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In this module, you will extend the analysis of valuation techniques to capital budgeting projects. You will assess the nuances that impact the valuation of the project and therefore, of the firm. Read More

This three-part webinar will help students meet their Economics pre-requisite. Students who have met the PCBS Economics pre-requisite but need foundational background to prepare them for the discussions on the economy in the first year course, Analysis of Business Conditions, can also register for this course. Dr. Snaith will cover core economic laws, basic macroeconomic measures of the economy, tools of fiscal policy, the business cycle, inflation and unemployment and how the Fed conducts monetary policy. With concepts fresh in mind, students will be fully prepared for the issues covered in Analysis of Business Conditions. Session One Principal concepts of economics Underpinnings of the economy (scarcity, choice, opportunity cost, efficiency) Basic elements of microeconomics: supply, demand and market equilibrium Session Two Overview of macroeconomics Measuring economic activity Business cycles and aggregate demand Session Three Aggregate supply Unemployment and inflation Money and the financial system Monetary policy Read More

This 5 module course covers the key principles of managerial accounting. Module 1: In the first module, we define and explore the most foundational concepts in the context of a business that we run.  Beginning with the inception of a business, we construct a balance sheet and update that balance sheet to reflect events in our business.  Next, we create an income statement and detail the specifics of one accounting period.  Module 2:  In the second module, we add prepaid expenses, accounts payable, accounts receivable and compare cash basis vs. accrual accounting, completing income statements using each of these methods.  Module 3: In the third module, we introduce the cash flow statement, explore whether to capitalize or expense, and discuss depreciation.    Module 4: In the fourth module, we take a deeper dive into these concepts using a manufacturing business as a case study.  We review our financial statements, learn the concept of common-sizing and work with some ratios used for analysis.  Then, we apply this to the financial statements of a bank.  Using the SNL report, we look at a bank's balance sheet and income statement in an effort to understand a bank's unique business model.       Module 5: Course Handouts. Read More

Thriving in an Era of Digital Disruption The rise of fintech is changing the banking landscape and raising the bar on customer expectations. But innovation is not just chasing the latest shiny technology or the next big idea, it’s about creating value for stakeholders. How can financial institutions innovate to differentiate themselves from a sea of similar options while a whole new croup of players are changing the game from the outside? How can leaders balance defending and extending their existing businesses while also creating viable new options for the future? Learn best practices and new strategies for addressing today’s unique threats and opportunities in this era of digital disruption. JP Nicols is has been internationally recognized as a leading voice for innovation, strategy, and leadership, and his work has been featured in top publications and conferences around the world. He is cofounder of the Alloy Labs Alliance, the industry-leading shared innovation lab for regional and community banks. He is also cohost of of Breaking Banks, the #1 global fintech radio show and podcast, and a top-rated instructor for his groundbreaking class on fintech and innovation at PCBS.   This program will be presented live on:  October 17, 2019, 11:00-11:45 AM Pacific Time Read More

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