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Financial Modelling with Excel

Training : Financial Modelling with Excel

Thu, 29/11/2012   for 2 Days
Conducted by : Eureka Financial
Contact : Sam Baker
Duration : 2 Days
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 This 2 day practical course is designed to equip the delegates with a sound financial modelling skills and techniques to prepare and forecast financial statements needed in a modern corporate world. You will gain a firm understanding of the modelling process and financial ratios analysis. 

The course is run in a very small group allowing for a direct interaction with the trainer throughout the whole course and each session is concluded with a practical model building exercise. 
By the end of this course you will be able to:
Build a financial model from a scratch using the best structuring techniques
Use efficiently key Excel functions to construct sound financial forecasting models
Create a forecast income, cash flow statement and balance sheet
Interpret and analyse the key ratios used in a financial forecast
Apply and analyse more complex issues in financial forecasting such as taxation, provisions, associates and NCIs
Develop the analysis of balance sheet structures through a cash waterfall
Use the financial ratios in the forecast analysis
Prerequisites: Basic/intermediate knowledge of accounting
 
Register now - number of places is limited!
 


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