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Mastering financial modelling in Microsoft Excel: a practitioner's guide to applied corporate finance (3rd edition)
Comprehensive tools and methods to help you build, develop and apply financial models using Microsoft Excel, enabling you to get better, more accurate results, faster.
Financial risk manager handbook
For candidates studying for the Global Association of Risk Professionals annual FRM exams
VaR implementation handbook, The
Examines the application of Value at Risk (VaR) to investments and asset management.
Financial planning using Excel: forecasting, planning and budgeting techniques
For financial planners who want to improve their spreadsheet skills.
Practical financial modelling: a guide to current practice
Introduction to modelling for finance professionals.
On the basis of research involving 25,000 forecasters and a million predictions, the authors identified a set of practices that can improve companies’ prediction capability: providing training in the basics of statistics, assembling teams of forecasters, tracking performance and giving feedback.
Volatility forecasting using financial statement information
This paper examines whether financial statement information can predict future realized equity volatility incremental to market-based equity volatility forecasts. The paper uses an analytical framework to identify accounting-based drivers of realized volatility.
What's in your leadership toolbox?
Finance teams have been moving from counting wealth and policing compliance to creating wealth and strategy, so they need to broaden and upgrade some of their skills. As well as traditional finance functions, senior finance executives and their teams are now often expected to do financial modeling, data analytics, consider cyber security, risk management and more. The authors present their framework to help finance executives develop their leadership abilities.
Best-practice guideline: Financial Modelling 2016
RSM have developed this guideline to best practice, published by the ICAEW’s Corporate Finance Faculty. ICAEW Corporate Finance Faculty members can access the full version through the Faculty's Corporate finance guidelines page.
Articles and books in the Library collection
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Next generation Excel modelling in Excel for analysts and MBAs (for Windows and Mac OS)
(John Wiley & Sons, 2013)
This book "shows you how to harness the full power of Excel to help you to perform an array of advanced business decision making, financial, and accounting functions. You'll learn how to quickly create models that deliver accurate, relevant information to boost efficiency, improve your forecasting ability, and perform an array of other crucial business and reporting functions."
Business and financial models
(Kogan Page, 2013)
This book takes you through the process of building your model, from the initial phase of formulating questions through modelling cash flow, budgets, investment appraisal and 'dashboard' tools for monitoring performance. Business and Financial Models also includes coverage of new visual thinking techniques, and how these can be incorporated into conventional business modelling.
Redefining business models: strategies for a financialised world
A conceptual framework for business models in a time of economic instability.
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