CFA - CFA Level 1 Accounting Course

This training includes Financial Statement (Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Cash Flows), Ratio Analysis and Income Tax
  • Lectures 122
  • Video 12 Hours
  • Skill level all level
  • Languages English
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Course Description

CFA Program Credentials

>>CFA Program is a professional credential offered by the CFA Institute (formerly AIMR) to investment & financial professionals and students

>> The CFA Program Certification has three different Levels CFA Level I, CFA Level II and CFA Level III

>> Level I exam is available in June & December each year. Level II & III exams are available in June each year.

>> CFA Program charter holder membership requirements are 48 months of acceptable professional work experience and passing the Level I, Level II, and Level III exams

>> Global Recognition: With a six-decade history of maintaining a rigorous focus on globally relevant investment knowledge, the CFA Program is the most widely known and respected investment credential in the world.

>> Career Advantage: Employers recognize the CFA Program charter as the definitive standard by which to measure the competence, integrity, and dedication of serious Finance Professionals.

>> Practical Skills: The CFA Program curriculum focuses on the practical knowledge and current real-world skills necessary in the global investment management profession. These skills are immediately useful on the job.

>> Community: Earning the CFA Program charter places you in the company of an elite group of more than 90,000 respected investment professionals. Access to their collective expertise, networks, and resources is an invaluable asset. Source CFA Institute Website.

>> To get the charter: Four years of qualified, professional work experience, in addition to passing the level I CFA exam, Level II CFA exam and Level III CFA exam

Structure

>> The curriculum for the CFA program is based on a Candidate Body Of Knowledge established by CFA Institute. The curriculum comprises the topic areas below, and there are three exams (levels) that test the academic portion

>> All three levels have a strong emphasis on Ethics, while the material differences among the exams are:

>> CFA Level I Exam has a strong emphasis on Financial Reporting and Analysis(20%), Ethics(15%) , Quantitative Methods(12%), Fixed Income(12%) and Economics(10%)

>> CFA Level II Exam covers a significantly larger syllabus and focuses more on Equity Investments(20-30%) and Financial Reporting and Analysis(15-25%)

>> CFA Level III Exam is largely essay-based and focuses more on Portfolio Management(45-55%) and Fixed Income Securities(10-20%)

CFA Exam

Examination Type

Level

Style

No of Questions

Duration

I

Multiple Choice

240

6 hrs

II

Multiple choice vignette style

120

6 hrs

III

50% essay type, 50% multiple choice

60

6 hrs

Examination Syllabus

Topic Area

Level I

Level II

Level III

Ethical and Professional Standards (total)

15

10

10

Quantitative Methods

12

5-10

0

Economics

10

5-10

0

Financial Reporting and Analysis

20

15-25

0

Corporate Finance

8

5-15

0

Investment Tools (total)

50

30-60

0

Equity Investments

10

20-30

5-15

Fixed Income

12

5-15

10-20

Derivatives

5

5-15

5-15

Alternative Investments

3

5-15

5-15

Asset Classes (total)

30

35-75

35-45

Portfolio Management and Wealth Planning (total)

5

5-15

45-55

Total

100

100

100

Eligibility Criteria

>> Minimum Eligibility: A final year graduate can appear for the Level I CFA exam.

>> Candidates for the CFA Program include students entering the investment field, professionals increasing their expertise and marketability, and people making a career change into the investment profession from other disciplines. Source CFA Institute Website

FEES & Registrations

Dec 2013 Level I CFA Exam

Payment deadlines

Program enrollment (new candidates only)*

+

Exam registration**

=

Total cost

13 March

$440

+

$680

=

$1120

21 August

$440

+

$780

=

$1220

18 September

$530

+

$1055

=

$1585

*A candidate pays the Program enrollment fees only once. **The exam registration fees also include the complete curriculum and one mock exam per level. Top of Form

Returning candidates do not need to pay the program enrollment fee.

