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Parallel to the prevalent traditional consolidation techniques, a new, easy and understandable technique is introduced to compute the three important and critical values for group accounts. The computation of these values was always an issue for accountants, managers, professors and students. Consolidation process is a presentation of group accounts, where the most technical areas of computation are consolidated goodwill, non-controlling interest and consolidated reserves. When investment is significant resulting in control over the investee firm then investor firm is normally required to prepare consolidated financial statements along with its own financial statements.
Many industrial and emerging markets around the world have witnessed an intense and accelerated process of the consolidation of banks with a view to achieving effective and efficient operations consistent with the best practices of financial services. In Nigeria, the motive of the consolidation exercise was to tackle the crises that engulfed the banks, some of which include mismanagement, fraud, insolvency and under-capitalization. However, the implication of consolidation activity on the financial performance of banks has been one of the defining issues in the consolidation literature that needs to be investigated. This book empirically examines the impact of consolidation on the financial performance of the listed banks in Nigeria. Statistical techniques of data analysis such as bi-variate regression analysis; t-test; the Wilcox-on signed ranked test and descriptive statistics were used. The results show that there is a huge surge in capital availability for banks in Nigeria as a result of consolidation. However, the large amounts of assets placed at the disposal of the management for the operations of the banks in the post consolidation period have not been used efficiently.
The fully update Third Edition of the most trusted book on financial statement analysis Recent financial events have taught us to take a more critical look at the financial disclosures provides by companies. In the Third Edition of Analysis of Financial Statements, Pamela Peterson-Drake and Frank Fabozzi once again team up to provide a practical guide to understanding and interpreting financial statements. Written to reflect current market conditions, this reliable resource will help analysts and investors use these disclosures to assess a company's financial health and risks. Throughout Analysis of Financial Statements, Third Edition, the authors demonstrate the nuts and bolts of financial analysis by applying the techniques to actual companies. Along the way, they tackle the changing complexities in the area of financial statement analysis and provide an up-to-date perspective of new acts of legislation and events that have shaped the field. Addresses changes to U.S. and international accounting standards, as well as innovations in the areas of credit risk models and factor models Includes examples, guidance, and an incorporation of information pertaining to recent events in the accounting/analysis community Covers issues of transparency, cash flow, income reporting, and much more Whether evaluating a company's financial information or figuring valuation for M&A's, analyzing financial statements is essential for both professional investors and corporate finance executives. The Third Edition of Analysis of Financial Statements contains valuable insights that can help you excel at this endeavor.
2006 FASB Statements of Financial Accounting Concepts
Financial statements issued by various organizations are excellent sources that tell us about the investments, expenditures, assets and operations of the firm. However, concluding the financial health of the organization is just not that easy. This is where analysis of these financial statements is required to be able to judge the actual financial position of the organization. The focus of financial analysis is on key figures in the financial statements like Statement of Income (Profit or loss) and Statement of Financial position (Balance sheet) and the relationship that exists between them. Ratio analysis and equity analysis are widely-used tools of financial analysis. While ratio analysis is used to interpret the financial statements so that the strengths and weaknesses of the firm and the current financial position can be determined, equity analysis helps us in deciding whether to invest in a company or not. The book hopes to provide its readers with a clear picture of understanding the financial position of a company and for enabling better investment decisions
Book DescriptionThe Fifth Edition of ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING continues its strong coverage of the topics, its well-known clarity of presentation, and its integrated coverage based on continuous case examples. The text is highly illustrated with complete presentations of worksheets, schedules, and financial statements so that students can see the development of each new topic. Inclusion of all recent FASB and GASB pronouncements provides a current and contemporary text for students preparing for the CPA examination. In the chapters covering consolidation subsequent to the date of combination, the three alternative methods of accounting for the parent’s investment in the subsidiary are presented in each chapter (basic equity) and appendices (cost and fully adjusted equity) to provide the opportunity for adopters, and students, to cover the differences in the methods, and to see how the consolidated financial statements are the same regardless of the method the parent company uses to account for the investment.
2005 FASB Statements of Financial Accounting Concepts
2007 FASB Statements of Financial Accounting Concepts