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  • 30 Hrs of High Quality e-Learning access
  • Chapter-end Quizzes
  • Excel Templates for practice
  • Case study based chapters
  • 2 FM With MS Excel Simulation exams
  • Covers M&A, Valuation, LBO Models, VBA and Macro

Course description

  • What are the course objectives?

    Simplilearn’s Financial Modeling with MS Excel Foundation & Advanced training is designed for professionals to master finance modeling by applying advanced-level tools and applications of Excel. Financial modeling is the task of building a model that represents financial asset analysis and performance of a business. The Excel-based financial modeling skills you will learn in this course include advanced valuation modeling, shortcuts, ratio analysis, M&A analysis, project finance modeling, advanced MapReduce and charting techniques and usage of the financial calculator function. The course addresses theoretical concepts and provides practical experience working with Excel financial models to succeed in today’s demanding business environment.

  • Why is the certification in such high demand?

    Given the complex nature of today’s business scenarios, there has been a shift towards using powerful spreadsheet capabilities to facilitate detailed, comprehensive financial models. Spreadsheet software also allows business professionals to present data in a compelling way using numerous visual elements through back-end code. Microsoft Excel is the most feature-rich and commonly used software for spreadsheet-based modeling

  • What skills will you learn?

    At the end of Simplilearn’s Financial Modeling with MS Excel Foundation & Advanced Certification Training, you will gain an understanding of:
    • Valuation modeling
    • Project finance modeling
    • Mergers and acquisition modeling
    • Macros for financial modeling
    • Advanced Excel functions for financial modeling
    • Advanced charting, dashboarding and MapReduce techniques
    • Advanced features of the financial calculator to measure time value of money, cash flow and much more

  • What are the career benefits for this course?

    • According to recent surveys by payscale.com, the salary of a financial consultant can be as high as $128,051.
    • Per indeed.com, the average income of a Financial Modeling Analyst is $79,000.
    • Understanding of financial modeling techniques improves your ability to prevent financial errors and minimize risk in your organization.
    • Certified financial modeling professional are globally recognized and can fill valuable roles in credit rating agencies, equity research firms, investment banks, qualitative and quantitative research houses, mutual funds and project finance companies.

  • Who should take this course?

    The following roles are ideal for this course:
    • MBA students and graduates with a focus on commerce
    • Investment bankers
    • Business analysts
    • Professionals in corporate finance
    • Project finance or any finance and commerce professionals looking to strengthen their knowledge of financial modeling techniques

  • What is Financial Modeling?

    Financial modeling is the process of creating a complete mathematical model which helps in any financial decision making. It is a mandatory activity for investment bankers, bankers, project finance professionals, equity researchers, private equity and venture capital professionals and many other roles.

  • How is Excel used for financial modeling?

    Microsoft Excel has become the industry standard tool for finance professionals worldwide as it provides a comprehensive set of functions in an intuitive, easy-to-use interface for a wide range of financial modeling scenarios. Combined with the programmability that is built into Microsoft Excel, it provides a powerful platform for financial modelers.

  • Why choose Simplilearn for your training?

    • Simplilearn is one of the world’s largest certification training providers, with more than 500,000 professionals trained globally
    • Trusted by Fortune 500 companies as their learning provider for career growth and training
    • Thousands of certified and experienced trainers conducting trainings around the world
    • Robust learning management system (LMS) designed to ensure you pass your certification tests on the first attempt.
    • Accredited, Approved and Recognized as a training organization, partner, education provider and examination center by globally renowned names like Project Management Institute, APMG, CFA Institute, GARP, ASTQB, IIBA and others
    • Our high-touch support model with 24/7 teaching assistance provides a fulfilling online learning experience, from the moment you start your training to the day you get your certification

