Actuarial Science Training - Core Technical - Financial Reporting (CT 2)

Actuarial Sciences

This course is helpful for students aspiring to take Actuarial science exams from Institute of Actuaries of India (IAI) or Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (UK) and even from Society of Actuaries (US). Actuarial science uses mathematical and statistical methods to assess risk in insurance, finance and other industries and professions. Actuarial Analyst is one of the most sought after professions in the current job Market. CT2 - Financial Reporting is one of the important Actuary exams in the journey towards becoming an Actuary. The curriculum covers the different aspects of Financial Reports and Financial Statements.

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Provide a basic understanding of corporate finance.

Understanding instruments used by companies to raise finance and manage financial risk.

Interpret the accounts and financial statements of companies


To be an Actuary, a good Understanding of different aspects of Financial Reports is a necessity.

Course curriculum - Financial Reporting

Key Financial Terms Finance vs. Real Resources Key Stakeholders Capital markets
Agency Theory Shareholder Wealth Maximization Sole Trader Partnerships
Limited Companies Loans Share capital Authorized vs. Issued
Private vs. Public Firm Hire purchase Credit Sale Leasing
Bank Loan Overdrafts Trade Credit Factoring
Bills of Exchange Commercial Paper Personal Taxation Capital Gains tax
Company Taxation Double taxation relief Financial Instruments Debentures
Unsecured Loan Euro bonds Preference shares Ordinary Shares
Convertible Loans Convertible preference shares Warrants Floating rate notes
Subordinated debt Options Financial Futures Employee Stock Options
Interest rate swaps Currency Swaps Offer for sale Offer for subscription
Placing Scrip issue Rights issue Capital Structure
Market Valuation Dividend Policy Share buybacks Cost of Capital
WACC Project evaluation methods Probability trees Certainty Equivalents
Simulation Required rate of return Financial Institutions Central banks
Exchanges Investment Banks Clearing Banks Building Societies
Investment trusts Unit Trusts Investment Management Firms Self-administered pension funds
Life Insurance firms General Insurance Firms Construction of Accounts Annual Reports
Accounting Concepts Balance sheet Income Statement Comprehensive Income
Cash flow statement Insurance company accounts Subsidiary Associate Company
Consolidated Accounts Goodwill Depreciation Share capital
Retained earnings Gearing Priority Percentages Interest cover
Asset Cover Interest rate movements P/E Ratio Dividend Yield
EBIDTA Net Earnings per share Profitability ratios Liquidity ratios
Efficiency Ratios Historical cost Limitations Manipulation of statements
Viability of capital project Choice of discount rate Leverage and Risk Risk identification
Probability of occurrence Distribution of Financial Outcomes Capital Projects financial risk

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