10 training courses found
This training course provides the opportunity for delegates to practise and improve their ability to model LBOs using Excel. On this course delegates imagine working with a business that is contemplating taking on extra debt as part of an LBO.
This training course provides participants with a comprehensive review of company valuation, the main techniques and their inter-relationships. The review covers topics including obtaining raw data for valuation, “cleaning” source numbers, defining and calculating firm value (enterprise vs.
This course equips participants for analysing, valuing and modelling complicated transactions such as mergers, acquisitions or LBOs (leveraged buyouts). It improves participants’ understanding of the attractions and risks of mergers, acquisitions and levered structures, as used by corporates and private equity firms.
This 3 day financial modelling course is designed as a first program for people who would like an opportunity to improve their ability to model cash flows in Excel. This highly practical course is conducted in a work shop format with delegates working in teams to conduct finanicial modelling work from scratch, such as integrated financial statement modelling using interesting case studies.
This course is designed for participants who have some prior experience of working with Excel financial models. This is a “hands on” program and participants will spend the majority of their time on practical excel financial modelling tasks.
This training course unpacks private equity and management/ leveraged buyouts (MBO/ LBOs). The course is designed for staff for example working with corporate finance advisors, banks or private equity firms.
Financial model building combined with valuation makes this course particularly suitable for someone who thinks they may have to use a financial model in investment appraisal or to value a company. This course overlaps with our regular 3 day financial modelling course.
An advanced financial modelling course designed for those who have some prior experience of working with Excel financial models. This is a “hands on” program where the majority of the time is focussed on practical financial modelling tasks.
Day 1 & 2: Excel model build up Course delegates work together to build up a model of integrated financial statements. Step by step participants create a model, starting from a blank Excel spreadsheet, under the careful supervision of the course tutor.
On our financial analysis and finance for non-financial manager training 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? What’s interesting about what’s buried in the notes? What are the key ratios? How could the statements be used in investment analysis? On this program course 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.