You can register here for CFA Certification exam at CFA Institute.

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The high point about the CBA's CFA® program is its faculty, own study material, finest quality, and practicality towards teaching. This CFA Level I Study Plan & Material is a step-by-step program with Videos and Study Materials designed to suit engineers, commerce graduates, MBAs as well as working professionals. Each session has key concept discussions, lecture notes, practice questions and exam specific tips and tricks.

This module of CFA Level I Preparatory guide covers the most important part of CFA Level I Exam "Financial Reporting and Analysis", popularly known as Accounting Module of CFA. This module has a weight-age of 20% in the Exam.

Take this CFA Preparatory Course on Accounting Module now and learn CFA Level I study plan & material.

Note: This course being the Accounting module of CFA Level I, The Financial Accounting Part 1 and Financial Accounting part 2 courses provided by eduCBA are also parts of this course.


Instructor: Mr. Dheeraj V. (CFA, FRM, IIML, IITD)

Dheeraj, A financial wizard, His relentless pursuit of knowledge and financial acumen has made him one of the most sought after individual in the training circles. He was associated with J.P Morgan Chase Equity Research Group as an analyst and later moved to CLSA India (Asia’s #1 Broking Firm) in the field of Equity Research and Investment Banking domain.

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What are the requirements?

  • Minimum Eligibility: The candidate should be a graduate or in Final Year of graduation to pursue CFA Level I Exam

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 122 lectures and 11.5 hours of content!
  • Our goal is to help you clear the CFA Level I Exam conducted by CFA Institute.
  • After doing this course one will have more conceptual clarity on the subject and will be more competent in attempting the exam

What is the target audience?

  • Anyone appearing for CFA Level I Exam in future

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
07:45
This video gives you an outline of:- 1. what are the benefits of doing CFA 2. What are we going to learn from this entire course 
Section 2: Financial Statement Analysis An Introduction
3 pages

This Document gives an Introduction to Accounting with the help of Kartik Case Study.

03:16

In this video we will learn about :- 1. What is accounting 2. What are the main purpose of financial statements 3. Learning of business cycle using an example

02:16
In this video we will learn about :- 1.What is business cycle and understand how do we earn money from this fast track Inc. 2.In what ways can Kartik use the profit  and the accounting terms associated with it 3.Why do we use financial statements
09:31
In this video using Kartik case study we will learn about :- 1. What is income statement & Jargons associated with income statement 2. When revenue is recognized and its accounting effect 3.When expense is recognized and its accounting effect 4.When Interest expense is recognized and its accounting effect 5. How to prepare the consolidated income statement
07:47

In this video we will learn about :- 1. What is balance sheet & Jargons associated with balance sheet 2. The concept of debit and credit 3. How to give the effect and various standard associated with it i.e. a. Cash & common stock b. Purchase of vehicle 4. Concept of depreciation

09:53

In this video we will learn about how to give the effect and also various standard associated with it i.e. a. Prepaid expense b. Raising debt c. Inventory d. unearned revenue

06:24

In this video we will learn about :-1. How to consolidate the Income statement 2. How to consolidate the Balance sheet 3. What is the missing link to complete the Balance sheet 4.The key points one should know about balance sheet

05:20
In this video we will learn about :- 1.What is cash flow statement  & Jargons associated with  cash flow statement 2. How to prepare cash flow statement 3. How to link the missing balance of balance sheet from cash flow statement .
Financial Statement Analysis An Introduction
6 questions
Section 3: Income Statement
06:49

In this video we are going to learn about :- 1. Difference between financial year and Fiscal year. 2. Reasons for a company choosing a different year from a Calendar year. 3. We will see some examples of countries and companies following calendar year and fiscal year respectively.

