Financial Modelling is one of those fewer tools that are utilized for forecasting companies’ future financial performance by focusing on the historical performance of the entity. Financial Modelling comprises of the preparation of detailed company-specific models which are then utilized for the purpose of decision making and performing financial analysis.
The participants will be equipped with all the tools and techniques they need to become a better manager in this work area and to be able to bring the best out of their team using the skills and knowledge provided in this program. The managers will also be able to ensure improved overall results in the organization for a successful tomorrow.
This training program has been planned out keeping in mind both the traditional and up to the minute trends and requirements of the given field. This makes the course an ideal learning opportunity for all of its participants. Please make a note that a custom proposal can also be acquired, if you have different training requirements for your team.
Who is this Program For?
This program is designed for Chief Accountants, Controllers, Business Units & Departmental Managers, Managers, CFO’s, Analysts, Advisors and Heads of:
- Planning and Control
- Management Accountants
- Strategic Business Unit
- Performance Management
- Budgeting and Control
- Forecasting and Cost
- Business Planning
The course will include:
- how a company will react to various financial circumstances or market conditions
- An Organization is in need of supplementary funds (debt or equity) or not
- Classifying of Strategic and Business Plans via finding strengths and weaknesses.
- In which company we should make investment for better returns i.e. comparative analysis
- Examining and defining the risk level
- Has the company had a change in direction that is loss of customers, expansion etc.
- It’s a technique to value and examine FPOs, Firms and IPOs
A good financial model must have the following qualities:
- Be fairly simple
- Focus on key cash flow drivers
- Clearly, convey expectations and conclusions
- Assess Risks
- Overview and Assumptions
- Modeling Revenue
- Demonstrating the Balance Sheet
- Modeling Cash Flow Statement
- Key Person Indicators and Reasonability Checks
- Modeling: Presenting and Summary
- Modeling the Income Statement (incl. Margin Analysis)
- What-if Examination
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