The process of conducting financial modeling is aimed at creating a mathematical model that reflects the historical, current or projected value or financial performance of a company, a stock, a project, an investment or any financial asset.
Financial models are used to calculate the impact of different variables, such as interest rates or corporate growth rates, on the value of an asset.
A financial model can range from a simple calculation or formula to a complex series of calculations. Virtually any mathematical formula that is used to calculate or estimate a value related to corporate finance can be used as a financial model. Commonly used financial models in the field of investment banking include financial statement modeling, discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis, accretion/dilution modeling for mergers or acquisitions, and various enterprise value calculations and estimations.
At The Glass Door CES, we have designed our courses in financial modeling for professionals aiming for careers in investment banking as well as for people who are already working in the industry.
We also provide courses on:
- Project finance Concepts and Building Blocks Course
- Course on Valuation of Stocks