Financial models in Excel allow investment analysts and other finance professionals to take the laborious number crunching out of financial analysis and forecasting. Models help them to gain meaningful insights into the way that a business is working and focus attention on areas to improve bottom-line results. They can also be used as powerful tools to test the potential impact of various risks on business performance.
In this brand new guide, financial modelling expert Paul Lower presents step-by-step instructions for seven spreadsheet models that will help the user to gain a better understanding of the financial data coming out of a business.
These seven models can be used to:
1. Assess how a business is performing on key financial indicators.
2. Produce sales and cost forecasts.
3. Create a cash flow forecast.
4. Understand the impact of product price changes on profitability.
5. Assess potential investment decisions.
6. Check the sensitivity of key financial measures to risk events.
7. Produce a business valuation.
With this suite of seven tools, a financial analyst will be equipped to use Excel to achieve a deep understanding of a business and its financial data.
Paul has fantastic forensic and analytical skills and always makes complex financial analyses easy to understand by both fellow professionals and creatives. This book is a must-read by anyone entering or in the world of commerce and finance.
About the Author
Paul Lower is a trainer, lecturer and author, specialising in financial planning and analysis, and financial modelling and forecasting. He has worked for major clients in the UK (including Associated British Foods, Reckitt Benckiser and Angel Trains) and the Middle East (including SABIC and Saudi Aramco) and has also lectured on the MBA programme at one of the UK’s leading business schools.
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