08:28

In this video we are going to learn about- 1. Income statement format 2. Difference between gross sales and net sales 3.Concept of Cost of Goods sold, Gross Profit, Selling, General and administrative cost, EBITDA, depreciation and amortization, EBIT, Interest income,i nterest expense, EBT,Taxes and PAT

02:38

In this video tutorial we are going to learn the importance of Gross Profit, EBITDA, EBIT and PAT

09:18

In this video we are going to discuss :- 1. How the non-recurring items are included in the income statement? 2. We will also discuss about :- a. Unusual or infrequent items b. Discontinued operations c. Extraordinary items

03:07

In this video we are going to discuss about meaning and the accounting of changes in the accounting estimates and Principles

03:17

Here we will see some final remarks with respect to :- 1. Discontinued operations 2. Changes in the accounting principles 3. Changes in the accounting estimates

11:31

In this video we will learn :-1. The principles regarding revenue recognition 2. We will look at the conditions and guidelines provided by the FASB and SEC to recognize revenue in Income statement. 3. Understand the Long term contracts (LTC) 4. How LTC are recognized and their workings using Percentage completion method and Completed contract method of revenue recognition with practical examples.

06:23

In this video we will learn about :- 1. The revenue recognition in long term contracts using the Installment method 2. How it is implemented using practical example 3. How and when is the Cost recovery method of revenue recognition used.

10:47

In this video we are going to learn :- 1. What is depreciation expense 2. The depreciation policies followed by different companies 3. It explains the depreciation methods such as the Straight line method and Accelerated method of depreciation with its calculation in a practical example.

Income Statement
4 questions
Section 4: Income Statement - Colgate
11:06

In this video we are going to study :- 1. Application of income statement in a live format taking a case study of Colgate. 2. Key elements of income statement, its analyst friendly format, Separating the recurring and non-recurring items. 3.Process of Downloading annual report of Colgate

03:17

In this video we are going to :- 1. Find the EBITDA value for Colgate 2. How to line up items of the income statement of Colgate.

02:41

In this video we are going to discuss about :- 1. Formatting of the income statement according to analyst friendly format and international standards 2. Bifurcations of recurring and non-recurring items.

04:59

In this video we are going to understand :- 1. How to identify elements of non-recurring items that are included in the income statement. 2. We will also understand what is Gross profit under GAAP and non-GAAP Format

07:13

In this video we are going to understand about identification of the non recurring items and their adjustments in the income statement .

03:35

In this video we are going to learn how to compare the before adjustment margin and after adjustment margin of various items of the income statement

Section 5: Balance Sheet
03:55

In this video we will learn:- 1. Basic concept of a balance sheet. 2. What are Current assets, Long term assets 3. What are Current liabilities, long term liabilities

Balance Sheet
3 questions
Section 6: Current Assets
01:57

In this videos we will understand :-1. what are current assets? 2. Various types of currents assets like cash and cash equivalents , Accounts Receivables, Inventories, Prepaid Expenses etc.

03:31

In this video we will discuss :- 1. Cash and cash equivalents in much more detail 2. What are the reasons for a Company to hold large amount of cash?

06:06
In this video we will discuss example of some companies to determine if their cash and cash equivalents are high or low.
01:51

In this video we are going to discuss :- 1. The concept of Accounts receivables 2. What is meant by allowance for bad debt

10:47

In this video we are going to learn :- 1. How the allowances are accounted for in the annual report 2. How to create an income statement, balance sheet and cash flows for the same.

03:03

In this video we are going to understand :- 1. The concept of Inventory 2. Concept of Raw Material, Work-in-Process, Finished Goods Inventory. 3. What is Goods sold FOB (Free on Board) Destination and Goods sold FOB (Free on Board) Shipping Point

02:08

In this case study of Car manufacturing we will identify 1. Whether certain items of car manufacturing are classified as inventory or not 2. If it is classified as inventory then under which type does it fall i.e. raw material, work-in-progress or finished good inventory

05:53

This video explains the: 1) Concept of Lower of the Cost/Market (LCM). 2) Reflection of the price change (up/down scenario) in the Income statement, Balance Sheet and Cash flow statement.

