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.
Wall Street Prep was founded in 2003 by a group of JP Morgan investment bankers with a simple goal: To make the “investment banking skill-set” available to anyone who wants to learn it. Each year, our innovative courses are used by over 5,000 professionals and students. Over 150 investment banks, private equity firms, and investment funds use Wall Street Prep to train new and experienced analysts and associates. In addition, over 50 business schools, including Wharton, Oxford, INSEAD, LSE, Kellogg, Booth, MIT, and Cornell use Wall Street Prep to better prepare their students for careers in finance.