Course preview

    • Module 00 - Introduction 04:13
      • 1 Introduction to Financial Modeling program00:29
      • 2 Agenda00:21
      • 3.What is Financial Modeling00:18
      • 4 Course structure01:33
      • 5 Spreadsheet usage in Financial Modeling01:13
      • 6 Thank You00:19
    • Module 1A - Part 01 - Introduction to valuation modeling 39:38
      • 1 Module 1-A : Valuation modelling Part 1 - Introduction to valuation modelling00:55
      • 2 Agenda01:21
      • 3 Understanding integrated financial models00:55
      • 4 Understanding integrated financial model (ctd1)01:22
      • 5 Understanding integrated financial models (ctd2)01:46
      • 6 Understanding integrated financial models (ctd3)01:14
      • 7 Understanding integrated financial models (cdt4)01:14
      • 8 Understanding integrated financial models (cdt5)00:47
      • 9 Understanding integrated financial models (cdt6)01:20
      • 10 Case study 1 : How to define a worst case scenario01:10
      • 11 Scenario analysis00:55
      • 12 Case study 1 : how to define a worst case scenario (ctd1)01:06
      • 13 Case study 1 : How to define a worst case scenario (ctd2)01:26
      • 14 Working with cash-flows01:16
      • 15 Working with cash-flows (ctd1)00:32
      • 16 Case study 2 : building a cash-flow projection for a fixed-coupon bond00:19
      • 17 Interest-rates and the price of time00:50
      • 18 Interest-rates and the price of time (ctd1)01:07
      • 19 Interest-rates and the price of time (ctd2)01:29
      • 20 Interest-rates and the price of time (ctd3)01:04
      • 21 Interest-rates and the price of time (ctd4)01:06
      • 22 Quiz16:16
      • 23 Thank You00:08
    • Module 1A - Part 02 - Putting it together : How to value a company 30:51
      • 1 Module 1-A : Valuation modelling Part 2 - Putting it together : How to value a company00:53
      • 2 Agenda01:38
      • 3 Backward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques00:54
      • 4 Backward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques (ctd1)00:51
      • 5 Backward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques (ctd2)01:35
      • 6 Backward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques (ctd3)00:30
      • 7 Backward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques (ctd4)00:50
      • 8 Backward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques (ctd5)01:23
      • 9 Backward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques (ctd6)00:36
      • 10 Backward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques (ctd7)01:36
      • 11 Backward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques (ctd8)00:45
      • 12 Backward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques (ctd9)00:40
      • 13 Backward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques (ctd10)01:10
      • 14 Case study 3 : profitability analysis01:00
      • 15 Forward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques01:20
      • 16 Forward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques (ctd1)00:58
      • 17 Forward-looking accounting-based valuation techniques (ctd2)01:04
      • 18 Discounted cash-flows valuation techniques01:33
      • 19 Discounted cash-flows valuation techniques (ctd1)00:54
      • 20 Discounted cash-flows valuation techniques (ctd2)01:09
      • 21 Discounted cash-flows valuation techniques (ctd3)01:12
      • 22 Discounted cash-flows valuation techniques (ctd4)00:52
      • 23 Quiz07:25
      • 24 Thank You00:03
    • Module 1B - Part 01 - Profitability analysis 30:46
      • 1 Module 1-B : Project finance modeling Part 1 - Profitability analysis01:05
      • 2 Agenda01:30
      • 3 The Internal Rate of Return (IRR)01:43
      • 4 Case study: Calculating an IRR00:47
      • 5 Case study: Calculating an IRR (ctd1)01:07
      • 6 Analysis of costs00:53
      • 7 Analysis of costs (ctd...)01:10
