The Wall Street MBA: Your Personal Crash Course in Corporate Finance

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Date

May 13, 2010

Format

Electronic book text, 224 pages

ISBN

0071491813 / 9780071491815

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Overview


Main description

A streetwise MBA that offers you a degree in success

Whether you're a novice or an experienced professional, The Wall Street MBA explains the underpinnings of financial valuation, financial analysis, and corporate accounting and describes how each drives corporate America and Wall Street.

Peppered with true stories and amusing anecdotes, this concise, easy-to-read, interactive resource teaches MBA concepts by applying theory to real-life examples. You'll learn how to review financial statements, analyze earnings, detect fraud, assess stock prices, value companies, and structure mergers and acquisitions, among other exercises.


Author comments

Reuben Advani is the president of TeleStrat Consulting, Inc., a financial advisory and training boutique, and also runs www.onedaymba.org. A former Wall Street investment banker, Mr. Advani has run financial training programs for major corporations and law firms throughout the U.S. and Europe.


Back cover copy

Your Personal Crash Course in Corporate Finance

You don't need an MBA to understand the underpinnings of financial valuation, financial analysis, and corporate accounting. The Wall Street MBA explains all the basic concepts taught in a standard MBA finance and accounting program-and how each drives Corporate America and Wall Street. Part textbook, part story book, The Wall Street MBA provides the knowledge and confidence to mine financial data and detect what's really going on beneath the surface of company financial reports.

This concise, dynamic guide explains how to

* Review financial statements * Analyze earnings * Detect fraud * Assess stock prices * Value companies * Determine the cost of capital

"Finally, the book which may put Harvard Business School out of business. A must-read for all professionals who seek strong financial expertise."-Rick Rickertsen, Managing Partner, Pine Creek Partners; author of Buyout

"Terrific overview of corporate finance and accounting that even the non-financial professional will find useful."-Ken Glazer, Senior Competition Counsel, The Coca-Cola Company

"The Wall Street MBA distills a broad swath of corporate finance and financial reporting concepts into a concise, practical and easily accessible format.”-Robert Borghese, Lecturer, The Wharton School; author of M&A from Planning to Integration

"A terrific manual for anyone interested in thinking like a finance industry professional"-Jim Watson, General Partner, CMEA Ventures





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