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Financial Modeling With Excel 2 Days Workshop

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Location : (Andheri East )Mumbai

Date : 22nd - 23rd April 2011

Location : (Safdarjang Enclave) New Delhi

Date : 13th - 14th May2011

Greetings from Unicom !
Unicom conducts interactive workshops with programs in Finance, Banking, IT and Risk Management areas.
We are conducting a 2 Days Executive interactive workshop on Financial Modeling with Excel.Our faculty for this program is an Investment Banker & has developed training modules to simplify financial modeling and investment analysis.

This 2 day workshop will help participants to :·

Master the use of Excel’s financial modeling tools and capabilities

How to design a model to suit your purpose

Understand the different types of financial models and when each should be applie

Construct financial models making use of a broad range of Excel methods and techniques

Accurate forecasting corporate cash flows for project finance deals and structures

Incorporate elements such as risk, sensitivity, optimisation and forecasting into financial Models

Produce meaningful management reports and charts for communication

How to identify and control key sensitivities through advanced spreadsheet simulation

How to design a model to maximize flexibility and reliability

Practical tips for checking and debugging the mode

Participant Mix :·

Corporate Finance Professionals

Quantitative analysts

Investment Bankers

Risk professionals

Treasury managers


Program Objective :

MS Excel ® is today unarguably the most commonly used spreadsheet utility globally to do finance. In spite of this, according to various surveys on Excel usage, a rather miniscule percentage of Excel Users use it to its full potential. The focus of the course is to help the participants learn the tools and capabilities of this spreadsheet application to perform from the simplest to the most complicated and elaborate financial analysis.

Results :

We expect that the participants attending the course will be able to learn significant financial modeling capabilities using Excel that would be pertinent for Corporate finance,Financial analysis, Risk management, Transaction Structuring like modeling for M&A, etc. The level of the course is Intermediate.

In-House Programs:

In-house Training allow you to leverage our expertise. We can design and deliver a professional training program customized to your training needs, provide targeted objectives & learning outcomes, supply highly trained instructors, and provide stimulating content backed up by flexible and cost-effective options Looking forward to hear from you.

For Registration and more details Please Contact :

Ritesh Akhaury

Phone : +919771493353

Email : ritesh@unicomlearning.com

Website : www.unicomlearning.com
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Great post Thanks!!!

Its really great that the free seminars and road shows are performed at Kolkata and Delhi. All this promotional activities are really going to be helpfull for financial modeling activities in India. Great post thanks.

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