      • 8 Analysis of costs (ctd...)00:59
      • 9 Opportunity cost00:50
      • 10 Opportunity cost (ctd 1)00:36
      • 11 Opportunity cost (ctd 2)00:54
      • 12 Case study: The prisoner's dilemma00:50
      • 13 Case study: The prisoner's dilemma (ctd1)00:49
      • 14 Case study: The prisoner's dilemma (ctd2)00:32
      • 15 Case study 6 : Profitability of a Venture Capital(VC) fund investment00:49
      • 16 Various measures of profitability00:42
      • 17 Case study 6 : Profitability of a Venture Capital(VC) fund investment00:31
      • 18 Quiz14:51
      • 19 Thank You00:08
    • Module 1B - Part 02 - Capital usage and diversification 26:53
      • 1 Module 1-B : Project finance modelling Part 2 - Capital usage and diversification00:56
      • 2 Agenda00:57
      • 3 Introduction to Capital00:36
      • 4 Introduction to Capital (ctd 1)00:26
      • 5 Introduction to Capital (ctd 2)00:41
      • 6 Introduction to Capital (ctd 3)00:37
      • 7 Introduction to Capital (ctd 4)00:58
      • 8 Introduction to Capital (ctd 5)00:46
      • 9 Capital-based profitability measures00:44
      • 10 Capital-based profitability measures (ctd 1)01:22
      • 11 Capital-based profitability measures (ctd 2)01:32
      • 12 Capital-based profitability measures (ctd 3)00:51
      • 13 Capital-based profitability measures (ctd 4)00:53
      • 14 Capital-based profitability measures (ctd 5)01:52
      • 15 Contribution of additional risks01:00
      • 16 Case study 7 : understanding diversification01:19
      • 17 Case study 7 : Understanding diversification (ctd 1)01:37
      • 18 Assessing required capital01:01
      • 19 Case study 8 : Calculating a Value at Risk00:55
      • 20 Case study 8 : Calculating a Value at Risk (ctd 1)01:03
      • 21 Quiz06:39
      • 22 Thank You00:08
    • Module 1C - Part 01 - Advanced company valuation 23:10
      • 1 Module 1-C : Merger and acquisition modeling Part 1 - Advanced company valuation00:51
      • 2 Agenda01:39
      • 3 From several values to one valuation01:15
      • 4 From several values to one valuation (ctd1)01:07
      • 5 From several values to one valuation (ctd2)01:38
      • 6 From several values to one valuation (ctd3)00:35
      • 7 From several values to one valuation (ctd4)00:52
      • 8 From several values to one valuation (ctd5)01:06
      • 9 Influence of external factors00:58
      • 10 Influence of external factors (ctd1)01:14
      • 11 Case study 9: impact of credit rating agencies00:41
      • 12 Case study 9: impact of credit rating agencies (ctd1)01:00
      • 13 Case study 9: impact of credit rating agencies (ctd2)01:40
      • 14 Case study 9: impact of credit rating agencies (ctd3)01:25
      • 15 Analysis of synergies01:00
      • 16 Analysis of synergies (cdt1)00:57
      • 17 Quiz05:04
      • 18 Thank You00:08
    • Module 1C - Part 02 - Debt and equity structures 23:53
      • 1 Module 1-C : Merger and acquisitions modelling Part 2 - Debt and equity structures01:04
      • 2 Agenda01:31
      • 3 Financing acquisition deals01:19
      • 4 Financing acquisition deals (ctd1)01:24
      • 5 Financing acquisition deals (ctd2)00:49
      • 6 The various types of M and A deals01:13
      • 7 The various types of M and A deals (ctd1)00:34
      • 8 Case study 10: valuing warrants01:41
      • 9 Case study 10: valuing warrants (ctd1)01:05
      • 10 Case study 10: valuing warrants (ctd2)00:45
      • 11 Capital increases: dilution and accretion effects01:18
      • 12 Case study 11: Leveraged buy-outs01:05
      • 13 Case study 11: Leveraged buy-outs (ctd1)00:54
      • 14 Case study 12: Full valuation model01:09
      • 15 Case study 12: Full valuation model (ctd1)00:29
      • 16 Case study12 Full valuation model (ctd2)00:45
      • 17 Quiz06:40
      • 18 Thank You00:08
    • Module 2A - Part 01 - Introduction to the use of macros 31:48
