The complete Online Recording+Excel Templates+Case Studies on Modeling in Finance Project Finance BASIC
This course will help the students learn how to build a Project Appraisal Financial models using Excel for large projects (taking a real estate commercial project as case study) which are normally based upon complex financial and contractual structures involving many legal entities.
COMPATIBLE ON DIFFERENT PLATFORMS: Use our specially-designed LMS(Learning Management system) on your phone, desktops, tablets & across various platforms viz. Windows, etc.
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|Week-I: Basics of Financial Statements||6|
|Week-II: Getting acquainted with Excel||7|
|Week-III: Nuances of Project Finance Modeling||7|
|Week-IV: Project Cost Build-Up & IDC||5|
|Week-V: Capex & Financing Schedule||6|
|Week-VI: Modeling Delays & Consolidation||9|
|Week-VII: Debt and Revenue schedule, and Deferred Taxes||10|
|Week-VIII: Asset Schedule, Operation Cost, and P&L||8|
|Week-IX: Equity Schedule, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow Statement, and Basics of Corporate Finance||7|
|Week-X: Building Free Cash Flows, Net Operating Income, and Scenarios using Data Tables||12|
|Week-XI: Advanced Scenarios using Macros, Monte Carlo Simulations,and Dashboard||8|
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