SPECIALISTS IN FINANCIAL MODELLING

Virtual Meetup I Rolling Monthly Three Statement Forecasting

The Full Stack financial modelling community have been working collectively to “solve” the problem of creating flexible rolling monthly forecasts that can cater for new periods of actuals. This is an area of modelling that thousands of businesses and modellers can relate to, and that many find extremely time-consuming and frustrating. (more…)

Virtual Meetup | Excel Online: how useful is it for financial modelling?

Major improvements are being made with Microsoft Excel Online. It is completely free, works on any browser and is particularly useful if you need to share files and collaborate with others. It’s basically a slimmed-down version of Excel and although Microsoft is constantly working to improve the functionality, what we want to know is *can we use Excel Online yet for financial modelling?* (more…)

Virtual Meetup | Bend it… Don’t Break It! – Bulletproof Model Designs for Non-Excel People

Have you ever built a fantastic Excel model only to have the user “break” it almost straight away? Building a model widely available for anyone to use is very different process to building one for other modellers. If your model is going to be operated by non-Excel users, the challenge is to build a robust model that will stand the test of time but is simple for others to follow as well as bullet-proof so that they can’t mess it up. (more…)

Virtual Meetup: I didn’t know Excel could do that EITHER

Following on from “I didn’t know Excel could do THAT”, join us once again to hear from Excel legend Bob Umlas who will take us through some of his best Excel tips and tricks. Prepare to be amazed! Bob received the first ever Microsoft Excel MVP award back in 1993, continued to receive it for 25 years after that and is still the longest-running MVP. (more…)

Virtual Meetup: Pushing to Mobile with Low-Code and No-Code Financial Modelling tools

Pushing to Mobile with Low-Code and No-Code Financial Modelling toolsThe pace of technical innovation for financial modellers is accelerating. Although Microsoft Excel remains the best tool for deals modelling, recent innovations are augmenting, enhancing and going beyond the ordinary Excel spreadsheet.

The 2021 Global Financial Modelling survey highlighted the wider adoption of tools like PowerBI and Tableau, but equally exciting is the development of low-code and no-code tools for the purpose of building financial models. (more…)

Virtual Meetup: Harnessing Your Inner Financial Modeller

Harnessing Your Inner Financial ModellerDo you use Excel to prepare financial projections? Ever wish your forecasts had greater impact on business decisions in your organisation? You can take charge of these spreadsheets and offer your clients and colleagues a clearer, more accurate and insightful business tool. (more…)