Finance and Accounting for the Nonfinancial Professional (Online)

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Date(s)
February 1–March 15, 2023
Cost
$1,695
CIBE Credits
1
Format
Online
Location
Online
Requirements
This program is suitable for professionals at any level in their organization who currently need or anticipate the need to be able to understand, communicate, or use basic financial information.

Requirements

This program is suitable for professionals at any level in their organization who currently need or anticipate the need to be able to understand, communicate, or use basic financial information.

Requirements
This program is suitable for professionals at any level in their organization who currently need or anticipate the need to be able to understand, communicate, or use basic financial information.

Requirements

This program is suitable for professionals at any level in their organization who currently need or anticipate the need to be able to understand, communicate, or use basic financial information.

Finance and Accounting for the Nonfinancial Professional (Online)


Select
Date(s)
February 1–March 15, 2023
Cost
$1,695
CIBE Credits
1
Format
Online
Location
Online
Requirements
This program is suitable for professionals at any level in their organization who currently need or anticipate the need to be able to understand, communicate, or use basic financial information.

Requirements

This program is suitable for professionals at any level in their organization who currently need or anticipate the need to be able to understand, communicate, or use basic financial information.

Overview

Impact

Program Structure

Participant Profile

Any role in an organization that requires the use of financial information or involves making decisions that have financial implications

Faculty

Doron Nissim

Doron Nissim

Ernst & Young Professor of Accounting & Finance

Faculty Director
Doron Nissim

Doron Nissim

Ernst & Young Professor of Accounting & Finance

Professor Nissim earned his PhD in Accounting at the University of California, Berkeley, and joined Columbia Business School in 1997. He was granted tenure in 2005, and full professorship in 2007. He served as the Chair of the Accounting Division during the years 2006-2009 and 2014-2016.

Professor Nissim’s research is primarily in the areas of earnings quality, fundamental analysis, equity valuation, financial institutions, and corporate finance. His studies have been published in such internationally acclaimed accounting and finance journals as the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Accounting Research, the Accounting Review, the Review of Accounting StudiesContemporary Accounting Research, and Journal of Banking and Finance, as well as in practitioner-oriented journals such as the Financial Analysts Journal and The Journal of Financial Perspectives. Professor Nissim’s research is frequently cited in the popular press, including The Wall Street Journal, TimeThe New York TimesBloombergChief Executive MagazineThe Economist, and the International Herald Tribune. Professor Nissim served as an editor of the Review of Accounting Studies from 2006 to 2013, and as the director of The Initiative on Banking and Insurance in the Program for Financial Studies at Columbia Business School from 2015 to 2017.

At Columbia Business School, Professor Nissim teaches MBA, EMBA, MS, and PhD courses in financial accounting, earnings quality, fundamental analyses, valuation, investment management, financial institutions, and research methods. He also serves as the director of three executive education programs — Financial Analysis and Valuation, Finance and Accounting for the Non-financial Executive, and Finance and Accounting for New York Presbyterian Hospital — and he teaches in several other open enrollment and custom executive education programs.

Professor Nissim consults extensively, both to buy- and sell-side firms as well as to other entities. His consulting focuses on equity valuation, fundamental analysis, earnings quality, investment management, and financial institutions.

Professor Nissim has received several honors and awards, including a prize from the Financial Executive Research Foundation for “the article from those published in the Accounting Review, which had the greatest import for users and preparers of financial reports;” Morgan Stanley Award for Contributions to the Development of ModelWare Core Strategies; two nominations for the Brattle Prize at the Journal of Finance (outstanding paper in corporate finance); and two teaching awards: Columbia Business School Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence in a Core Course, and Columbia Business School Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence.

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