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in investment banking. We have taught incoming investment bankers all around the world at top institutions and banks.
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The main statement that a company reports to public shareholder for analysis. Analyze how well a company has performed
compared to previous years and the expectations of the company in future years.
Dig down into the revenue line items of a company and the expenses with the production
Learn what items should be added back to the income statement by an analyst to make each year's figures"apples-to-apples"
Diluted shares takes into consideration the convertible debt,warrants and any shares that could dilute the earnings. We will teach you where to look and how to calculate diluted shares & diuted EPS (Earnings Per Share)
Use various ratios to evaluate what trends are important in understanding the historical numbers to create future projections associated with a company's income statement
Understand how much money a company is actually making each quarter and year by breaking down Cash Flow from Operations, Cash Flow from Investing and Cash Flow from Financing.
Get the balance sheet to balance. One of the most complicated things about making a model dynamic without errors is making sure your balance sheet balances.
Calculate the Free Cash Flow of a company's projections by utilizing the DCF valuation. This is the most commonly used and best way to determine an banker's knowledge about valuation.
Learn the calculation to get to an implied stock price by using a discounted cash flow
Evaluate the multiples across an industry or other comparable companies that show similarities to the company being evaluated
Using EBITDA multiplies and growth rates, find the terminal value and overall enterprise value of the company
After calculating the WACC, we will discount back the cash flows using WACC
A view of all valuations to determine an overall reasonable price to be paid or implied stock price for a stock
52 week high and low stock price (if publicly traded)
A valuation technique using similar companies to compare and find a value for a specific company
Analyzing past deal values that were similar to the company being evaluated
Using the implied stock price or EV/EBITDA multiplies by discounting back future cash flows
A tool used by all investment bankers. This is a very expensive subscription that some won't have.
One of the biggest tricks in banking is being efficient with your time. Hotkeys allow bankers to use their keyboard to execute functions without needing to always drag the mouse. This can save seconds which can add up to minutes and eventually hours over the course of a banker's career.
The hotkeys that we will be using will be visually displayed on the screen for you to follow along
We supply you with a hotkeys references guide that you will learn to love
Watch the video above as as example of how much faster hotkeys can make you while using excel
Our program prepares you to compete at the highest level. Technical questions eliminate 80-90% of candidates in investment banking interviewers. You won't be one of them. You will be ready for any question about investment banking technicals that they ask because you took IB Edge. Be ready for questions about the bank, your interests, math questions and banking specifies so that you shine as a candidate.
Prepare for the complicated technical banking questions that are asked in an interview. These questions are used to weed out candidates (typically 80-90%)
Questions will cover the math investment banking types of questions that will be asked during the interview
Know what to say to questions that revolve around your reasons for choosing banking and personality fit
Complete our guide to over 200 interview questions that will make sure you're prepared and ready to land the job
Learn about the companies that are covered in each industry group
Typically called the execution team of the investment bank,these bankers close deals that industry bankers set up by advising clients on strategic acquisitions, mergers, joint ventures, hostile takeovers, buyouts and takeover defense
Consisting of companies relating to consumer products and retail, food and beverages, personal,care products, apparel, luxury goods
Consisting of companies relating to aerospace and defense, business, services, conglomerates, industrials, airlines, automotive, paper, packaging, shipping and logistics
Consisting of companies relating to technology, media and telecom industries, including numerous subsectors such as wireless/cellular, cable and software
Consisting of companies relating to energy, oil, natural gas and power
Consisting of companies relating to pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices and healthcare services