02:27
This video discusses the Inventories in Colgate-Palmolive Company reported in the 10-K annual report of 2012
08:42

In This video we will discuss the Inventory accounting i.e. :- 1. How inventory is expense in the COGS in Income statement 2. Understand the BASE equation 3. Learn the three methods of inventory valuation i.e. Last in First out (LIFO), First in First out (FIFO) and Weighted Average.

03:00
This video will summarize the three inventory valuation methodology  viz LIFO, FIFO, Weighted average calculations and also a comparison between their COGS and Ending inventory.
02:24
This video will explain about 1. The concept of Prepaid expenses 2. How these expenses are recorded in the financial statements.
01:40
This video will discuss about the other current assets in Colgate-Palmolive company and also the additional information that has been provided on it in the Annual report
Current Assets
4 questions
Section 7: Financial Reporting Standards
07:42

This video discusses about the:- 1) Need for standardization in reporting of financial statements. 2) Entities that ensure the compliance to the standards. 3) The filing requirements at one of those entities such as SEC has been discussed briefly.

Financial Reporting Standards
6 questions
Section 8: Current Liabilties
02:19
This video explains about 1. The concept of Current liabilities. 2. Various kinds of current liabilities such as Accounts payable, Other accrued liabilities, Short term debt, Current maturities of long term debt and Unearned revenue with their meaning briefly.
04:52
This video will explain the various components of current liabilities seen in Colgate Palmolive company and it will discuss the additional information provided on each one of them in the annual report.
Section 9: Long Term Assets
07:52
In this video tutorial we will learn about the types of Long term assets which are broadly divided as 1. Tangible assets 2. Natural resources 3. Intangible assets 4. Long term investments.
06:38

In this video we will learn about :- 1.What is the different terms like brand value, reputation known in accounting language 2.Do we need to really record in accounts?

01:53

In this video we will learn about :-1. How to find out goodwill for the company using pooling method

09:18

In this video we will learn about :- 1. How to find out goodwill for the company using purchase method

03:56

In this video we will learn about :- 1. What is meant by impairment of goodwill? 2. What is accounting entry for impairment goodwill?

03:03

In this video we will learn about :- 1. What is long term investment? 2. At what price is it recorded in the balance sheet

07:32

In this video we will learn about :- 1. What are the different financial instrument that we will see in the Balance sheet? 2. In how many types are these financial instruments are classified ? 3. At what price will this different type of financial instrument be recorded in the balance sheet? 4. What will be recorded in the income statement?

02:57

In this video we will learn using an example that at the price the financial instrument will be recorded in the balance sheet under 3 types :- 1. Held to maturity 2. Available for sale 3. Trading securities

Long Term Assets
7 questions
Section 10: Long Term Liabilities
05:52

In this video we will learn about :- 1. What is meant by long term liabilities? 2. How long term liabilities are classified? 3. What are the different types of bond?

03:28

In this video we will learn about :- 1.What is the risk profile of different long term liabilities ? 2.Where ideally should an investor invest i.e. either in investment grade financial instrument or non - investment grade? 3.Why there is an inverse relationship between the price and the rating of a bond i.e. lower the rating higher the price or vice-versa?

Long Term Liabilities
3 questions
Section 11: Shareholder's Equity
06:40

In this video we are going to learn about: 1. What is long term Liabilities 2. What is Share holder Equity. 3. Types of Share. 4. Bifurcation of Equity Per Share

