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Building Financial Models with Microsoft Excel 2nd Version by Proctor
If this book is of any value to anyone,it would new banking associates/management consultants who will be reviewing the work of others. Amazingly, the book contains numerous errors and inconsistencies among the various figures presented in each chapter. Tracking down the source of the differences brought back (not so) fond memories of my tenure as an investment banker. Stick with the 2004 edition as the new release will probably correct most of these errors.
Building Financial Models with Microsoft Excel Contents
PART ONE The Grasp Finances
- CHAPTER 1 Overview of Budgets and Financial Models
- CHAPTER 2 Working Finances—Assumptions, Gross sales, and Collections
- CHAPTER 3 Working Finances—Value of Items Bought, Stock, and Purchases
- CHAPTER 4 Working Finances—Working Bills
- CHAPTER 5 Working Finances—Earnings Assertion
- CHAPTER 6 Financial Finances—Capital Finances and Money Finances
- CHAPTER 7 Financial Finances—Stability Sheet
PART TWO Financial Statements and Free Money Flows
- CHAPTER 8 Consolidated Financial Statements
- CHAPTER 9 Free Money Flows and Dashboard
PART THREE Evaluation of a Financial Mannequin
- CHAPTER 10 Sensitivity Evaluation
- CHAPTER 11 Contribution Margin Evaluation
- CHAPTER 12 Financial Ratios Evaluation
- CHAPTER 13 Valuation
- CHAPTER 14 Capitalization Chart
Preface to Building Financial Models with Microsoft Excel
Building Financial Models with Microsoft Excel is a step-by-step complete information to the method of constructing monetary fashions utilizing Microsoft Excel.
I designed and wrote this guide with the precise aim of constructing you a complicated monetary model-builder utilizing Excel.
That is neither an accounting/finance textbook nor a “how one can use Microsoft Excel” guide. Moderately, this guide represents real-world information to utilizing a robust instrument (Microsoft Excel) to perform a fancy job (constructing a monetary mannequin).
When you’re completed studying this guide, it is best to have a agency understanding of the steps concerned in constructing monetary fashions and it is best to know how one can use Excel to place that understanding to work within the type of a working monetary mannequin.
A monetary mannequin is a quantitative illustration of an organization’s previous, current, and future enterprise operations.
Firms of every type and sizes use monetary fashions on daily basis to research and plan their enterprise actions.
Financial fashions function the inspiration and foundation of normal monetary accounting experiences, together with the Stability Sheet, the Earnings Assertion, and the Assertion of Money Flows.
This guide comprises step-by-step directions for constructing a monetary mannequin.
As such, this guide can function both a tutorial or a reference. It’s my hope that this guide helps to demystify the method of constructing a monetary mannequin.
Microsoft Excel is a robust utility for the gathering, evaluation, and presentation of knowledge within the enterprise world.
This guide goal to construct on the stable performance and usefulness of Excel and prolong these options into a particular and centered enterprise utility—that of constructing a working monetary mannequin.
In so doing, this guide extends the how-to nature of many Excel-oriented books to the subject material of monetary modeling. Excel is a perfect instrument for the design, building, and upkeep of monetary fashions.
Whereas many enterprise individuals are acquainted with the output of monetary fashions, specifically the consolidated monetary statements (Stability Sheet, Earnings Assertion, and Assertion of Money Flows), few professionals are really adept at constructing an correct and efficient monetary mannequin from the bottom-up.
This guide goals to endow you with the talents required to construct a great monetary mannequin. This guide applies to 2 particular variations of Microsoft Excel:
Microsoft Excel 2007 (working on the Microsoft Vista working system) and Microsoft Excel 2008 for Mac (working on the Mac OS X (10.5.6 or increased) working system).
The overall strategy outlined on this guide applies additionally to earlier variations of Excel, however, the guide is geared in the direction of Excel 2007 (working on the Microsoft Vista working system).
Furthermore, Excel 2008 for Mac interface (working on the Mac OS X (10.5.6 or increased) working system) differs from the interface proven on this guide, however the related performance of Excel 2008 for Mac intently mirrors the Excel performance lined on this guide.
Building Financial Models with Microsoft Excel: A Guide for Business Professionals (Wiley Finance) PDF
Author(s): K. Scott Proctor
Series: Wiley Finance
Publisher: Wiley, Year: 2009
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