Most Practical Financial Modelling Hands-On Workshop To Make Your Life Easier

Effectively Communicate And Systematically Analyze Financial Statements 

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Basic Financial Modeling

(15, 17 & 19 February 2021)

Intermediate Financial Modeling

(3, 5 & 7 May 2021)

Advanced Financial Modeling

(16, 18 & 20 August 2021)

Time: 9:00 AM  to 1:00 PM, SGT

(Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

This Training is Perfect For...

Senior Businessman

C-Levels

This course will be valuable to leaders who is faced with quantitative decision making.

Includes: CEO, CFO, COO, CHRO, Finance Directors, Financial Controllers, Head of Finance

Analyzing Data

Accounting & Finance

This workshop will benefit accounting and finance leaders who is faced with model building, statistical and data analysis and more.

Includes: Financial Analysts, Accountants, Auditors, Credit managers, Financial and management accountants, Financial project administrators, Profect finance professionals, Financial planners

Office Coffee Break

Leaders

This training will be valuable to leaders who is faced with financial and non financial reporting, budgeting and planning

Includes: Directors/Heads/Managers of Strategic Planning, Directors/Heads/Managers of Business Development, Project Managers, Risk Managers, Human Resources  and other Department Heads or Managers

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  • Do you find it frustrating when it takes you too long to complete a task?

  • Do you believe that you need simpler functions rather than using the applications that you have been using for years?

  • Do you feel stressed that even with a few training attended, you are not clear with the usage and step by step process to leverage on the right Excel functions? 

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Financial Report

Producing and Publishing Model Output for EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION  and WORKABILITY

In this first part we will take a specific look at the overall design of a financial model, providing insight into the usage of spreadsheet features, formatting and calculations. This section will provide a hands-on focal point for the designing of your own financial model using Excel.

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SYSTEMATICALLY Analysing Financial Statements for Improved Model Performance

In Part two we undertake a review of data that organisations provide for us: the data normally comes from the financial reporting process. We then undertake a systematic and interactive review of the data we have gathered.

Market Analysis

Highlighting Key Financial Management Principles Underpinning EFFECTIVE MODEL DEVELOPMENT

A comprehensive examination of the key components of financial statements and financial management will assist in developing effective models that will be vital as you create a world class financial model using Excel.

Here's What You Will Learn from this Hand-On Workshop

Learn Directly From  Duncan Williamson...

Duncan combines his extensive academic and training experience with significant manufacturing and commercial work. In addition to working as a teacher and trainer, Duncan has experience of working in a wide variety of settings, ranging from working as a management accountant in process industries in the UK to product cost consulting in several industries in Eastern Europe and the oil and gas industry in the Middle East. Duncan has worked in and around a number of oil and gas-based companies over recent years.

He has published books, articles and case studies. His latest books Introduction to Power Pivot and Introduction to Power BI for Desktop to be published by Bookboon and Amazon

Countries of Work Experience: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Romania, United Kingdom, Afghanistan, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Hungary, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Pakistan, Holland, Sudan, Albania, Qatar, Mexico, Angola

Significant Areas of Expertise: cost and management accounting, financial accounting and bookkeeping, financial reporting under IFRS, financial modelling, spread sheet modelling, and product cost modelling.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Peter Yu

Happy to have attended this online training since it helps a lot in my work as analyst in Controllership. Mr. Duncan gracefully showed his expertise in the course topics , and very thankful for the useful tips/tricks of financial modelling.

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Apple Mae Montablan

I have wanted a long time ago to attend a financial modelling training. My job is very heavy on spreadsheets. Sometimes, I find it frustrating when I feel like I take too long to complete a task. So, this training is kinda a dream come true for me! I was able to pick out a lot of pointers on how I can improve my worksheets

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Jeni Zafra

The course is highly recommended as it provides useful information that will make data analysis easier to prepare and present. The facilitators and instructor were very organized and attended to the needs and questions of the participants.

Prerequisites

• Delegates should have a good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel: you don’t need to be an advanced user, just aware of and be confident in the use of basic Excel

• Delegates should also be in possession of their laptops loaded with Office365/Excel 2016

• You will also need to ensure that Power Query and Power Pivot are fully operational: you will receive a delegates’ pack in advance of the course and full instructions will be given then

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Young Businessman

Francis Buenaventura

Course was very comprehensive but the material very much relevant and applicable to corporate career. - Francis Buenaventura

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Monica Fajardo

The instructor had a very good idea of what we would need Excel to do in our work and was able to point out some really helpful and useful techniques for us to apply at work

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Rizalyn Guico

There were applications that we've been using for years and only to find out there were simpler commands we can use. The training will be very useful and applicable being a finance person.

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REGISTER TO THIS VIRTUAL PROGRAM

 

Basic Financial Modeling

(15, 17 & 19 February 2021)

Intermediate Financial Modeling

(3, 5 & 7 May 2021)

Advanced Financial Modeling

(16, 18 & 20 August 2021)

Time: 9:00 AM  to 1:00 PM, SGT

(Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

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  • Location is subject to change for face to face training

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  • Please note that trainers and topics were confirmed at time of publishing, however, CTS may necessitate substitution, alterations or cancellations. CTS reserves the right to change or cancel any part of its published programmed due to unforeseen circumstances.

  • Registrations should be made 4 weeks prior to training date for face to face and 1 week before training date for online

  • Full payment for the course should be made prior to training date unless you have pre-arranged terms with us.

  • Cancellation 3 weeks prior to event date or no shows are liable to pay the full course with no refund, however you may substitute delegates at any time with notice

  • Participants are required to attend at least 80% of the course program prior receipt of Certificate

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