      • 1 Module 2-A : Macros for financial modelling Part 1 - Introduction to the use of macros01:03
      • 2 Agenda01:23
      • 3 Writing and using macros01:20
      • 4 Writing and using macros (cdt1)00:57
      • 5 Writing and using macros (cdt2)01:42
      • 6 Writing and using macros00:52
      • 7 Case study 13: price of a fixed coupon bond macro01:05
      • 8 Case study 13: price of a fixed coupon bond macro (ctd1)00:54
      • 9 Case study 13: price of a fixed coupon bond macro (ctd1)01:02
      • 10 Case study 13: price of a fixed coupon bond macro (ctd1)01:11
      • 11 Working with cells and ranges01:45
      • 12 Working with cells and ranges (ctd1)01:27
      • 13 Working with cells and ranges (ctd2)00:38
      • 14 Working with cells and ranges (ctd1)00:38
      • 15 Working with cells and ranges (ctd2)01:08
      • 16 Working with cells and ranges (ctd3)01:09
      • 17 Working with cells and ranges (ctd4)01:14
      • 18 Working with cells and ranges (ctd5)01:06
      • 19 Case study 14: applying a function to an array01:17
      • 20 Working with cells and ranges (ctd6)01:17
      • 21 Using VB forms controls for flexible GUIs01:07
      • 22 Case study 15: Displaying the result of a calculation in a VB form01:04
      • 23 Quiz06:29
    • Module 2A - Part 02 - Dynamic use of macros and advanced concepts 31:22
      • 1 Module 2-A : Macros for financial modelling Part 2 - Dynamic use of macros and advanced concepts00:53
      • 2 Agenda02:08
      • 3 The various elements of VBA coding02:03
      • 4 The various elements of VBA coding (ctd1)00:26
      • 5 The various elements of VBA coding (ctd2)01:53
      • 6 The various elements of VBA coding (ctd3)01:07
      • 7 The various elements of VBA coding (ctd4)01:17
      • 8 The various elements of VBA coding (ctd5)01:12
      • 9 Case study 16: defining new types of objects01:09
      • 10 Case study 16: defining new types of objects (ctd1)01:01
      • 11 Case study 16: defining new types of objects (ctd2)00:32
      • 12 Case study 16: defining new types of objects (ctd3)00:37
      • 13 Case study 16: defining new types of objects (ctd4)00:05
      • 14 Breaking circular loops01:00
      • 15 Breaking circular loops (ctd1)00:50
      • 16 Writing a comprehensive macro00:43
      • 17 Case study 17: Monte-Carlo simulation macro to price an equity option02:01
      • 18 Case study 17: Monte-Carlo simulation macro to price an equity option (ctd1)01:23
      • 19 Case study 17: Monte-Carlo simulation macro to price an equity option (ctd2)00:39
      • 20 Case study 17: Monte-Carlo simulation macro to price an equity option (ctd3)00:13
      • 21 Quiz10:10
    • Module 2B - Part 01 - Spreadsheet data manipulation 18:46
      • 1 Module 2-B : Advanced Excel Functions for Financial Modelling Part 1 - Spreadsheet Data Manipulation 01:28
      • 2 Agenda00:52
      • 3 Search Functions00:55
      • 4 Search Functions (ctd1)02:55
      • 5 Case study: Vlookup Function01:27
      • 6 Ranges and Names01:18
      • 7 Name Manager00:18
      • 8 Name Manager (ctd1)00:15
      • 9 Introduction to the Excel Solver02:55
      • 10 Introduction to the Excel Solver (ctd1)00:08
      • 11 Case study: calculating an IRR using the Excel Solver01:51
      • 12 Case study: calculating an IRR (ctd1)01:12
      • 13 Quiz03:04
      • 14 Thank You00:08
    • Module 2B - Part 02 - Using excel built-in functions 38:10
      • 1 Module 2-B : Advanced Excel Functions for Financial Modelling Part 2 - Using excel built-in functions00:39
      • 2 Agenda01:09
      • 3 Statistical Functions02:49
      • 4 Case study: Percentile Function00:59
      • 5 Case study: Percentrank Function01:28
      • 6 Probabilistic Functions01:23
      • 7 Normal Distribution Functions00:55
      • 8 Normal Distribution Functions01:08
      • 9 Normal Distribution Functions00:51
