I'm basically looking for a (rough) financial analysis of a company. I'd prefer a bank, but if it's an insurance company or a corporate it's fine, too.
I know I can read up on the different positions on a balance sheet and P&L, but I know that for me it's extremely helpful to start off with an example. Someone knowledgeable telling me what they're looking at and why. After that, I can read up on stuff, maybe look at the B/S of the peer group.
My goal isn't to become an expert, but to get a fundamental understanding of the important parts of a company's annual report (obviously this differs depending on the industry, company size, regulatory framework etc.).
If I should post this question somewhere else, just tell me.