9780071608893

Building Financial Models

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    9780071608893

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    0071608893

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 6/17/2009
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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Summary

This updated and augmented second edition of Building Financial Models provides a state-of-the-art method for creating projection models that will accurately determine a company's valuation today and its earnings and profits tomorrow.

Author Biography

John S. Tjia is a founding partner in TMG Associates, LLC, a consulting firm with investment and commercial banking clients that specializes in financial modeling for corporate finance. A former vice president at JPMorgan Chase, he has taught modeling and valuation classes to hundreds of analysts and associates.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. vii
A Financial Projection Modelp. 1
Best Practicesp. 15
Setting the Stagep. 29
Accounting for Modelingp. 65
The Model Building Toolbox: F Keys and Rangesp. 83
The Model Building Toolbox: Functionsp. 107
Building a Pilot Modelp. 159
Circular References and Iterative Calculationsp. 171
Variations on Balancing Plugsp. 199
Preparing to Build a Full Modelp. 209
Building an Integrated Financial Model: Part 1p. 225
The Cash Flow Statementp. 255
The Cash Sweepp. 269
Ratiosp. 313
Forecasting Guidelinesp. 335
Discounted Cash Flow Valuationp. 345
Introduction to Visual Basic for Applicationsp. 365
A VBA Primerp. 379
Tips and Tricksp. 409
Appendix: Abbreviationsp. 437
Indexp. 439
About the Authorp. 450
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