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Financial Modelling Group offers a variety of courses on finance and investment topics.  More common courses include Building a Financial Model of a Company, Financial Statements Analysis, Company Valuation, Advanced Financial Modelling and Valuation, Equity Investment Analysis, M&A Process and Modelling, LBO Process and Modelling, Advanced Microsoft Excel and Effective Business Writing.  Some of the associated training modules are as follows:



Project Finance - Financial Modelling and Analysis
  Project Finance - Financial Modelling and Analysis
Project Finance: financing arrangements for infrastructure and industrial projects. Loans are assessed based on project\'s financial model.
Discounted Cash Flow Analysis
  Discounted Cash Flow Analysis
Perhaps the most regularly employed form of valuation analysis in the investment industry, Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) promotes >> MORE
Comparable Trading and Transaction Valuation
  Comparable Trading and Transaction Valuation
Comparable Trading and Transaction multiples valuation (also known as relative valuation) is among the most commonly employed >> MORE
Merger Modelling
  Merger Modelling
In order to assess the potential expected effect of a Mergers & Acquisitions transaction on the balance sheet and income statement of a prospective >> MORE
Leveraged Buyout (LBO) Modelling
  Leveraged Buyout (LBO) Modelling
Leveraged Buyout (LBO) refers to the takeover of a company which is predominantly financed by debt. LBO analysis is normally undertaken >> MORE
Economic Value Added (EVA) Framework
  Economic Value Added (EVA) Framework
Economic Value Added (EVA) – sometimes referred to as Economic Profit (EP) – is a framework for determining the value of a business rooted >> MORE
Cash Flow Return on Investment (CFROI)
  Cash Flow Return on Investment (CFROI)
It is usually difficult to draw a significant correlation between accounting earnings, economic value and free flow cash. >> MORE
Monte Carlo Simulations
  Monte Carlo Simulations
Stock markets are anything but predictable and market analysts often struggle to account for the ever-present uncertainty. In this interest >> MORE
Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis
  Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis
In order to successfully engage with financial modelling, a strong understanding of accounting principles and financial statements >> MORE
Regression-Based Valuation Modelling
  Regression-Based Valuation Modelling
In order to help characterize and quantify factors that serve to establish company valuation, financial analysts often look to regressions >> MORE
Real Options
  Real Options
Filling an apparent void in the field of valuation, new practices have been recently developed to approximate the value of derivatives >> MORE
Special Modelling and Valuation Considerations
  Special Modelling and Valuation Considerations
Every financial model is defined by certain unique characteristics. Modelling techniques (along with specific input variables) often differ >> MORE
Finance Foundations and Quantitative Methods
  Finance Foundations and Quantitative Methods
Knowledge of modern finance theory is key in financial modelling, analysis and valuation. Applying time value of money concepts and statistical >> MORE
Microsoft Excel
  Microsoft Excel
In the modern financial services industry, a strong working knowledge of Microsoft Excel – a computerized spreadsheet application >> MORE
Microsoft PowerPoint
  Microsoft PowerPoint
Microsoft PowerPoint is a computer application that is widely used in the financial sector and across other industries. It is primarily employed >> MORE
Effective Business Writing
  Effective Business Writing
Knowing how to effectively communicate is an essential part of being a member of a dynamic business team. In our Effective Business Writing course we >> MORE
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