FTA Ltd is a company providing finance training and Excel modelling courses.
On a course from Financial Training Associates you’ll experience ‘active learning’, real life case studies, experienced trainers (with the gravitas to generate instant credibility) a few salient war stories and flourishing marker pens.
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Here you can see the reviews a team from an international asset management company (based in the West End of London) gave the VBA macros course. Finance staff found themselves continuously having to rearrange source spreadsheets to fit internal reporting demands. We... Excel VBA macros course IntroMethodOutcomesOutlineReviews This course takes you to the next level with your spreadsheet work, discovering the power of the VBA code behind Excel. If you’ve ever found yourself regularly performing some kind of repetitive task in...Financial training courses you can book on Most of Financial Training Asssociates’ courses are run in-house on company premises. Due to popular demand, we have made a small range of our financial training courses available for public booking. Training at your company... Here you can see all the feedback that the team from Deutsche Bank’s London office recently gave our project finance course: The feedback scores came in at a stunning 95.5% (we’re sure – we put a spreadsheet together). Read more stories Here you can... We can give you an Excel modelling tune up in around ten minutes a day – for free. One email a day for a month We’ll send you one email a day for a month – each email should take only around ten minutes a day to work through. An extract from our... We think Sumproduct is probably the super-hero of Excel financial modelling formulas. We’re not sure Sumproduct really squeezes itself into tights and goes out fighting crime at night, but we think it definitely has some extreme powers that would see it coming...
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