      • 10 Normal Distribution Functions01:16
      • 11 Normal Distribution Functions00:56
      • 12 Case study: Black-Scholes Model00:45
      • 13 Case study: Black-Scholes Model (ctd1)00:10
      • 14 Case study: Black-Scholes Model (ctd2)00:12
      • 15 Case study: Black-Scholes Model (ctd3)01:48
      • 16 Date and Time Functions01:37
      • 17 Date and Time Functions01:58
      • 18 Case study: Bond Valuation using DAYS360 Function01:50
      • 19 Case study: Bond Valuation using DAYS360 Function01:42
      • 20 Case study: Bond Valuation using DAYS360 Function02:51
      • 21 Case study: Bond Valuation using DAYS360 Function05:44
      • 22 Text and String Functions01:34
      • 23 Text and String Functions (ctd1)01:20
      • 24 Text and String Functions (ctd2)00:56
      • 25 Quiz02:02
      • 26 Thank You00:08
    • Module 2C - Part 01 - Using charts in Excel 16:20
      • 1 Module 2-C : Advanced charting and dash-boarding techniques Part 11 - Using charts in Excel00:53
      • 2 Agenda01:00
      • 3 Charts basics00:48
      • 4 Charts basics (ctd1)01:03
      • 5 Charts basics - Case study 23: examples of charts01:14
      • 6 Charts basics - Case study 23: examples of charts (ctd1)01:21
      • 7 Charts basics - Case study 23: examples of charts (ctd2)00:56
      • 8 Charts basics - Case study 23: examples of charts (ctd3)00:53
      • 9 Charts basics - Case study 23: examples of charts (ctd4)01:05
      • 10 Charts formatting00:27
      • 11 Charts formatting (ctd1)00:48
      • 12 Charts formatting (ctd2)00:21
      • 13 Charts formatting (ctd3)00:28
      • 14 Advanced charting techniques00:36
      • 15 Advanced charting techniques (ctd1)00:49
      • 16 Advanced charting techniques (ctd2)00:41
      • 17 Advanced charting techniques (ctd3)00:25
      • 18 Advanced charting techniques - Case study 24: changing the data ranges from VB00:33
      • 19 Quiz01:51
      • 20 Thank You00:08
    • Module 2C - Part 02 - Using tables and automatic formatting 12:00
      • 1 Module 2-C : Advanced charting and dash-boarding techniques Part 2 - Using tables and automatic formatting01:07
      • 2 Agenda01:03
      • 3 Using tables00:56
      • 4 Using tables (ctd1)00:44
      • 5 Creating dashboards00:44
      • 6 Creating dashboards (ctd1)00:44
      • 7 Creating dashboards (ctd2)00:44
      • 8 Creating dashboards (ctd3)00:44
      • 9 Creating dashboards (ctd4)00:44
      • 10 Creating dashboards (ctd5)01:20
      • 11 Creating dashboards - Case study 25: creating a company dashboard00:57
      • 12 Quiz02:05
      • 13 Thank You00:08
    • Module 01 - ValuationModeling 39:27
      • 1.1 Welcome00:07
      • 1.2 Advanced Financial Modeling Course00:48
      • 1.3 Advanced Financial Modeling An Introduction02:10
      • 1.4 Advanced FM Course Contents02:13
      • 1.5 Valuation Modeling00:45
      • 1.6 Agenda00:50
      • 1.7 Excel Shortcuts for Financial Modeling 102:53
      • 1.8 Excel Shortcuts for Financial Modeling 202:04
      • 1.9 Excel Formulas for Financial Modeling02:30
      • 1.10 Building Historical and Projected Financial Statements10:14
      • 1.11 Ratio Analysis 102:35
      • 1.12 Ratio Analysis 203:13
      • 1.13 Ratio Analysis 302:41
      • 1.14 Ratio Analysis 405:25
      • 1.15 Summary00:55
      • 1.16 Quiz
      • 1.17 Thank You00:04
    • Module 02 - Merger and Acquisition Analysis 24:47
      • 2.1 Welcome00:07
      • 2.2 Merger and Acquisition Analysis00:24
      • 2.3 Agenda00:35
      • 2.4 Merger and Acquisition Analysis Basics02:36
      • 2.5 Bid Evaluation09:47
      • 2.6 Accretion and Dilution Analysis03:29
      • 2.7 Accretion and Dilution Analysis Example02:41
      • 2.8 Contribution Analysis01:04
      • 2.9 Contribution Analysis Example03:21
      • 2.10 Summary00:39
      • 2.11 Quiz
      • 2.12 Thank You00:04
    • Module 03 - Project Finance Modeling 25:22
