Finanical Reporting Frameworks;The Consolidated Balance Sheet-the basics;The Consolidated Income Statement and Statement of Changes in Equity; Associates and Joint Ventures; Complex group structures;Aquisitions in the Accounting Period;Disposals in the Accounting Period; Business Reorganisations; Foreign Currency transactions; Cash Flow Statements; Financial Instruments- Disclosure and Presentation-Recognition and Measurement; Financial Reporting in an Environment of Price Changes; The Measurement on Income and Capital; Analysis of Financial Statements-
CIMA Exam Practice Kits consolidate learning by providing an extensive bank of practice questions. Each solution provides an in depth analysis of the correct answer and highlights why the alternatives are incorrect.
CIMA Exam Practice Kits are ideal for students studying independently or attending a tutored revision course. It supplements the Official CIMA Learning Systems and CIMA Revision Cards with a wealth of additional questions and material focused purely on applying what has been learnt to passing the exam.
CIMA Exam Practice Kits help students prepare with confidence for exam day, and to pass first time
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CIMA students taking the Financial Analysis exam
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Paul Rodgers trained as a chartered accountant before working in the computer industry. He subsequently moved into the training sector where he has specialised in financial and management skills for more than seventeen years, whilst keeping in touch with the commercial world as a director of a large training organisation and its publication function.
Clients have included participants from international accountancy practices, banks, government departments plus a wide range of retail and service companies.
Since the introduction of international accounting rules, his skills in this area have been required by numerous organisations preparing for the transition. He also continues to provide a broad spectrum of training as well as undertaking editorial assignments for both professional bodies and private clients. His most recent projects are the establishment of an accountancy division within a leading City based training company and the design of bespoke training courses for the legal sector
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