In our financial statement modeling course, you’ll learn how to properly build-out a 3 statement financial model from the ground up and project your financials 5 years out. If you are in finance or accounting, you need this course.
A knowledge of financial modeling is essential everyone in business. In this course, you’ll learn key principles to create an effective financial model and learn to build-out a fully dynamic model.
We’ll top off the course by building a full 3 statement financial model from the ground up. The model will be fully dynamic and include 5 years of projections. Finally, we’ll teach you how to sensitize your model to test your key assumptions and how to properly present your model.
At completion, you’ll build a fully dynamic 3 statement financial model complete with 5 years of projections.
We highly recommend taking our Financial Statement Analysis Bootcamp which teaches you how to analyze the financial statements.
Format: 3-6 minute videos, quizzes, and a final exam
Field of study: Finance
Prerequisites: You should have an intermediate knowledge of Excel (e.g. IF statements, VLOOKUP, COUNTIFS, etc.). If you are not comfortable with Excel, we recommend taking our Microsoft Excel Bootcamp.
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