Advanced Accounting for Investment Banking
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This exercise-intensive course for finance professionals covers frequently encountered areas of accounting you wont find in introductory courses. We start with how financial statements are adjusted by companies and analysts to show "non-GAAP" results. Then we cover deferred taxes and the activities that create them. Next we cover inter-company investments, with a specific focus on the application of the equity method and consolidation method. We finish by addressing accounting issues that emerge from various debt-related activities, like original issue discount, PIKs, and capitalized interest.
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|Section 1: GAAP vs. Non-GAAP|
A Note on Course MaterialsPreview
Introduction & Stock Based CompensationPreview
Nonrecurring Items OverviewPreview
Unusual or Infrequent Items
Non-GAAP Presentation on Financial Statements
Normalizing Earnings Exercise, Part 1
Normalizing Earnings Exercise, Part 2
|Section 2: Deferred Taxes|
Introduction to Deferred Taxes
Deferred Tax Liabilities Exercise, Part 1
Deferred Tax Liabilities, Part 2
Book vs. Tax Basis
Deferred Tax Assets Exercise, Part 1
Deferred Tax Assets Exercise, Part 2
Net Operating Losses (NOLs)
NOL Carrybacks & Valuation Allowance
Presentation of NOLs in Financials
|Section 3: Intercompany Investments|
Introduction to Intercompany Investments
Trading, Available for Sale & Held to Maturity Securities
Equity Method, Part 1
Equity Method, Part 2
Deferred Taxes & Dividends Received Deductions Arising From Equity Investments
Paying in Excess of Book Value Under Equity Method
Paying in Excess of BV Exercise
Consolidation Method & Noncontrolling Interests, Part 1
Consolidation Method & Noncontrolling Interests, Part 2
Consolidation Method & Paying in Excess of BV
|Section 4: Debt Accounting - PIK, Capitalized Interest, OID & OIP|
Introduction & PIK Debt
Original Issue Discount
OID Zero Coupon Exercise
OID With Coupon Exercise
OIP Coupon Exercise
Deferred Taxes Arising from OID & OIP
Deferred Taxes Arising from OID & OIP, Exercise 1
Deferred Taxes Arising from OID & OIP, Exercise 2
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