Our focus is to help companies make better decisions.

We are certified financial modellers who work with you to thoroughly understand your business case to ensure that our financial models achieve their intended objective. Our models are built using a framework that ensures transparency so that you can interrogate the results and have confidence in the model’s outputs.

Financial modelling can give you a competitive edge by enabling you to make more informed and data-driven decisions.

Risk Management

Valuation of a Company

Valuation of Assets

Mergers and Acquisitions

Option Pricing

Budgeting and Forecasting

Capital Allocation

Raising Capital

Advantages of financial modelling

Financial modelling offers numerous benefits for businesses. Some of the key advantages you can gain by incorporating financial modelling into your decision-making process include:

Enhanced Decision Making

Financial models provide a structured approach to analysing complex financial situations, allowing decision-makers to assess the potential impact of different strategies, scenarios, and variables.

By incorporating various factors and assumptions, you can evaluate the feasibility of different options and make informed decisions that align with your goals.

Risk Analysis and Management

Financial models enable organizations to quantify and assess potential risks associated with different business decisions.

By conducting sensitivity analysis, scenario modelling, and stress testing, you can identify vulnerabilities, evaluate the impact of uncertain events and develop risk mitigation strategies to protect your financial interests.

Strategic Planning and Forecasting

Financial models are invaluable tools for strategic planning and forecasting. They enable you to create detailed financial projections based on different assumptions, helping you set realistic targets, allocate resources effectively, and develop long-term plans.

Financial models provide a roadmap for growth, enabling you to monitor progress, identify deviations, and make necessary adjustments to stay on track.

Investment Analysis and Valuation

Whether you’re considering an investment opportunity or assessing the value of your business, financial modelling can provide valuable insights.

By analysing cash flows, discount rates, market trends, and other relevant factors, you can evaluate the potential return on investment, estimate the value of assets or companies, and support negotiation processes.

Capital Planning and Budgeting

Financial models assist in capital planning and budgeting by helping organizations allocate resources efficiently. By integrating financial data, cost estimates, and performance metrics, you can optimize your budget allocation, prioritize projects, and align spending with strategic objectives.

This ensures that resources are utilized in the most effective and profitable manner.

By leveraging financial modelling, businesses and individuals can gain a deeper understanding of their financial landscape, make informed decisions, and achieve their goals with confidence.

What Process is followed

Constructing a financial model involves several key steps that create a structured representation of a financial situation or scenario.

Define the Objective

The process starts by clearly defining the objective of the financial model. This involves determining what needs to be achieved or analysed through the model, whether it’s forecasting future cash flows, assessing investment opportunities, or evaluating the financial impact of a strategic decision.

Gather Data

The relevant data that will serve as the foundation for the financial model must be collected. This includes historical financial statements, market data, industry benchmarks, and any other information necessary to accurately represent the financial situation being modelled.

Identify assumptions

Based on the objective, the assumptions must be identified that will drive the model’s calculations. Assumptions can include revenue growth rates, cost structures, interest rates, tax rates, and other factors that influence the financial outcomes required to be analysed. These assumptions must be realistic and align with the specific context of the model.

Structuring of the model

The structure and layout of the financial model must be determined. The different sections, such as revenue, expenses, investments, and financing must be organised in a logical and organized manner. Formulas and functions in spreadsheet software like Microsoft Excel are used to link different cells and create calculations that reflect the relationships between various inputs and outputs.

Building formulas and calculations

Formulas and calculations are developed that accurately represent the financial relationships and interactions within the model. Mathematical and logical functions are used to perform calculations, such as summing values, calculating percentages, projecting future cash flows, and analysing key financial ratios. The formulas need to be robust enough to handle different scenarios and inputs.

Sensitivity Analysis and Scenario Modelling

The sensitivity of the financial model must be tested by running scenario analyses. The inputs and assumptions are varied to assess how changes in variables affect the

Validate and Verify

The accuracy and reliability of the financial model is validated by comparing the outputs with real-world data or known benchmarks. Cross-checks and reconciliation of balances is performed, and the integrity of the calculations are verified to ensure the model is functioning correctly.

Document Assumptions and Methodology

All of the assumptions, data sources, formulas, and calculations used in the financial model must be documented. This documentation helps the users understanding of the model and, provides transparency, and facilitates future updates or modifications

Test and Refine

The financial model must be tested using different scenarios and stress tested to ensure its robustness and accuracy. The model is refined as needed, adjusting formulas, inputs, or assumptions based on feedback or new information.

Communicate and Present

Once the financial model is finalised, clear and concise reports or presentations to communicate the findings and insights must be prepared. These outputs, analysis, and conclusions must be presented in a way that is easily understood by management, stakeholders, decision-makers, or investors.

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