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Financial Planning & Analysis Explained In 5 Minutes financial analysis



Ryan O’Connell, CFA breaks down Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) in 5 minutes. He discusses the following topics:

0:00 Intro
0:31 What role does FP&A play in a business?
2:33 What are the pros and cons of working in FP&A?
4:14 How can someone break into FP&A?

Check out Ryan’s reading list for finance professionals and investor’s here:
1. Liar’s Poker by Michael Lewis:
2. Freakonomics by Steven D Levitt:
3. Against the Gods: A Remarkable Story of Risk by Peter L. Bernstein:
4. Market Wizards by Jack D. Schwager:
5. Mastery by Robert Greene:

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  1. Hey Ryan, thanks for the video (subscribed). I normally don't make long comments like these on videos but I see that you're responsive and I'm really curious what your take would be on my situation:

    I did my undergrad in Social Science at a local university in the US and then did a Master's at a pretty good university in the UK, but it was in international relations. I wanted to do political risk analysis and work with political science and data, but that route didn't have a lot of jobs and salaries were low. Through working enough jobs on the side through school in billing and collections, I now manage an AR team at a decent-sized tech company where I live. I don't have a degree in finance/accounting and am reluctant to sink any more money into school, so I'm just trying to hustle my way through it all and build up my skillset. FP&A seems within reach if I bust my ass and start implementing the principles of that role into the one I have right now, and maybe some smaller company takes a chance on me. Do I seem too off my rocker in thinking this? What other advice would you give me, if any?

    If you end up reading/responding thanks in advance!!!

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