Financial Analysis and Investigation Training Course in Dubai

BMC Training provides Financial Analysis and Investigation Course in Dubai.There are 6 sessions for the course Financial Analysis and Investigation in Dubai , UAE.

Financial Analysis and Investigation Training in Dubai , UAE

Course Address : Manzil Downtown Hotel - Course Fees : 9500 GBP

City Start Date End Date View
Dubai , UAE 8 - 10 - 2023 19 - 10 - 2023
Dubai , UAE 19 - 11 - 2023 30 - 11 - 2023
Dubai , UAE 10 - 12 - 2023 21 - 12 - 2023
Dubai , UAE 28 - 1 - 2024 8 - 2 - 2024
Dubai , UAE 4 - 2 - 2024 15 - 2 - 2024
Dubai , UAE 17 - 3 - 2024 28 - 3 - 2024

The course outlines of Financial Analysis and Investigation Training in Dubai


  • Apply the framework of financial statements analysis.
  • Demonstrate skills at the foundations of ratio and financial analysis.
  • Carry out company and industry analysis.
  • Implement the process of company evaluation and analysis.
  • Analyse real-life financial statements from companies traded on the world and GCC stock exchanges.
  • Describe the nature of fraud and the fraudster
  • Identify relevant legislation in relation to fraud investigations
  • Identify specialist agencies to support fraud investigations
  • Maximise existing skills within fraud investigations
  • Manage fraud investigations
  • An understanding of how to safely secure and package exhibits recovered in an investigation and label them correctly for continuity and court purposes


Financial Statements and Business Decisions

  • Accounting and Financial Systems
  • Four Key Financial Statements
  • Relationship among the Financial Statements
  • Management Uses of Financial Statements
  • Essential Notes to the Financial Statements

Financial Statement Analysis: An Introduction

  • Role of Financial Reporting and Analysis
  • The Core Financial Statements and the Importance of the Annual Report
  • The Important Role of Notes and Supplementary Information
  • Objective and Types of Audits of Financial Statements
  • Financial Statement Analysis Framework
  • The Accounting Cycle
  • Financial Reporting Mechanics
  • Relationship, Elements and Classification of Financial Statements

Financial Reporting Standards

  • Importance of Reporting Standards in Security Analysis and Valuation
  • The Standards Setting Bodies
  • International Financial Reporting Standards versus Generally Accepted Accounting Principles

Understanding Financial Statements

  • Income Statement Components
  • Revenue and Expense Recognition
  • Balance Sheet Components:
  • Measurement and Classification
  • Cash Flow Statement:
  • Operating, Investing, and Financing Activities
  • Direct versus Indirect Methods in Cash Flow Preparation

Financial Analysis Techniques

  • Ratio Analysis
  • Liquidity: Current, Quick, and Cash Ratios
  • Asset Management and Activity Ratios
  • Solvency: Debt, Equity, and Times Interest Earned Ratios
  • Profitability: Profit Margin, Gross Margin, Return on Assets, Return on Equity
  • Market and Valuation: Price-Earnings and Earnings Per Share Ratios
  • Vertical Analysis and Strategy: Balance Sheet and Income Statement Approaches
  • Trend Analysis and Growth
  • DuPont Analysis: The Three-Step and Five-Step Models
  • Time-Series and Cross-Sectional Analysis
  • Limitation of Ratio Analysis

Financial Statement Analysis: Applications and Presentations

  • Evaluating a Company’s Past Performance
  • Comprehensive Real-Life Analysis of Publicly Traded Companies

Nature and Profile of the Fraudster / Victims

  • To understand how the opportunities for fraud occur
  • To understand the behaviour of a fraudster
  • To identify the profile of those involved in occupational fraud
  • To enable the delegate to understand the nature and scale of Fraud and roles and responsibilities of other agencies
  • To be able to recognise the different types and classifications of Fraud
  • To be able to explain the impact of Fraud on local and national communities

Core Investigative Skills

  • To understand the investigative mindset in volume and priority fraud investigations
  • To recognise investigative skills sets applicable to fraud investigations
  • Rules of evidence
  • To identify and prioritise decision log entries
  • To develop investigation plans giving focus, direction and clarity to fraud investigations
  • To identify best practice from both the simulated and original investigations

Golden Hour for Fraud

  • To understand and apply golden hour principles unique to volume and priority fraud investigations
  • To understand the importance of case conclusion and applying lessons learnt through structured debriefs
  • To understand suspect management in fraud investigations
  • To understand the need for fraud policy files (Decision logs)
  • Fraud management
  • Evidence recovery

Witness and Suspect Interviews

  • Use and understand the PEACE model for interviewing Witnesses and suspects
  • Plan and preparing for an interview
  • How to combat problems in interviews
  • Blocks to communication
  • Principles of Interviews
  • Communication skills

Combating Fraud. So, What Do We Do Now?

  • Do’s and don'ts within investigations
  • Victim management
  • Structured statement writing
  • Occupational fraud
  • Spotting the warning signs
  • How to prevent fraud?