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Financial Modeling Using Excel


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Financial Modeling Using Excel


This course is designed for Officers, Executives, Supervisors, Administrators, Managers of all levels; and personnel who already know and understand and want to further enhance their Financial Modeling knowledge using Microsoft Excel 2007 and above.


Basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel (Foundation & Intermediate) is essential with the follow pre-requisites:

• Have attended Microsoft Excel – Foundation & Intermediate Level, OR

• Able to switch between task applications

• Able to perform SUMIF and COUNTIF Functions

• Able to perform IF Functions

• Able to perform NESTED Functions

• Able To define and use Range Names

• Able To use Auto and Advanced Filter


This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, discussions, and practical exercises


Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to:

• Understanding of a spreadsheet ad its benefits

• Equip with essential skills of effectively utilizing spreadsheet software in a day-to-day business environment

• Be an Excel power-user with the aim of reducing non-value adding tasks.

• Create Financial Models and Investment Models

• Create Scenario Analysis and Dash Boards

• Create Drop-down boxes and scroll-bars for flash analysis

• Understand and apply Forecasting concepts and being able to track forecasting errors

• Apply certain new functions appearing in Excel 2007 onwards

• Perform What If Analysis using:

o Goal Seek

o Solver

o Input Table

o Scenarios

• Record A Macro and assign it to an Object

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Module 1: Financial Models

• Introduction & types of financial models

• Program scope

• Financial model structure

• Budgeting & forecasting

• The budgeting & forecasting process

Module 2: Building the financial model

• Building revenue & expense drivers

• Revenue & cost projection

• Modelling the Income Statement & supporting cost centre sheets

• Building the headcount & payroll model

• Projecting the balance sheet

Module 3: Forecasting methods

• Qualitative and Quantitative forecasting methods

• Naïve method, Simple Moving Average, Simple Weighted Moving Average, Exponential Smoothing, Correlation, Regression Analysis

• Forecast Sheet function (applies to Excel 2016 & above)

• Multiple Regression Analysis, Coefficient Correlation, Coefficient of Determination

• CORREL, TREND and new iterations of the FORECAST functions

• Tracking forecasting accuracy as a KPI

• Using Excel’s Data Analysis tools- Exponential Smoothing, Moving Average and Regression

Module 4: Price setting for products & services

• Understanding price and demand curves

• Price elasticity of demand computation methods

• Decisions in price setting

Module 5: Cashflow

• Working capital components, ratios & cash conversion cycle

• Cash flow projection using the direct method

• Free Cash Flow (FCF)

Module 6: Form Controls

• Essential Form Controls & overview

• Incorporating Form Controls into financial models & sensitivity analysis

Module 7: Extracting and consolidating historical accounting data

• Using Power Query to extract & consolidate historical data

• Building forecasting working templates from historical data

• Building sensitivity analysis into forecast templates

Module 8: NPV & IRR

• Time value of money & discounted cashflows

• Compounding and Discounting- what’s the difference?

• NPV vs IRR introduction

• Implications of NPV vs IRR in decision-making

Module 9: Investment metrics


• Equity multiple

• Peak capital

Module 10: Important Excel knowledge

• Essential Excel functions in financial modeling- VLOOKUP, SUMIF, SUMIFS, COUNTIF, COUNTIFS, IFERROR, INDEX, MATCH, INDIRECT

• Utilize macros to automate simple tasks

Vincent Chin Yuen Choon

Vincent Chin Yuen Choon

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