Course Info

Length: 1 Week

Type: In Classroom

Available Dates

Venue

  • Oct-03-2022

    Istanbul

  • Oct-03-2022

    Amsterdam

  • Oct-03-2022

    Zurich

  • Oct-10-2022

    Madrid

  • Oct-10-2022

    Dubai

  • Oct-17-2022

    Zurich

  • Oct-17-2022

    London

  • Oct-17-2022

    Singapore

  • Oct-17-2022

    Amsterdam

  • Oct-17-2022

    Paris

  • Oct-17-2022

    Barcelona

  • Oct-17-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Oct-24-2022

    Istanbul

  • Oct-24-2022

    Madrid

  • Oct-31-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Oct-31-2022

    London

  • Oct-31-2022

    Dubai

  • Oct-31-2022

    Barcelona

  • Oct-31-2022

    Singapore

  • Oct-31-2022

    Paris

  • Nov-07-2022

    London

  • Nov-07-2022

    Paris

  • Nov-07-2022

    Barcelona

  • Nov-07-2022

    Madrid

  • Nov-07-2022

    Dubai

  • Nov-14-2022

    Amsterdam

  • Nov-14-2022

    Singapore

  • Nov-14-2022

    Istanbul

  • Nov-14-2022

    Zurich

  • Nov-14-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Nov-21-2022

    Paris

  • Nov-21-2022

    London

  • Nov-21-2022

    Madrid

  • Nov-21-2022

    Barcelona

  • Nov-28-2022

    Istanbul

  • Nov-28-2022

    Zurich

  • Nov-28-2022

    Dubai

  • Nov-28-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Nov-28-2022

    Singapore

  • Nov-28-2022

    Amsterdam

  • Dec-05-2022

    Singapore

  • Dec-05-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Dec-05-2022

    Dubai

  • Dec-05-2022

    Amsterdam

  • Dec-05-2022

    Zurich

  • Dec-05-2022

    Istanbul

  • Dec-12-2022

    Paris

  • Dec-12-2022

    Madrid

  • Dec-12-2022

    Barcelona

  • Dec-12-2022

    London

  • Dec-19-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Dec-19-2022

    Singapore

  • Dec-19-2022

    Amsterdam

  • Dec-19-2022

    Istanbul

  • Dec-26-2022

    Barcelona

  • Dec-26-2022

    Paris

  • Dec-26-2022

    London

  • Dec-26-2022

    Dubai

  • Dec-26-2022

    Zurich

  • Dec-26-2022

    Madrid

  • Sep-19-2023

    Istanbul

Course Details

Course Outline

5 days course

 

Introduction and overview of Financial Modelling

 

  • Define the Terms Model and Financial Model.
  • Learn the 10 steps to create good Financial Models.
  • The 12 steps to Improving traditional Financial Models.
  • Use Flowcharting Techniques to improve your model.

 

 Time Value Models

 

  • Comprehend the Time Value of Money.
  • Apply Time Value Concepts to Financial Models.
  • Learn Why the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) Is Used in Capital Budgeting Models.
  • Use Net Present Value (NPV) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR) Models in Making Capital Expenditure Decisions.
  • Use the built-in functions for NPV, IRR, MIRR.

 

Financial Analysis Models

 

  • Use Break-Even Analysis in Financial Models.
  • Use Scenario Analysis in Financial Models.
  • Use Sensitivity Analysis in Financial Models.
  • Compare These Approaches.
  • Incorporate Sensitivity Analysis and Scenario Analysis in Financial Models.

 

 Lease v Buy Analysis Models

 

  • Learn the Fundamental Concepts of Leasing.
  • Identify the Different Types of Leasing.
  • Learn How to Analyse Leasing an Asset vs. Purchasing the Asset.
  • Use Financial Models to Make Lease vs. Buy Decisions.

 

Financial Ratio Analysis Models

 

  • Identify Major Financial Ratios.
  • Use Financial Ratios to Measure a Firm’s Financial Performance.
  • Use “Peer Group” Analysis to Measure a Firm’s Financial Performance.
  • Use Financial Ratios Models to Analyse a Firm’s Performance.

 

 Models for Valuation of Stock and Bonds

 

  • Learn How to Apply Dividend Discount Techniques.
  • Calculate the “Intrinsic” Value of a Firm’s Common Stock.
  • Rationalize the Difference between Intrinsic Value vs. Market Value for a Firm’s Common Stock.
  • Learn How to Apply Bond Valuation Techniques.
  • Calculate the Price and Yield to Maturity (YTM) of a Bond.
  • Construct a Model to Evaluate Potential Bond Investments.

 

Comprehensive Models and Tools

 

  • Using Tools like Solver & Goal Seeker.
  • Developing a Financial Optimization Model.
  • Identify the Types of Financial Activities That Can Be Connected in a Model.
  • Build the Pieces of a “Connected” Model.
  • Link the Pieces to Form a Multiple-Part Model.

 

 

Putting It all Together

 

  • Understand How Models Are Created and Used.
  • Deal with Problems in the Development and Use of Financial Models.
  • Use Financial Models Effectively.
  • Case study