Balance sheet analysis and assessment tools for procurement practitioners

Balance sheet analysis and assessment tools for procurement practitioners

Balance sheet analysis and assessment tools for procurement practitioners

14–17 Abril 2020
O curso está disponível em English

This four-day module explores techniques for assessing a company's balance sheet and other financial statements in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). It seeks to improve the skills of procurement practitioners in evaluating the financial strength of a supplier/contractor at the pre-qualification stage of large-scale procurement operations or public-private partnership arrangements. At the end of the course, participants will be able to analyse companies' financial statements (balance sheets, income statements and cash flow analyses) and work out key financial indicators (R.O.I., R.O.E., R.O.A.) and liquidity indicators (current ratio, quick ratio and working capital/sales), in order to improve managerial decisions in the selection/qualification of financially viable providers of goods, works and services.

Apresentação do curso

This four-day module explores techniques for assessing a company's balance sheet and other financial statements in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). It seeks to improve the skills of procurement practitioners in evaluating the financial strength of a supplier/contractor at the pre-qualification stage of large-scale procurement operations or public-private partnership arrangements. At the end of the course, participants will be able to analyse companies' financial statements (balance sheets, income statements and cash flow analyses) and work out key financial indicators (R.O.I., R.O.E., R.O.A.) and liquidity indicators (current ratio, quick ratio and working capital/sales), in order to improve managerial decisions in the selection/qualification of financially viable providers of goods, works and services.

Perfil dos participantes

Public procurement practitioners; managers and officials from ministries, local government bodies and public expenditure supervisory bodies.

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