A Student’s Guide to Analysing Corporate Reports, helps to answer the 'so what?' questions arising from Corporate Reports.
In addition to a worked case study, this book outlines the components of a typical corporate report, providing a structure that can be used as a basis for the development of a reasoned interpretation of corporate reports by students and to help improve exam results.
Ideal for accountancy students who need to be able to demonstrate skills in the analysis of corporate reports for assessment purposes, this book will also be of benefit to those who need some understanding of what published corporate reports can (and cannot!) tell a user about corporate performance.
Is this book for me?
- ACCA Students studying F5, F7, P2 and/or P4
- CIMA Students studying P1, P2 and/or P3