Financial models often follow a similar format, but their design, build, layout, drivers and assumptions will be entirely different depending the sector or function for which they will be used. For example, a modeller working in Mergers & Acquisitions will build a model quite differently to a FP&A professional, and a Project Finance Business Case will look very different to Tech startup model.
Watch Partner at Mazars, Rickard Wärnelid in an in-depth discussion with Danielle Stein Fairhurst to discuss these topics and more:
- Learn how to better structure a model for a specific purpose
- Focus your development on the relevant parts for your future career
- Understand the underlying drivers of various industry sectors to ensure that your model satisfies the end users
- Explore the characteristics of different model types, to better plan for your next development