A financial model is simply a tool that’s built in Excel to forecast a business’ financial performance into the future. The forecast is typically based on the company’s historical performance and requires preparing the income statement, balance sheet, cash flow statement and supporting schedules.
About Financial Modelling
Financial modelling is the process by which a firm constructs a financial representation of some, or all, aspects of the firm or given security. The model is usually characterized by performing calculations and makes recommendations based on that information.
Financial Modelling is the task of building a model representing financial asset and performance of a business. Financial Modelling skills are must for finance and commerce professionals especially for almost all mid-senior management professionals worldwide. The added skills gained through MS Excel advanced training helps finance and commerce professionals to gain an in-depth understanding of financial modelling techniques to succeed in today’s demanding environment.
- Valuation Modelling
- Project Finance Modelling
- Mergers and Acquisition Modelling
- Macros for Financial Modelling
- Advanced Excel functions for Financial Modelling
- Advanced Charting and Dash boarding Techniques
- MBA students
- Commerce graduates
- Investment Bankers
- Financial Analyst
- Financial Manager
- Business Analyst
- Market Research Analyst
- Associate Analyst
- Equity Analyst
- In the finance industry, the value of financial modelling is increasing rapidly.
- Financial modeling acts as an important tool which enables business ideas and risks to be estimated in a cost-effective way.
- Financial modeling is an action of creating attractive representation of a financial situation of company.
- Financial Models are mathematical terms aimed at representing the economic performance of a business entity.
- Duration:60 minutes
- No. of questions: 50
- Maximum marks: 100, Passing marks: 50 (50%); There is no negative marking in this module.
- Certificate validity: For successful candidates, certificates are valid for 5 years from the test date.
- Financial Modeling : The test contains 30 questions on Financial Modelling to assess the candidate’s financial representation knowledge.
- Excel Modelling : The test contains 20 questions on Excel Modelling to assess the knowledge of candidate in excel models and related calculations.
Total Fees : 19,000 /- ( Nineteen Thousand Rupees only )
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Course Syllabus :
Basic Excel :
- Formatting of Excel Sheets
- Use of Excel Formula Function
- Advanced Modelling Techniques
- Data Filter and Sort
- Charts and Graphs
- Table formula and Scenario building
- Lookups: Vlookup Match & offset, pivot tables
Financial Statement Analysis :
- Introduction to Financial Statement Analysis
- Financial Reporting Mechanics
- Understanding Income Statement, Balance Sheet
- Cash Flow Statement
- Financial Analysis Techniques
- Inventories, Long Lived Assets
- Non Current Liabilities
- Financial Statement Application
Financial Ratios :
- Ratio analysis of industries
- Du point Analysis
- Peer to peer analysis
- Preparation of Financial Analysis report on an industry
Financial Management & Corporate Finance :
- Time value of money
- Long term financing
- Cost of capital
- Measure Of Leverage
Project Finance :
- Project evaluation; stage of project; construction & development phase
- funding during investment phase
- costs during investment phase
- life of project
- decision making
- cash flow waterfall & resolve circular reference problem in interest during construction.
Equity Research Modelling :
- Prepare an Income Statement, Balance sheet, Cash Flow Statement, Geographic Revenue Sheet, Segment Revenue Sheet, Cost Statement, Debt Sheet, Analyze Revenue Drivers
- Forecast Geographic & Segment Revenues, Cost Statement, Debt, Income Statement, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flow Statement.
- Performa Adjustments, Income Statement – Compute Margins, Balance Sheet -Compute Ratios
- Cash Flow Statement Projection, Valuation- Discounted Cash Flow Method (DCF), Valuation – Relative Valuation (Football Field Chart)
- Valuation – Assumptions for Valuation Model, Prepare Valuation Model, Prepare Presentation Sheet, Prepare Company Overview , Sector Overview
VBA and Macros
- Understanding Macros and VBA
- Recording Macros Understanding basics of coding
- Understanding objects and
- Control statements in VBA code
- Application of macros to Financial modelling
- Developing solution to circular reference problem
- Developing sensitivity table
- Developing scenario analysis
- Developing simulation
- Examples will be based on Project Models
Investment Banking M & A
- Introduction to Investment Banking
- Merger and Acquisitions
- Types of M&A: Merger ,Acquisition
- Consolidation Spin-off
- Drivers for M&A
- Accounting for Mergers: Purchase
- Method & Pooling Method
- Differentiate between financing and
- Operating synergies
- M&A Regulatory Environment
- Developing M&A Models: Integration of
- Financial Statements between (Target and Acquirer),
- Valuation -DCF, Relative and Transaction
- Developing Merger Model
- Developing Synergies
- Introduction to Databases
- Terminologies – Records, Fields, Tables
- Database normalisation
- Primary Key
- How data is accessed
- Introduction to SQL – Table creation
- SQL Syntax, SQL data Types, SQL Operators
- Table creation in SQL :Create, Insert, Drop , delete and updating
- Introduction to SQL – Table access & Manipulation Select with Where Clause (In between, logical operators, wild cards, order, group by)
- SQL constraints, Concepts of Join – Inner, Outer
- Case Study