Drawing upon the advanced expertise of our accounting and analysis team, Capital City Training Ltd delivers a range of training programmes to groups and individuals who wish to expand on their existing knowledge of current accounting standards and how they are applied. 

We also excel in educating our delegates on accounting and taxation matters for various specialist industrial and financial sectors. 

All our training can be delivered in a traditional face-to-face setting if this is your preferred format. However, given the current climate, we have embraced the ease and efficiency that digital platforms bring to companies post-COVID-19, and are pleased to offer an equally robust range of financial accounting courses online via our e-learning platform. 

View our current list of accounting courses and financial analyst courses below, or contact us to discuss your requirements and we will happily develop a tailored programme that meets your training objectives.

Course Name Level Duration More
Core Accounting and Analysis Introductory 3 Days Details
Accounting for M&A Introductory 3 Hours Details
Accounting for Financial Products Introductory 3 Hours Details
The problem with leases…. Accounting under IFRS16 Introductory 1.5 Hours Details

Who should attend?

Our accounting and analysis training courses are suitable for: 

  • Financial analysts
  • Business analysts
  • Managers
  • Directors
  • Accountants
  • Anyone who wants to broaden their knowledge of today’s accounting practices, and/or achieve financial analysis certification

Our accounting training courses

From exploring core financial ratios to navigating mergers and acquisitions, our courses will provide you with a wealth of information on all key topics relating to accounting and financial analysis. If your company has specific training requirements, remember we also design tailored programmes that can be integrated into your existing educational strategy. 

Core Accounting and Analysis (Introductory)

The course aims to teach delegates how to analyse and interpret company accounts. Beginning with fundamental accounting concepts the course then goes on to show delegates how to calculate key operating and performance metrics used in valuation and credit assessment.
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Accounting for M&A (Introductory)

This module covers the accounting for business combinations under the current standard IFRS 3. As well as reviewing the fundamentals of accounting for business investments such as associate and joint ventures, we will carry out a detailed review of merger accounting and specifically the issues surrounding acquisition accounting of subsidiaries in consolidate accounts in M&A transactions.
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Accounting for Financial Products (Introductory)

This module covers accounting for financial instruments, from the perspective of both the issuer and the holder. The gradual move under IAS to Fair Value Accounting and the complexities arising create problems for analysts, particularly those covering financial companies.
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The problem with leases… Accounting under IFRS16

In 2019, IFRC introduced the long-awaited new standard on Lease Accounting. After all this time, bankers, analysts and investors had all got quite used to – and happy with – the standard adjustments we could make to come up with some ‘fit for purpose’ adjusted numbers. And then it all changed…..
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