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Financial Modelling in Excel Workshop & Introduction to the DCF Analysis Jakarta, Indonesia March 20-21, 2014 Course Agenda

Day 1 – Introduction to Financial Modelling & Income Statement Forecasting
Introduction Financial modelling as a powerful and versatile skill for finance professionals Applications of financial modelling Getting started in financial modelling  Good practices in financial modelling  Financial modelling conventions  Model layout, formatting and design Accounting refresher for financial modelling  Review of most important items of the Income Statement, Balance Sheet & Cash Flow statement  Relationships between the financial statements Excel & financial modelling  Excel best practices & commonly used functions  Useful techniques & Excel shortcuts  Utilizing macros & pivot tables analysis  Scenario analysis through data tables, what-if analysis and scenario manager  Creating powerful graphs and charts Historical financial statements  Importance of the analysis of historical financial statements  Analysis of historical Income Statement and Balance Sheet  Identification of key trends and drivers. Historical data manipulation. Modelling the Income Statement  Analysis of the historical income statement, macroeconomic environment and market trends  Identification of relevant trends and model drivers  Options regarding revenue forecasting (output, geographical or business segment approach)  Analysis of the cost items and structure  Making projections of the Income Statement items  Income tax expense forecasting  Setting up the tax loss carry forward table

Balance Sheet . Role of dividend payout ratio. maturity and principal repayment schedule  Incorporating debt seniority into the model  Key role of the Short Term debt and Investments in the model  Calculating interest expense with links to the rest of the model Modelling the Statement of Cash Flows  Setting up the cash flows schedule  Cash flows from operating. Inventory and AP forecasting CAPEX and amortization schedule Fixed Asset forecasting CAPEX – one of the key model inputs Analysis of historical CAPEX Understanding of long term CAPEX trends Analysis of amortization: asset classes.Day 2 – Building a financial model of a company: Balance Sheet and Cash Flow forecasting Modelling the Balance Sheet  Organization and structure of the Balance Sheet  Approach to Balance Sheet forecasting  Overview of different supporting schedules used in the model  Analysis of intangible assets  Shareholders’ Equity forecasting  Forecasting dividends. investing and financing activities  Treatment of working capital items  Verifying the movement of cash for each period  Integrating the Statement of Cash Flows into the model Putting it all together: balancing the model  Connecting the projected financial statements and supporting schedules  Balancing the balance sheet – common errors and useful checks  Dealing with circular references and making the model robust  Getting rid of the undesirable error messages    . historical trends CAPEX and Amortisation forecasting Debt Schedule           Creating a comprehensive debt schedule Long term debt as a key source of funding for the company Analysis of long term debt – interest cost.supporting schedules Working Capital Schedule Turnover ratios and working capital assumptions Analysis of historical trends Importance of working capital items for cash flow management AR.

discount periods. football fields.  Running sensitivity analysis using data tables Introduction to the DCF analysis  Basic valuation concepts – Enterprise Value vs.Checking the model and managing model output  Building the scenario manager  Running scenarios under different operating assumptions  Analysing model outputs under different scenarios  Implementing automated output reporting including charts. terminal value)  Discount rate considerations  Practical DCF valuation exercise . etc. Equity Value  DCF analysis – an introduction (formulas.

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