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Finance Analyst Edge for Freshers and Experienced Professionals


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Finance Analyst Edge for Freshers & Experienced Professionals​

Fee: Rs. 1,20,000

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*Offer End on 28th September 2023

An Award-winning Vernacular Skill Tech platform preparing
‘Graduates/Postgraduates/Working Executives’ for
Financial Analyst (Equity, Credit, Investment, Research…)

20+ Presentations

Hands On Practical Learning

>80% | Learning & Development Buddy

Customized Interview Preparation

Customised Interview Preparation

Program Highlights

Spoken and Written English Prep

Interview Preparation

Flexible Easy Finance Options

1 -2- 1 Career Counseling

Industry Expert Mentoring


Syllabus Overview

Basic Module
  •  Finance and Accounting
  •  Analysis and research
  •  Modelling and Valuation
  • Presentation
  • Written
  • Verbal
  •  Active Listening
  •  Interpersonal Relations
  •  Teamwork
  •  Negotiation
  •  Financial Reporting
  • Financial Management
  • Business Mathematics
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Fundamental Analysis
  • Taxation
  • Mergers and acquisitions/Validation
  • Investment Banking
  • Capital Markets
  • Mutual Funds/ Fund Administration/
    Portfolio Management
  • Equity/ Fax Income/ Bonds/ Derivatives/
  • Retail Banking/ Business Banking/
  • Ratio analysis
  •  Annual Report analysis
  •  Assignments - BS/ PL/ CF/
    Ratios/ AR
  •  Industry presentations
  • Learn and practice Business
  • Oral and Written in BFSI Industry
  •  Overview of BFSI
  •  Banking Regulator & SROs
  •  Types of Banking institutions
  •  Products and Services
  •  Capital Adequacy & Risk
  •  Key Performance Indicators
  •  Capital Markets regulator and
  •  Sell-side participants
  •  Buy-side participants
  •  Trading, Clearing &
  •  Capital Markets Infrastructure
  •  Capital Markets Infrastructure
  •  Life & Non-Life Insurance
  •  Trends in BFSI
  •  FinTech
  •  Research and Analysis
  •  Equity Fundamental Report
  •  Equity Technical Report
  •  Fixed income research report
  •  Project Report
  •  Standard Deviation, Beta,
  •  Equities – intro
  •  FI - Bond intro, types, yields,
    yield curve
  •  FI - T Bills/ G secs, valuation
  •  Derivatives - futures, options,
    ETD/ OTC
Advance Modules
Financial Modeling and Fundamental Analysis
  •  What is Financial Modeling
  •  Why Financial Modeling?
  •  Structure of Doing Business in
  •  Equity basics
  •  Financial Modeling Intro
  •  Step1 Understanding Source of Info
  •  Step-2 Measures of Corporate
    Performance - How Business Runs
  •  Measure 1 - P&L Statement
  •  Measure 2 - Balance Sheet
  •  Terminologies 1 - Deferred Tax
  •  Terminologies 2 - Minority Interest
  •  Terminologies 3 - JV & Associates
  •  Terminologies 4 - EPS & Other
    Comprehensive Income
  •  Measure 3 - Cash Flow Statement
  •  Listing & Exchanges Intro
  •  IPO
  •  NSE/BSE - The exchanges
  •  Changing Prices & Indices
  •  Indices 2
  •  Nifty 50
  • Company Introduction
  •  Excel basics 1
  •  Excel basics II
  •  Excel basics III
  •  Excel Intermediate
  •  V Look up / Paste Special
  •  If Function
  •  Time value of Money -1
  •  Time Value of Money - 2
  •  Amortization
  •  Auditing/Data Tools/What If
  •  Protect / Text to Column / Pivot
  •  Chart /Sum if /Count if /Printing
  •  Home tab revision &
    conditional Formatting
  •  Macros
  • Learn and practice Business
  • Oral and Written in BFSI Industry
  •  Common Size Statements
  •  Introduction to Ratios
  •  Liquidity ratios & Calculations
  •  Solvency ratios
  •  Activity ratios
    Profitability Ratios
  •  Ratio's & Business
  •  Competitor Analysis
  •  Valuations & Cost of Equity
  •  Calculating Cost of Equity
  •  Calculation of growth rate for valuation
  •  Suitability of DDM
  •  Calculating final Price Per Share
  •  Free Cash flow model & differences
    from DDM
  •  FCFF Calculations & Intrinsic value
  •  Sensitivity Analysis & How to use it
  •  Relative Valuation - 1
  •  Relative Valuation-2 Calculations
  •  Sector Analysis and Sources
  •  Report Writing -1
  •  Report Writing -2
  •  How to forecast sales Volumes
