Financial modelling is becoming an increasingly important skill in an economic environment characterised by ever more uncertainty. The ability to use Excel to predict what the financial performance and position of a business or venture might look like in the future, depending on particular assumptions and estimates.
Effective use of Fn 4 $$s for absolute cell referencing is an essential skill required to build a dynamic and flexible financial model. High quality formatting is also important, and cell styles provide an ideal way to achieve this.
By the end of this course, participants will obtain a greater understanding of:
- The use of Fn 4 $$s for absolute cell referencing of column, row and both
- The use of cell styles for effective formatting in Excel.
Authored by: Dave Marlow
Dave Marlow has a wealth of experience training city professionals in all areas of financial modelling, accounting and financial analysis.
Dave qualified as a chartered accountant with PricewaterhouseCoopers. He then joined the PwC Training Consulting practice, helping PwC clients implement their finance change initiatives with related training programmes.
Dave is the Head of the Financial Modelling area at BPP within Professional Development.
CPD Points: 1
CPD Duration (hours): 1
Access: 12 months from purchase date