      • 3.1 Welcome00:07
      • 3.2 Project Finance Modeling00:46
      • 3.3 Agenda00:39
      • 3.4 Project Finance An Introduction03:03
      • 3.5 Project Finance Modeling An Introduction02:18
      • 3.6 Date Functions in Excel04:13
      • 3.7 Risk Analysis03:10
      • 3.8 Modeling Cash Flow Waterfall03:42
      • 3.9 Circular References and Modeling IDC06:29
      • 3.10 Summary00:51
      • 3.11 Quiz
      • 3.12 Thank You00:04
    • Module 04 - Monte Carlo Simulation 20:03
      • 4.1 Welcome00:06
      • 4.2 Monte Carlo Simulation01:01
      • 4.3 Agenda00:33
      • 4.4 Monte Carlo Simulation An Introduction04:25
      • 4.5 Monte Carlo Simulation Alternative Approaches04:30
      • 4.6 Monte Carlo Simulation Using Excel Worksheet08:39
      • 4.7 Summary00:46
      • 4.8 Quiz
      • 4.9 Thank You00:03
    • Module 05 - Advanced MapReduce 17:31
      • 5.1 Welcome00:07
      • 5.2 Advanced Excel Functions for FM00:42
      • 5.3 Agenda 00:33
      • 5.4 The INDEX Function06:55
      • 5.5 The MATCH Function04:44
      • 5.6 Advanced Lookups Using INDEX and MATCH03:41
      • 5.7 Summary00:44
      • 5.8 Quiz
      • 5.9 Thank You00:05
    • Module 06 - Advanced Charting Techniques 07:46
      • 6.1 Welcome00:06
      • 6.2 Advanced Charting Techniques00:40
      • 6.3 Agenda00:33
      • 6.4 Creating a Valuation Football Field Chart03:32
      • 6.5 Valuation Football Field Godrej Properties Example 100:11
      • 6.6 Valuation Football Field Godrej Properties Example 200:58
      • 6.7 Floating Bar Charts Importance and Uses01:03
      • 6.8 Summary00:40
      • 6.9 Quiz
      • 6.10 Thank You00:03
    • Usage of Financial Calculator 08:11
      • 1.1 Financial Risk Manager (FRM Use of Financial Calculator)01:01
      • 1.2 Agenda00:35
      • 1.3 Approved Calculators00:23
      • 1.4 Time Value of Money - First step00:45
      • 1.5 Time Value of Money - Present Value of Annuities00:33
      • 1.6 Time Value of Money - Future Value of Annuities00:31
      • 1.7 Time Value of Money - Payment Amount00:29
      • 1.8 Time Value of Money - Number of Periods00:27
      • 1.9 Time Value of Money - Interest Rate00:27
      • 1.10 Time Value of Money - Annuities Due00:41
      • 1.11 Uneven Cash Flows00:18
      • 1.12 Future Value of Uneven Cash Flows00:34
      • 1.13 Internal Rate of Return (IRR)00:19
      • 1.14 Bond Valuation00:24
      • 1.15 Bond Yield00:10
      • 1.16 Bond Duration00:26
      • 1.17 Thank You00:08
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  • What is Financial Modeling?

    Financial modeling is the process of creating a complete mathematical model which helps in any financial decision making. It is a mandatory activity for investment bankers, bankers, project finance persons, equity researchers, Private Equity folks & Venture Capitalists.

  • What is the use of Excel in Financial Modeling?

    Microsoft® Excel has become the standard tool for finance professionals worldwide as it provides a comprehensive set of functions in an intuitive, easy-to-use pattern for an entire range of financial modeling scenarios. Combined with the programmability that is built-in to Microsoft® Excel, it provides a powerful yet easy to use platform for financial modelers

  • How does Financial Modeling help professionals in their career?

    Financial Modeling helps professionals to decide how much to invest, which project OR

    Asset to invest in, and even whether to invest at all. Remember the Facebook valuation of USD 104 Billion? OR

    What prompted Tata motors Ltd. to acquire Jaguar_Land Rover? Financial Modeling answers it all

  • How will this course help me?

    The course will help you gain
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    3. Practical exercises to sharpen financial decision making skills

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