Business decisions and most routine financial roles are increasingly made based on a financial model built in Excel. In today’s ever-changing business environment being able to accurately model and forecast the volatile economic inputs is a critical skill for business professionals, the capability to write simple spreadsheets is just not enough. You have to be able to incorporate all the “what if” scenarios and stress any proposal to its limits. Financial modelling involves developing a dynamic spreadsheet that describes a financial structure. A well-structured financial model can facilitate and improve the reliability, quality and timeliness of your decision-making. Modelling techniques are used in many different areas, such as investment appraisal, capital planning, budgeting, valuation, financial analysis and forecasting. These courses will help participants to design and structure budgeting and forecasting models & to perform what-if analysis in such a way that budget preparation will be reduced to simple input of assumptions.