Financial Analyst (1)

Our objective is to penetrate the black box” of sell-side financial analysts by providing new insights into the inputs analysts use and the incentives they face. Accountancy (profession) or accounting (methodology) is the measurement, disclosure or provision of assurance about financial information that helps managers, investors, tax authorities, lenders and other stakeholders and decision makers to make resource allocation and policy making decisions.Financial AnalystsFinancial Analysts

CA1-9 (FASB Role in Rule-Making) A press release announcing the appointment of the trustees of the new Financial Accounting Foundation stated that the Financial Accounting Standards Board (to be appointed by the trustees) will become the established authority for setting accounting principles under which corporations report to the shareholders and others” (AICPA news release July 20, 1972).

Business analysts may be specialist in particular domain ,with a strong and detailed understanding of the subject area, can pinpoint areas for improvement , development and identify what needs to change, to analyze using existing knowledge and contact.

Analysts spend their days crunching numbers and historical financial data; preparing reports gleaned from this analysis; exploring investment opportunities; identifying national and global trends in the financial markets; making recommendations for improved performance; and creating and sharing financial models and business forecasts.

Financial analysts work for public and private companies, nonprofit organizations, investment banks, brokerage firms, insurance companies, government entities, and nearly any other organization that is concerned about making sound financial decisions.Financial Analysts