04:31
In this Video  we are going to learn about: 1. How to calculate the Par Value and Additional Paid In Capital of a stock 2.What is Meant by Authorized Capital 3.What is Meant by Issued Capital?
04:49
In this Video we are going to learn about: 1.What is  Treasury Stock 2.Usually when do a company go for a buy back 3.Effect on the shareholder Equity in Balance Sheet.
04:31
In this Video we are going to learn about: 1. What is Retained Earning 2. Effect of the retained earning in Shareholder Equity in Balance Sheet. 3. What is Dividend?
06:31
In this Video we are going to learn about: 1. The concept of accumulated comprehensive income using an example
03:59
In this Video we are going to learn about: 1. What is Preference Shares. 2. Feature of preference Shares. 3. Type of Preference share. 4. Effect of preference shares  on the shareholders Equity in Balance Sheet
03:09
In this Video with the help of an example i.e. MacDonald's Balance Sheet we will learn about how the different lined up item of Shareholder's Equity have flowed
02:35
In this Video we are going to learn about: 1. What is Dividends 2. About three type of dividend that is Cash Dividend, Stock Dividend and Property Dividend.
05:33
In this Video we are going to learn about: 1. What is Cash Dividend 2. What are the accounting effects of the cash dividend that one needs to make 3. What is Property Dividend 4.What are the accounting effects of the property dividend that one needs to make?
03:38
In this Video we are going to learn about: 1. What is Stock Dividend with help of an Example. 2. Stock Divided into two part i.e. Small and Large Percentage Stock Dividends. 3. How Accounting Entries are to be made in balance Sheet.
05:42

In this video we are going to learn about: 1. How do we calculate and give the effect in case of small percentage of stock dividend with help of an example. 2. How do we calculate and give the effect in case of large percentage of stock dividend with the help of an example.

03:07

In this video we are going to learn about: 1. What is Stock Split 2. How do we calculate and give the effects in case of stock split with the help of an example

Section 12: Earnings Per Share
05:30

In this video we will learn about :- 1) What is EPS, 2) Why this is important 3)Types of EPS-Basic EPS ,Diluted EPS 4) How do we calculate EPS

05:00
In this video we will learn about the calculation of EPS with the help of an example
03:50
In this video we will learn about the calculation of weighted average shares with the help of an example
05:36

In this video tutorial we will learn with the help of an example how to calculate weighted average shares with respect to 1. Stock dividend 2. Stock split

02:40

In this video we will learn about 1. Company structure and their types. 2. Meaning and Difference between simple structure and complex structure

03:31
In this video we will learn about 1.The dilutive or convertible security 2. Features of preferred convertible shares
05:39

In this video we will learn 1) How to calculate basic EPS 2) How to calculate Dilutive EPS with the help of an example

06:42
In this video we will learn about 1. Methods for convertible security to check whether it is dilutive or antidilutive 2.Meaning of Dilutive impact 3.What is meant by Anti-Dilutive impact.
05:17
In this video we will learn about :-1 Concept of Convertible debt 2.Understanding of convertible debt with respect to EPS with the help of an example
04:57
In this video we will learn to calculate 1.Basic EPS with respect to convertible debt 2. Dilutive EPS with respect to convertible debt
05:58
In this video we will learn about 1.Understanding the convertible debt 2. Methods for checking whether security is dilutive or antidilutive
06:40
In this video we will learn about 1. What are stock option 2. What is ESOP 3. Key concepts such as strike price, market price, wasting period, in the money option, out the money option
03:46
In this video we will learn about 1.What is Treasury stock method. 2. Understanding of treasury method with the help of an example
04:25

In this video we will learn to calculate using treasury stock method 1. Basic EPS 2. Diluted EPS

07:42

In this video we will learn to calculate basic EPS and diluted EPS with the help of a comprehensive example.

Earnings Per Share
2 questions
Section 13: Cash Flows
07:24

In this video we are going to understand 1. What are cash flow statements. 2. What is accrual method of accounting and matching principle of expenses. 3. How the cash flow statements are useful to an analyst. 4. Study the three bifurcations of the cash flows i.e. operating, investing and financing activities. 5. What are cash inflows and outflows.

