martin-lgBuilding on a string of recent speaking engagements, Barnes Dennig Director Chad Martin is set to speak at the Cincinnati Bar Association on on the topic of “Analyzing Financial Statements: Finding the Real Story Beyond the Numbers.”  Every company keeps score of its financial performance by using financial statements. These financial statements tell the story of the company’s successes and failures, but only to those who know how to decode the numbers to reveal the story.

Finding the Real Story Behind the Numbers

At this seminar, you will learn what the numbers on the financial statements are telling you  by analyzing the three reports that comprise them:

  • Balance sheet
  • Income  statement
  • Cash flow statement (and the components of each).

Chad will  also examine financial ratios that link information between the statements and  provide indicators of performance. By understanding what financial statements can tell you, you will be able to  convert data into knowledge that can tell the story beyond the numbers.

Event Details

Date: Thursday, November 7th, 2013
Time:  8:30am Registration, 9-11am Program
Location: The Cincinnati Bar Center, 225 East Sixth Street, 5th Floor, Downtown Cincinnati

2.0 Hours General CLE Credit
2.0 Hours General New Lawyer Training Credit

Click here to register today!

About Chad Martin

Chad  has over 19 years of experience and is an integral part of the leadership of Barnes Dennig’s manufacturing client service team with experience in a variety of roles and a passion for building productive, long-term relationships with his clients. He has served as an auditor, tax professional, outsourced controller and financial analyst for clients in numerous industries, including manufacturing, automobile dealerships, distributors, contractors, not-for-profits and service providers. Chad has earned the designation of Certified Fraud Examiner where he works with businesses to detect white-collar crime and holds a bachelors degree from Texas A&M University.



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