Financial Modeling

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Financial Modeling

Financial Modeling

A financial model is a tool that’s built to forecast a business’ financial performance into the future.  The forecast is based on the company’s historical performance and requires preparing an income statement, balance sheet, cash flow statement and supporting schedules (known as a 3 statement model). From there, more advanced types of models can be built such as discounted cash flow analysis (DCF model), leveraged-buyout, mergers and acquisitions, and sensitivity analysis.

What is a financial model used for?

The output of a financial model is used for decision making and performing financial analysis, whether inside or outside of the company. Financial models are used in:

  • Historical analysis of a company
  • Projecting a company’s financial performance
  • Project finance
  • Real estate investments
  • Oil & Gas projects
  • Banks & Financial Institutions
  • Personal finances
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Government
  • Investment banking
  • Equity research
  • Users of Financial Models

Types of Financial Models

There are different financial models that you can use as per the need.

  • Discounted Cash Flow model
  • Comparative Company Analysis model
  • Sum-of-the-parts model
  • Leveraged Buy Out (LBO) model
  • Merger & Acquisition (M&A) model
  • Industry-specific financial model
  • Option pricing model
  • Corporate finance models


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