06:12
In this video we will understand:- 1. The direct method of calculations for cash flow from operating activities. 2.Understand the accrual method of accounting with help of an Income Statement 3. Learn how the items like accounts receivables, accounts payables, accrued expenses, interest payable, taxes payables  are included in the balance sheet.
09:42

In this video we will understand:-1. How to find the cash position of the company by applying the inter-relationship between the income statement and balance sheet. 2. Learn how COGS cash is found. 3. Understand the relation between liabilities and its effect on cash inflow or outflow.

07:50

In this video we will learn:- 1. To calculate cash flow from operations using Direct method with help of an example. 2. To calculate Cash receipts, Cash payments, Cash expense and Taxes in cash.

05:43

In this video we will understand:- 1.The indirect method of finding the cash flow from operations. 2. Understand the difference between the direct and indirect method of calculation with the help of an Income statement and balance sheet . 3. Study the steps involved in the indirect method calculations.

05:28

In this video we will understand:- 1. How the indirect method is used for calculating the cash flows from operations with the help of an example. 2. Study the steps involved in calculations for indirect method in detail.

08:15

In this video we will discuss about:- 1. Cash Flows from Investments in detail. 2. Understand how to find the amount that was invested in Purchasing the Fixed assets. 3. Understand the calculations that are involved in Sale of Fixed assets.

01:01

In this video of cash flows from Financing activities we will study:- 1. What are Debt related Financing Activities? 2. What are Equity related Financing Activities?

08:17

In this video we will find out :- 1. The cash flows from operations using the Direct method with help of an Income statement and Balance sheet. 2.Learn to calculate the Cash, receipts and cash expense due to COGS, wages and interest

03:50

In this video we will :- 1. Continue our discussions on calculating cash flows from operations using the direct method. 2. Learn to calculate the cash expense due to taxes 3. Complete the calculations for cash flows from operations using the direct method.

06:02

In this Video we will :-1. Find out the Cash flows from operations using the Indirect method with help of an Income statement and Balance sheet. 2. Learn to calculate using indirect method by applying the four steps of calculations.

04:16

In this video we will understand :-1. The method of calculating the cash flows from Investments. 2. The calculations involved in finding the Purchase of fixed assets and Sale of Land.

03:08

In this video we will understand :- 1. The method of calculating the cash flows from Financing activities with the help of an Income statement and Balance sheet. 2. How Dividends, common stock and bonds affect the Cash Flows from Financing activities

02:10

In this video we will learn about :- 1. How to complete our calculations of total cash flow impact due to all the three activities like Operations, Investments and Finance. 2. Understanding the cash positions in two years with the help of a balance sheet.

Cash Flows
4 questions
Section 14: Financial Analysis Techniques
07:05
In this video we are going to learn about: 1. The Financial statement analysis and the objective behind them 2. Understand the approaches of FSA such as the Horizontal Analysis and Vertical Analysis in detail.
08:01

This video will explain :- 1. The Horizontal and Vertical analysis of the Income statement taking the example of Colgate-Palmolive company. 2. Analyze the trends seen in the same.

06:37

This video will explain :- 1. The Vertical analysis of the Balance sheet taking the example of Colgate-Palmolive company. 2. Analyze the trends seen in the same.

02:24

In this video tutorial we will learn about :- 1. Analysis of Financial statements using Ratio analysis. 2. Various categories of ratios briefly.

06:24

In this video we are going to learn about :- 1. the Activity ratios in detail 2. Important concept of Cash conversion cycle.

04:37

In this video we will understand 1. The calculation and analysis of the Receivables turnover ratio under activity ratios in detail with an practical example. 2. Learn to calculate the cash collection days in the same.

06:45

In this video using a practical example we will understand the calculation and analysis of :- 1. Inventory turnover ratio and Inventory processing days. 2. Purchase turnover ratio and days payable. 3. Cash conversion cycle.

04:53
This video explains in detail the concept of Cash conversion cycle by comparing the cash conversion days between industries viz. Restaurant and a Manufacturing firm.
Financial Analysis Techniques
6 questions
Section 15: Income Tax
Income Tax
6 questions

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