  •  How to Forecast selling price
  •  Model Sales Forecast
  •  P&L Forecast
  •  Fixed Asset Schedule & debt
  •  Balance Sheet Forecasting
     Debt Schedule & Balance
    Sheet Adjustment
  •  Portfolio Management
  •  Calculating Portfolio Risk & Return
  •  Calculating Portfolio Risk & return -2
Banking EDGE and Power BI
  •  Banking Operations
  •  Banking Roles
  •  Banking Regulations
  •  Introduction to Banking Edge
  •  Banking Industry
  •  Banking Participants
  •  Banking Payments
  •  Banking Business
  •  Banking Product
  •  Introduction
  •  Power BI Basics
  •  Power BI Desktop
  •  Data in Power BI
  •  Power Pivot (Data Modelling)
  •  Transform Data
  •  Data Visualizations in Power BI
  •  Reports
  •  Power BI DAX
    (Data Analysis Expressions)
  •  Power BI DAX
    (Data Analysis Expressions)
  •  Power BI Service
  •  Power BI Dashboards Creating
Technical Analysis
  •  Understanding Technical
    Analysis Basics
  •  How to Read Stock Charts -
    Market Chart
  •  How to Read Stock Charts -
    Multiple Chart Time Frame
  •  Understanding Support and
  •  Understanding Levels, Trend
    Lines and Channels
  •  Trading Psychology - Mistakes to
  •  Understanding Different Types of
  •  How to Trade Levels, Trend Lines &
  •  How to Trade Support & Resistance
  •  Reversal Pattern - Head &
  •  Reversal Pattern - Double Tops &
  •  Reversal Pattern - Diamond Tops &
  •  Reversal Pattern - Rounding Tops &
  •  Continuation Pattern - Rectangle
    Tops & Bottoms
  •  Continuation Pattern - Cup & Handle
  •  Continuation Pattern - Wedges &
  •  Continuation Pattern - Flags and
  •  Continuation Pattern - Dead Cat
  •  How to Trade with Support &
    Resistance + Trade Setups
  •  How to Trade with Fibonacci &
    Extensions + Trade Setups
  •  How to Trade With Exponential
    Moving Averages + Trade Setups
  •  How to Trade With Parabolic
    SAR + Trade Setups
  •  How to Trade with MACD +
    Trade Setups
  •  How to Trade with RSI + Trade
  •  How to Read & Analyze Japanese
  •  How to Trade Candlesticks With
    Support & Resistance
  •  Single Candlestick Pattern -
    Spinning Top, Pin Bar & Doji
  •  Single Candlestick Pattern -
    Hammer & Hanging Man
  •  Single Candlestick Pattern - Inverted
    Hammer & Shooting Star
  •  Dual Candlestick Pattern - Bullish &
    Bearish Engulfing
  •  Dual Candlestick Pattern - Bullish &
    Bearish Harami
  •  Dual Candlestick Pattern - Tweezer
    Top & Bottom
  •  Triple Candlestick Pattern - Morning
    Star & Evening Star
  •  Triple Candlestick Pattern - Three
    White Soldiers & Three Black Crows
  •  Triple Candlestick Pattern - Bullish &
    Bearish Abandoned Baby
  •  How Chart Patterns Work
  •  How to Trade Wedges, Triangles
    and Pennants
  •  How to Trade Double Tops +
  •  How to Trade Head and
    Shoulders + Cup and Handle
  •  How to Trade Single Candlestick
  •  How to Trade Double Candlestick
  •  How to Trade Triple Candlestick
  •  Introduction of Ind AS/IFRS
  •  Ind AS 8 - Accounting Policies,
    Changes in Accounting Estimates &
  •  Ind AS 115 - Revenue Recognition
  •  Ind AS 116 - Leases
  •  Ind AS 16 - Property, Plant and
  •  Ind AS 12 - Income Taxes
  •  Ind AS 32, 107 and 109 - Accounting
    and Reporting of Financial
  •  Ind AS 108 - Operating Segments
  •  How to Perform Candlestick
    Chart Analysis
  •  How to Trade Long and Short
    Candlestick Bodies
  •  How to Perform Multiple Time
    Frame Analysis
  •  How to Trade Support and
    Resistance Levels
  •  How to Trade Fibonacci
  •  How to Trade Pivot Points (PP)
  •  How to Identify Market Trends
    With EMA and MACD
  •  How to Trade Bollinger Bands
  •  How to Trade Stochastic
    Oscillator (SO)
  •  Reversal Trading Strategies
  •  Choppy Market Trading
  •  Flat Market Trading Strategies
  •  Trading Psychology and Risk
    Management Strategies
  • What is SQL?, Purpose of SQL, Who should learn SQL?, What are the subsets of SQL?, Data Definition Language, Data Manipulation Language, Data Control Language, and SQL vs. NoSQL
  • What is a Database?, Database Objects, Database Tables, Table Records, Types of Database Management Systems, Relational Database Management Systems, and SQL/Relational Databases vs. No SQL Databases

