About the Course
The role of an Analyst is dynamic, complex, and driven by a variety of skills. These skills range from a basic understanding of financial statement data and non-financial metrics that can be linked to financial performance, to a deeper dive into business and financial modeling.
Analysts also utilize spreadsheet models, modeling techniques, and common investment analysis application as part of their toolkit to make informed financial decisions and investments. This multifaceted specialization will equip a learner who might be interested in entering the dynamic world of data and business analysis, and/or is interested gaining deeper technical knowledge in Finance and Quantitative Modeling.
Starting from the fundamentals of quantitative modeling, you will learn how to put data to work by using spreadsheets and leverage spreadsheets as a powerful, accessible data analysis tool. You will also be introduced to the world of corporate finance, and gain a better understanding of finance fundamentals, including a variety of real-world situations spanning personal finance, corporate decision-making and financial intermediation.
What you’ll learn?
- Harness the power of spreadsheets to map and predict data
- Create your own quantitative models
- Read income and cash flow statements
Skills you will gain
- Financial Modeling
- Corporate Finance
- Microsoft Excel
- Linear Regression
- Probabilistic Models
- Regression Analysis
- Monte Carlo Method
- Linear Programming (LP)
- Discounted Cash Flow
- Fundamentals of Quantitative Modeling
- Introduction to Spreadsheets and Models
- Financial Acumen for Non-Financial Managers
- Introduction to Corporate Finance
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