Liam Bastick runs consulting, auditing and training firm SumProduct, offering services in Excel, financial modelling, Power BI, M&A and valuations. With arguably the world’s worst sense of humour, Liam is on a mission to change the world one analyst at a time so they will work more efficiently and effectively in all things decision analytical. Based in Australia but always in the air, Liam is highly proactive in Excel summits around the world (including Amsterdam, Auckland, Brisbane, Kuala Lumpur, London, Melbourne, New York, Perth, Toronto, Sydney and Wellington) and is an established author with six books in Excel, financial modelling, mathematics and Power BI.
10 February | 11:00-11:45 GMT | Power Query, Power Pivot and Power BI Track
Introduction to Financial Modelling in Power BI
“I can’t stress how far off the range I’m taking the horses. Want to be a true pioneer? Some may build the odd financial statement in Power BI, but all three? This is new. If I build the calculations for financial statements in Power BI, I can produce statements by product, by customer, by geography, by … Get the picture? This is the next step in financial modelling. It’s evolution and critical for businesses in the current global environment. In just a few short years, Power BI has come from nowhere to become the business intelligence software of choice. Want to push it to its limits?”