Download MS SQL Server or Oracle or MySQL Database Engine, and Install. Launch SQL Server Management Studio, Select New Query, and launch SQL Query. Type SQL Commands and Execute.

Focus on SQL Syntax, SQL keywords, SQL is not case sensitive, SQL Comments, SQL Commands, and writing SQL Statements.

SQL Numeric data types, Date and Time data types, Character and String data types, Unicode character string data types, Binary data types, and Miscellaneous data types.

SQL Arithmetic Operators, Comparison Operators, Logical Operators, and Bitwise Operators

SQL Boolean Expression, SQL Numeric Expression, and SQL Date Expression

SQL Comments, Comments are used to explain sections of SQL statements, or to prevent the execution of SQL statements. Single-Line Comments, and Multi-line Comments

SQL Data Definition Language Commands, Create, Alter, Drop, Truncate, and Rename.

Data Definition Language  Operations, Create a Database, Use Database, Rename a Database, Drop Database, Create a Table, Rename Table, Add a Column to exiting Table, Add multiple columns to existing Table, Modify an existing column, Rename a Column, Drop a Column, Truncate a Table, and Drop a Table.

Data Manipulation Language Commands, SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE.

Data Manipulation Language Operations, Retrieving data from a table, Inserting data into a table, Updating existing data into a table, and Deleting all records from a table.

DCL includes commands such as GRANT and REVOKE which mainly deal with the rights, permissions, and other controls of the database system.

Providing the users the access or privileges to the database objects, and Taking back or canceling the privileges or permissions previously allowed or denied to the users.

SQL has many built-in functions for performing calculations on data. SQL Aggregate Functions, SQL String Functions, SQL Date Functions, and SQL Scalar functions.

A Query is used to traverse over some data that may be of small or large quantity to find the needed information.

A Subquery is a type of query which is written inside another query. A subquery becomes a part of a larger query. A subquery is also called INNER QUERY OR NESTED QUERY.

Clauses in SQL are similar to conditionals in high-level languages. We have a large variety in the SQL clauses like the Where clause, Union Clase, Order By clause, etc.

The SQL Joins clause is used to combine records from two or more tables in a database. A JOIN is a means for combining fields from two tables by using values common to each.

Views in SQL are kind of virtual tables. A view also has rows and columns as they are in a real table in the database. We can create a view by selecting fields from one or more tables present in the database.

An index is a schema object. It is used by the server to speed up the retrieval of rows by using a pointer. It can reduce disk I/O(input/output) by using a rapid path access method to locate data quickly.

Transactions are units or sequences of work accomplished in a logical order, whether in a manual fashion by a user or automatically by some sort of database program.

SQL injection, also known as SQLI, is a common attack vector that uses malicious SQL code for backend database manipulation to access information that was not intended to be displayed. This information may include any number of items, including sensitive company data, user lists, or private customer details.

Program overview & highlights

Duration- 4 Months

Job assurance

Job role focused prep

Average 4 LPA+ packages

Career service preparation process


Frequently Asked Questions

What is Eligibility Criteria for this Program?

Any Graduate or Post Graduate can do this program except BE/B.TECH

How can I enroll for this course?

Firstly you need to pass selection criteria of this course which is MCQ &Personal Interview round by SKILLEDGE

When Does the Course Start and Finish?
  • A new batch starts every week.
  • Course Duration is of 1week.
What if I miss a class?

You can access the recording of the class through our mobile app SKILLEDGE which you can download from play store. SKILLEDGE- Online Learning App - Apps on Google Play

Can I Get A Trial Class For The Course?

Yes, the first class of every new batch in the month is an introductory class highlighting the various aspects of the course and the specific industry. This class is Free of cost. You can also watch our mentor’s master classes in our YouTube Channel (SKILLEDGE OFFICIAL)

Is this placement guaranteed program?

We are NOT a placement agency. We would prepare students to crack Interviews and assist them in identifying new age job roles.