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Financial Modelling in Microsoft Excel (with Danielle Stein Fairhurst)

£99.00 inc. VAT

Learn to efficiently build an effective and robust financial model based on real-world financial modelling challenges. Incorporate current economic uncertainties into the model in order to take calculated risks and make more informed business decisions.


What will you learn?

✔︎ Streamline model building by applying best practice functions, tools and techniques

✔︎ Deal with risk and uncertainty by creating scenarios and performing sensitivity analysis

✔︎ Build stress-tests, what-if and sensitivity analysis into your model by incorporating economic fluctuations

✔︎ Automate common tasks by building macros into your models

✔︎ Translate business concepts into logically structured models and formats

✔︎ Select which advanced formulas are appropriate in different situations


What’s included?

▶️ 5 hours on-demand video with Danielle Stein Fairhurst, Microsoft MVP
🎓 Claim up to 5 hours of CPD (Continuing Professional Development) hours / points
🗂 All presentation and spreadsheet files
🗓 Lifetime on-demand access
🌐 Join from anywhere in the world


*This Masterclass is also included in our 6x Masterclasses Bundle , as well as, our all-inclusive Conference + 6x Masterclasses full event package.

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What will this Masterclass cover?

✔︎ Short-cuts and techniques to build a financial model in less time – Become super-efficient in Excel through intensive use of keyboard shortcuts and best practices to efficiently build an effective and robust model.

✔︎ Experience designing solutions to real-world examples – Create a financial model based on real-world financial modelling challenges. Incorporate current economic uncertainties into the model in order to take more calculated risks and make more informed business decisions.

✔︎ Analytical thought on fluctuating economic assumptions in financial modelling – Identify correct economic inputs to model and deal with fluctuations. Quantify uncertainty in forecasting models with stress-testing, what-if analysis and risk analysis techniques.

✔︎ Knowledge on how to deal with uncertainty and risk in financial modelling – Explore the several different ways to perform scenario and sensitivity analysis in Excel and learn to model in detail the complex but most commonly used methods of showing scenarios using a combination of formulas and drop-down boxes


Technical requirements: Excel (any version)


About your Instructor:

D Danielle Stein Fairhurst is the Principal of Plum Solutions, a Sydneybased consultancy specialising in financial modelling and analysis. She is the author of “Using Excel for Business and Financial Modelling”, Third Edition published by Wiley Finance 2019 and “Financial Modeling in Excel for Dummies” published by Wiley in 2017 (second edition due 2022). In 2021 she was awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award. With over 20 years’ experience as a financial analyst, she helps her clients create meaningful financial models in the form of business cases, pricing models and management reports. She has hands-on experience in a number of industry sectors, including telecoms, information systems, manufacturing and financial services.

Danielle has regular engagements around Australia and globally as a speaker, course facilitator and financial modelling consultant. She founded the Financial Modellers’ Meetup groups which attracts participants from all over the world as well as a LinkedIn forum with over 50,000 members. An advocate for women in finance, she was on the Diversity Council for the ModelOff Financial Modeling World Championships and founded the Women in Financial Modelling online community. She is a Chartered Financial Modeler (FMI) and holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) and has taught management accounting subjects at Sydney University.