Financial Modeling

Financial modeling involves the use of spreadsheets to summarize a company’s expenses and income in order to comprehend the impact of future projects and decisions that may affect the company’s stock performance. It can be used to evaluate external economic policies, business strategies, regulations, investments and other scenarios to calculate costs of new initiatives, develop financial plans, and allocate corporate resources.

Someone who wants to establish a career in core finance and is interested in working in areas such as Investment Banking, Equity Research, Credit Ratings, Project Finance, Corporate Finance, Fund Accounting, Financial consulting and Outsourcing should focus on developing financial modeling skills.

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Financial Modeling assists companies in determining the value of the target company for merger or acquisition through revenue forecasting, debt scheduling, and competitor analysis.

Financial Modeling allows analysts to assess an organization's financial projections, competitor's projections, and other factors to determine if it is a wise or risky investment.

Financial Modeling is useful for Investment Bankers to value a company through revenue forecasting. They recommend the buyer or seller on the acquisition of new funds or investments in new funds, based on valuation.

Financial Modeling is a tool that enables Credit Analysts to gather past data and outstanding debts, as well as predict future growth using an excel sheet. This helps them assess the level of risk involved and assign a rating accordingly.

Financial Modeling is beneficial in evaluating the financial feasibility of a project and devising a funding strategy that consists of both debt and equity elements.

Learning Focus

  Business Understanding
  • Key KPI's businesses offering
  • Market Segmentations
  • Key Person Assessment
  • Company Overview & Industry Report
  Financial Understanding
  • Income Statement
  • Balance Sheet
  • Cash Flow
  • Ratios Analysis
  Financial Management
  • Time value of money
  • Capital Budgeting
  • Cost of capital
  • Risk and return
  • Capital Structure
  • Dividend Policy
  Business Valuation
  • Forecasting Financial Statement
  • Top Down & Bottom Up Approach
  • Company Valuation Via DCF, FCFE, FCFF & Relative Valuation
  • Final Model
  • Equity Research Report
  • Investment Banking Report
  Additional Learning
  • Investment Banking
  • Fixed Income
  • Derivatives
  • Advance Excel

What Financial Modeling Covers ?

Step - I

  • Business Understanding
  • Understanding of Financial Statement
  • Techniques for Analyzing Financial Statements

Step - II

  • TVM & Capital Budgeting
  • Determining Cost of Capital
  • Forecasting & Financial Planning

Step - III

  • Analysis of Risk
  • Business Valuation
  • Preparation and Presentation of financial Reports
  • Engaging with Corporates for career Opportunities