In this webinar Ian Schnoor, Executive Director of the Financial Modeling Institute (FMI) will be taking a deep dive into what it takes to build a strong financial model. You will learn about common mistakes that are made when modeling and also get some tips on improving your skills.
In this session Hilary Smart and Michael Jarman will discuss financial modeling recruitment, what it means to be a good financial modeler, and why the world needs them.
In this session, Ian Schnoor will show you how to check and review a financial model to ensure that it is accurate. He will demonstrate some powerful tips to check and audit a financial model.
During this session, Brian Egger (Global Head of Financial Modeling at Bloomberg Intelligence) will be talking about "details" and what level of detail is enough in financial models.
This session will explore the broader modeling context in blockchain and explain where financial modeling expertise/practice is best placed to the blockchain revolution. Roderick will also define and discuss token fundraise modeling.
During this expert webinar Alli Torban shows us how to re-design a basic chart to make it more effective, visually-appealing and properly styled for PowerPoint presentations. Alli Torban is an Information Design Consultant, based in Washington D.C., who specializes in visual communication so you can convey your big ideas and quickly jump to important conversations.
Have you ever received this dreaded message in Excel - "You have a circular reference in your file"? In this webinar, FMI's Executive Director, Ian Schnoor reviews: What exactly is a circular reference and why some people include them in models; How to properly manage circularity; The pros and cons of circular references in models; How to fix a crashed model; How to build a circuit breaker to turn your circularity on and off with a switch.
Proactively manage what people think and say abut you. By the end of this webinar, you will: Understand personal brands they are so important; Understand what you want to be able to be known for; Be able to shape your brand accordingly; Know how to use your brand for continued success.
If you’re a financial professional looking to grow your data analysis skills, Python offers a great learning opportunity. In this introductory session, you will become familiar with basic programming along with possibilities for integrating Python into their everyday tasks, particularly Excel. After attending this session, you'll be in great shape to conduct rigorous and reproducible analyses, create visualizations unavailable in Excel, and collaborate more effectively with technical professionals.
Power Query is a data transformation tool that allows us to extract and optimize data before it gets to the workbook. In a 2020 survey, average Power Query users reported time savings of 76 working days per year. Yet, most Excel users are still unaware of this tool. Therefore, this session is intended to get you started with Power Query so you can start streamlining your workflow too.
This session will show you how to create functional reports in Power BI, starting with a dataset in Excel. During the building process, we will emphasize key steps of model and report building and explain how we handle them in a way that will produce optimal results.
During this talk, Matthew will explore the power of financial models and how they can be used to make data-driven decisions, communicate positions effectively, and uncover hidden value. The webinar will cover the key elements of financial models and provide practical tips on how to create persuasive arguments.
A dynamic discussion on mastering the nuances of business communication to build credibility, persuade and differentiate yourself. In this webinar, Neil Grammer, President of Dialogue Strategies, talks about developing and delivering clear, succinct, actionable messages with confidence and composure.