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An ESG Puzzle FIA010176-U-ENG-WOD
With “An ESG Puzzle”, students get to use for the first-time sustainability information paired with financial information. For the past twenty years, more and more companies around the world have started to supplement their GAAP reports with non-financial reports. This new reporting trend has become increasingly standardized but remains unregulated. While there is no one global agency to enforce non-financial reporting, international bodies like the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) or the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) propose measures and methodologies of reporting sustainability information. By solving this case, students will learn about Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), how to use the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) which measure these sustainability factors and lastly, how to use this information in conjunction with common financial ratios which they have previously learned about and used in other finance and accounting courses.Academic Area:Financial Accounting | Finance | Cost Accounting & Management Control
Big data en rating de empresas SI1-155
The analysis of the activity and solvency of a company is one of the most classic applications of statistical and analytical methods. When deciding to give a loan, expanding or cutting financing, financial institutions no longer apply subjective criteria. Instead, they use scientific tools, one of them called rating.
This document In addition to the theoretical concepts includes a case study that explains how a Spanish company enters in the business of providing rating services.Academic Area:Digital Technologies & Data Science
Flujos de caja diferenciales DF2-226
This material explains the application of discounted cash flows in the valuation of investment projects. It is explained in a brief and concise manner so the concept is made clear and is well defined for the student.Academic Area:Financial Accounting | Finance
RATING AGENCIES PROCESS: HOW TO DEAL WITH THIS NECES … DF2-223-I
Undoubtedly, obtaining a credit rating is one of the paramount decisions for any company to make during its entire existence as a going concern. From that moment on, not only will its corporate status be deeply modified bringing about a number of new additional requirements to comply with. Its overall relationships with its stakeholders will no longer be the same. Even the potential decision to turn back to the prior situation by relinquishing its rating and becoming unrated again, which is perfectly possible, will have meaningful implications going forward.
This technical note is addressed to those enrolled in the Global Masters in Finance (GMIF) programs, particularly in connection with the “Introduction to the Capital Markets” subject. This paper also directly relates to all other subjects covering corporate finance and financing issues in the same program, as well as to the MBA programs and specialized finance courses.Academic Area:Finance
This case explains what rating is, which purposes it serves and who may find it useful. A very concise technical note, it is key for any student to have a clear idea of this concept which is so highly utilized in the world of finances.Academic Area:Financial Accounting | Finance
Análisis fundamental y análisis técnico (Version Corta) DF2-227
This technical note explains in depth the technical analysis and fundamental analysis, its components and phases, the sources of information, the areas of action, the objectives of these analyzes and the differences between them.
It describes in detail on the one hand the financial analysis and the valuation of companies as an important part of fundamental analysis, and, on the other hand, explains what and what for is the technical analysis, its most common terms and theories, and finally, comparison between fundamental analysis and technical analysis.Academic Area:Financial Accounting | Finance