilities include business development, development of courses, and overseeing training programs. Matan has overseen training programs for clients including Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, Raymond James, Stifel Nicolaus, FBR Capital Markets, Sagent Advisors, Giuliani Capital Advisors, JP Morgan, Cerberus, Wharton Business School, London Business School, Kellogg, Booth, Stern (NYU), and Cornell. Prior to founding Wall Street Prep, Matan served in several capacities on Wall Street — first as an Analyst in Chase Manhattan Bank's Mergers & Acquisitions Group in New York, and subsequently as an Associate within JP Morgan's Equity Research Group, covering Food & Drug Retail Equities.
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SAP HANA Simple Finance
Jittesh Purrohit
1 hr
$50
SAP Financial Accounting as the term suggests upgrades finance management in enterprises. Finance is the most critical part of every business and this aims at the perfect management of finance. It becomes stressful and complex to manage the entire financial accounting part by man-power. Therefore, SAP FI module has emerged as a popular module successfully implemented in organizations. SAP financial accounting module comes with a package that helps organizations in handling financial needs and accounting activities. It allows one to review the financial status of an organization in real time market .
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SAP Bank Communications Management
Jittesh Purrohit
1 hr
$50
SAP Bank Communication Management is used for managing multiple bank communication interfaces, enabling you to connect to your bank, track the entire payment life cycle of a transaction, and improve straight-through processing rates and internal compliance. Bank Communication Management is also responsible for the creation and approval of batches, the payment status monitor, and the bank statement monitor.
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Implied volatility | Finance & Capital Markets | Khan Academy
Khan Academy
Created by Sal Khan.Missed the previous lesson? Watch here:https://www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain/core-finance/derivative-securities/black-scholes/v/introduction-to-the-black-scholes-formula?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=financeandcapitalmarketsFinance and capital markets on Khan Academy: Interest is the basis of modern capital markets. Depending on whether you are lending or borrowing, it can be viewed as a return on an asset (lending) or the cost of capital (borrowing). This tutorial gives an introduction to this fundamental concept, including what it means to compound. It also gives a rule of thumb that might make it easy to do some rough interest calculations in your head.About Khan Academy: Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. We've also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content.For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnythingSubscribe to Khan Academy’s Finance and Capital Markets channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ1Rt02HirUvBK2D2-ZO_2g?sub_confirmation=1Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
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