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Financial Modeling in Excel
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Financial Modeling for Beginners - financial modeling by EduCBA

  1. 1. Financial Modeling in Excel Financial modeling in Excel is one of the most multipurpose and hot finance skills in today’s scenario. Financial models plays vital role in most major business decisions. Financial Modeling is very useful to organizations that allow: • Analyze Historical performance of a company • Projecting Future financials • Evaluating Projects (Using Project finance Modeling) • Profitability in investments.
  2. 2. What is meant by Financial Modeling? In simple words financial modeling is process of systematic forecasting of company financials. Financial model is prepared by financial analysts, investment bankers, equity research analyst and other finance professionals. Following are some important financial modeling terms • Forecasting • Assumptions • Financial Analysis
  3. 3. Some Basic Excel Functions you should know before building a financial model AVERAGE Function - Calculates the average of a set of numbers. COUNT Function - Counts the number of cells that contain numbers. MIN and MAX Function - Calculate the minimum and maximum of a set of values. PRODUCT Function. SUM Function - Adds up a set of numbers.
  4. 4. Easy to Understand Trustworthy Easy to Follow
  5. 5. Uses of Financial Models Project Evaluation Valuation (DCF, Relative) Budgeting
  6. 6. Uses of Financial Models Merger and Acquisition Startup Plans Strategy Decision
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