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Modelling can be tough – by following this guide you can shift your stress and make your colleagues lives hell! ...

Modelling can be tough – by following this guide you can shift your stress and make your colleagues lives hell!

The consequences for falling for some, or all of the following temptations are described in more than eighty spreadsheet problems at www.eusprig.org/stories.htm

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  • 1. Financial modelling should be collaborative. Collaboration reduces error, speeds up development time and lowers cost. The Financial Modelling Handbook is a collaborative, crowd-sourced guide to building better financial models using the FAST Standard.
  • 2. Patrick O'Beirne has extensive experience in Excel/VBA spreadsheet training, testing, model review, and auditing. Recent projects in Ireland and abroad range from data analysis for subject matter experts to spreadsheet review for commodity trading companies and State bodies.
  • 3. Modelling can be tough – by following this guide you can shift your stress and make your colleagues lives hell! The consequences for falling for some, or all of the following temptations are described in more than eighty spreadsheet problems at: www.eusprig.org/stories.htm