Excel financial modelling course training
Most of Financial Training Associates’ courses are taught in-house on company premises. In response to demand, we have made a small selection of our courses available for public booking.
Compared to other London training companies, our financial modelling course teaching is conducted in very small group sizes. As a result, delegates generally love their experience with us. You can see that if you browse the reviews filled in and collected at the end of each course we run.
Our course training is totally “hands on”. On a financial modelling course delegates are provided with the opportunity to create their own cash flow forecast in Excel as part of building a complete and integrated model of company accounts.
Our advanced courses explore the depths of Excel functionality and how it can be applied to modelling, as well as showing you how to use VBA to automate mundane tasks, speeding up your work and taking your spreadsheets to the next level.
Our valuation course training is conducted in a workshop format where delegates work to value a company of their choice, using DCF and comparable/ relative multiples. The training courses provide delegates with a comprehensive review of company valuation, principal techniques and their inter-relationships. Just like they might have to in their jobs, delegates start just with a set of publicly available accounts for the company they are interested in, and conduct real valuation work for that business.
Our LBO program asks delegates to analyse real transactions, consider how deals work, and how we can approach the business of modelling cash flows, private equity returns and covenant tests.
Financial Training Associates’ mergers program includes M&A processes, modelling, accounting treatments, deal structuring, financing and key risks.
Other finance course training
A private equity course from Financial Training Asssociates’ explains how the industry works, unpacking recent controversies and challenges for principals. As part of our training courses we explore how private equity firms structure their investments, how management teams benefit and how money is made.
Finance for non-financial managers
On a finance for non-financial managers course, delegates are given the opportunity to understand and interpret company accounts. What do the key line items really mean? How do the accounts link together? On these courses delegates bring a set of financial statements to class, review the statements with their class mates and the course tutor, and use company accounts to generate meaningful information right from the start of training.