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Different Valuation Techniques

There are a number of different valuation techniques that can be used to assess the value of a company, and each have t...

FinancialModelTraining still shooting, Blog on hold

We have recently had a few enquiries asking if FinancialModelTraining is still active due to the lack of activity on our...

Financial Modelling fundamental accounting principal

In financial modelling and in accounting there is a fundamental rule that must be satisfied in order for financial state...

Cash Collection Cycle

In the last post we discussed the concept of Working Capital and intoduced the cash collection cycle. The cash collectio...

Working Capital

Working Capital is an important concept to understand in Financial Modelling, as it can often be the main driver of cash...

Return on Invested Capital ROIC part 2

In the last post we discussed the concept of return on invested capital, how to calculate invested capital and ROIC. In ...

Return on Invested Capital ROIC

Return on Invested Capital is an important concept in understanding the value of a company, but one that most people sta...

Valuing High Growth Companies - some basics

Valuing and comparing High Growth companies requires a different approach than those generally used by investors to valu...

Justified PE Ratio

Lots of investors and finance professionals use the PE ratio to assess whether a stock is good value or not, however lot...

Valuation Multiples - EV EBITDA ratio

The last in our blog series on valuation multiples is the EV/EBITDA Ratio. EV/EBITDA Ratio The EV/EBITDA ratio is the ...

Valuation Multiples - PEG Ratio

We are going to run through a few valuation multiples in the next few posts that are used to compare different compan...

Valuation Multiples - Price to Sales Ratio

We are going to run through a few valuation multiples in the next few posts that are used to compare different compani...

Valuation Multiples - Price to Book Ratio

We are going to run through a few valuation multiples in the next few posts that are used to compare different companie...

Valuation Multiples - PE ratio

We are going to run through a few valuation multiples in the next few posts that are used to compare different companies...

Investment Banks in New York and London

A list of the biggest Investment Banks that operate in New York and London includes the following firms(a great starting...

Working on Wall Street - Boutique Banks

This post is part of the Wall Street - Where to start your Corporate Finance Career series contributed by Neil Venters...

DCF - Discounted Cash Flow Basics - Scenarios

This blog is going to run through how to incorporate multiple assumption scenarios into your DCF model. Scenario analysi...

Working on Wall Street - Corporate M&A

This post is part of the Wall Street - Where to start your Corporate Finance Career series contributed by Neil Venter...

Porter's Five Forces

Porter's Five Forces is a simple but effective framework for understanding a company's position and prospects in an econ...

Financial Modeling Basics: Forecasting Sales

Forecasting Sales is probably the most important step in building a Financial Model and valuing a company. If you get sa...

Calculating the Cost of Capital: Issues in Practice

This blog series is going to discuss two distinct issues related to the calculation of the Cost of Capital for a company...

Calculating the Cost of Capital: Issues in Practice, Part 2

This post is the second part of our Calculating the cost of capital series In our Primer, Level 1 and Level 2 Financial...

RMIT Workshop slides

Last week we did a series of workshops for RMIT university covering graduate employment in Australian Finance. Here are ...

Calculating the Cost of Capital: Issues in Practice, Part 3. DCF Excel Financial Modeling Skills

This post is the final part of our Calculating the cost of capital series Is CAPM an appropriate tool for measuring the...

Careers in Australian Finance - Relationship Banking

This Post is part of the Careers in Australian Finance series. What is Relationship Banking?Relationship Ban...

Working on Wall Street - Bulge Bracket Banks

This Post is part of the Wall Street - Where to start your Corporate Finance Career series contributed by Neil Venter...

DCF - Discounted Cash Flow Basics

Discounted Cash Flow valuation is the core tool in valuing a company used by Investment Bankers, Equity Analysts and oth...

Careers in Australian Finance

Following on from Paul's popular postings on Getting a Graduate Job at an Australian Big 4 Bank, we have a new series of...

Investment Banking Careers

I have been asked the question "What do I need to do to get into Investment Banking/Corporate Finance/Equity Research?" ...

5 Minute Leveraged Buyout Deal

In this blog we are going to run through a Leveraged Buyout Transaction in very short form to demonstrate some basics of...

Wall Street - Where to start your Corporate Finance Career

This post series was written by Neil Venters of http://www.mergersandacquisitionsjobs.org/ and will cover US employmen...

Careers in Australian Finance - Equity Research

This Post is part of the Careers in Australian Finance series. What is Equity Research?Equity Research involves ...

Careers in Australian Finance - Accounting Advisory Services

This Post is part of the Careers in Australian Finance series. What is Accounting Advisory Services?Accounting ...

Careers in Australian Finance - Private Equity & Venture Capital

This Post is part of the Careers in Australian Finance series. What is Private Equity & Venture CapitalPriv...

Careers in Australian Finance - Financial Analysis

This Post is part of the Careers in Australian Finance series. What is Financial Analysis?Financial Analysis is ...

Careers in Australian Finance - Mergers & Acquisitions

This Post is part of the Careers in Australian Finance series. What is M&A? M&A is a very popular area for g...

Getting a Graduate Job at an Australian Top 4 Bank – Paul's guide to success

Over the next week, we will release a series of blogs from Paul describing tips on how to get a job at one of Australia'...

Careers in Australian Finance - Corporate Finance & Advisory

This Post is part of the Careers in Australian Finance series. What is Corporate Finance & Advisory? Corporate Fi...

Getting a Graduate Job at an Australian Top 4 Bank – Face to Face Interview

This Post is part of the Australian Big 4 Bank Graduate Job Guide series. The Face to Face Interview is the final sta...

Getting a Graduate Job at an Australian Top 4 Bank – Group Assessment Lab

This Post is part of the Australian Big 4 Bank Graduate Job Guide series. Each of the Big 4 Bank Graduate Recruitment...

Getting a Graduate Job at an Australian Top 4 Bank – Psychometric Testing

This Post is part of the Australian Big 4 Bank Graduate Job Guide series. Psychometric testing is heavily emphasised ...

Welcome!

Welcome! FinancialModelTraining.com now has a blog and we hope to have some interesting articles and guests for you in t...

Getting a Graduate Job at an Australian Top 4 Bank – Cover Letter, Resume and Grades Submissions

This Post is part of the Australian Big 4 Bank Graduate Job Guide series. Your entry point to the recruitment process...

Shifting Quadrants & Mastering Personal Investment

Everyones money situation is different but one thing we all share is a desire for financial independence and not relying...

FinancialModelTraining.com attends RMIT EFMSA BBQ

FinancialModelTraining.com Founder Paul Mason and EFMSA President Ben Litwin In preparation for the workshop Paul has a...