The Wall Street MBA: Your Personal Crash Course in Corporate Finance (Paperback)
Mastering corporate finance is a lot easier than you think.
Business school textbooks are notoriously dry, static, and filled with confusing words and acronyms. The Wall Street MBA takes a different approach by presenting information in a way that enables you to actually understand what you read--the first time you read it.
Written by a Wall Street veteran and renowned finance educator, this clear, succinct, and often humorous "crash course" breaks down the main concepts of MBA finance and accounting programs to provide the information and insight you need to:
-Review financial statements-Analyze earnings-Detect fraud-Value companies-Determine the cost of capital
Fully updated and revised, this new edition will also get you up to speed on important new trends in FinTech, alternative investments, and cost accounting.
This highly accessible ground-floor view of corporate accounting offers everything you need to navigate today's financial landscape with the knowledge and confidence of a seasoned pro.
About the Author
Reuben Advani is an entrepreneur, executive, and author. He founded and later sold a financial training company that offered mini MBA courses to corporations and law firms worldwide. He is also the author of Financial Freedom: A Guide to Achieving Lifelong Wealth and Security. He holds a BA from Yale University and an MBA from the Wharton School.