Building Financial Models with Microsoft Excel: A Guide for Business Professionals (Wiley Finance)
Author(s): K. Scott Proctor
Series: Wiley Finance
Publisher: Wiley, Year: 2022
If this book is of any value to anyone,it would new banking associates/management consultants who will be reviewing the work of others. Amazingly, the book contains numerous errors and inconsistencies among the various figures presented in each chapter. Tracking down the source of the differences brought back (not so) fond memories of my tenure as an investment banker. Stick with the 2004 edition as the new release will probably correct most of these errors.
If you’re new to financial modeling and don’t have a clue where to start, pick up this book and dive in. This book will help you build financial models from scratch. Many finance professionals are acquainted with financial modeling, but very few are familiar with consolidated financial statements analysis and projections. This book will help you build that skill. This book will also come with a CD, which will help you save the effort and time to go online and download the sheets and workbooks. The only possible flaw in this book is a little old (for 2007 excel), but most of the methods mentioned here work similarly in the recent versions of excel.
- It will teach you how you can build financial models from scratch even when you’re a beginner.
- You will learn how to integrate many financial statements like cash flow statements, balance sheet,s and income statements into one.