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Financial Modeling Training Series: Basic Financial Modeling.


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Financial Modeling Training Series: Basic Financial Modeling
Venue : Hotel at Jakarta Pusat
Contact email :
Presentation slides will be distributed in softcopy
Minimum participants = 10 persons
After the training, participants can still discuss about the training materials via email

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Financial Modeling Training Series: Basic Financial Modeling.

  2. 2. WhyWe HaveThisTraining forYou! • How many times, after reading MS Excel books, when an analyst is faced with a real-world financial modeling problem, he or she is somewhat unclear as to where to start and what to do, since all that he/she is shown in the books is only the workings of useful MS Excel functions and formulas…. • After a while you forget all those MS Excel functions and formulas (to be honest, MS Excel functions and formulas are not really natural to remember). • Then you apply for a training course on the Financial Modelling…. ANDTHIS IS FORYOU
  3. 3. REMINDER : This is a class with MS Excel practices Don’t forget to bring your laptop that include MS Excel program
  4. 4. Prior to Good Application: GoodThinking “Sheet 1” Syndrome Someone is intimidated by the vastness of the financial modelling process and stares at the first sheet of a new, blank MS Excel workbook, wasting time and fretting about what to do first.
  5. 5. Look BeforeYou Leap •Financial Modeling : An Overview •Financial Modeling : Best Practices •Financial Modeling : Functions andTools and Calculations •Financial Modeling : PlanningYour Model This Part is LESS ABOUT DOING and MORE ABOUTTHINKING ABOUT DOING
  6. 6. NowTime to Apply It!!! • Building a Basic Corporate Model • How to Make your forecasted Balance Sheet balance (even if you are not an accountant) • Building a Corporate Model with History • Building a Corporate Model with Minimum Cash • Building a Cash Flow Plug • Building aTiming Reference • Building Flags or Calculation Masks • Using Solver to solve Capital Budgeting Analysis
  7. 7. A BitTaste of Intermediate Level: Learning by Doing • Modeling Front, Inputs, Calculations and Outputs Sheets • The Use of Flag in Identifying Development Periods, Construction Periods and Operational Periods • The Use of Goal Seek • Following financial concepts shown in the example: • Debt vs. equity • Interest rate (compounded) • Rolled-up interest • Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR) • Cash flow available for debt service (CFADS) • Inflation • Cash flows • Internal rate of return (IRR and XIRR functions) • Equity • Cash waterfall Using a Case Study to show how to build a Cash Flow Model (NO Balance Sheet and No Income Statement). Thus, you could put down your Accounting Book!
  8. 8. Training Desktop • Date : please check it at “FUTURUM CORFINAN” website • Venue : Hotel at Jakarta Pusat • Notes :  Presentation slides will be distributed in .pdf file  Bring your laptop to the class with MS Office standard applications  Post-training discussions with the trainers via website about the training materials • Contact email : • Visit our website and training testimonials : google “Futurum CorfinanTrainingTestimonials”
  9. 9. TrainYour Employees! By now, we’ve probably all heard the classic HR executives’ exchange — Colleague #1: “What if we pay to train our people and they leave?” Colleague #2: “Right, but what if we DON’T train them and they NEVER leave?!?” We can all agree that the latter scenario is worse.