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Advanced F.I.G. Modelling

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Course Overview

The F.I.G. advanced Modelling Course is an advanced level course for professionals or for who want to have a greater understand about the F.I.G. valuation methods.

Valuation is normally sector dependant and special adjustments and characteristics have to be taken into account to produce a reliable output being sure that all valuation elements connected to that sector have been taken into account.

Figures that will benefit from this course may include:

  • Master Students, Graduates or PostGraduates with an economic or scientific education that want to increase their valuation skills in the F.I.G.
  • Investment banking professionals with F.I.G. experience or willing to cover this area
  • Individuals with the necessity to get deeper into the numeric analysis in F.I.G.

Course summary

  • Banking industry overview
  • Regulations, Basel III, Dodd-Frank
  • Balance sheet driven valuations and performance projections
  • Provisions for credit losses
  • Bank valuation metrics, key multiples
  • Cost of equity in banks
  • Dividend discount model in bank modelling
  • Bank operating model
  • Bank valuation
  • Insurance valuations overview

Case Study:

(1) Valuation of a commercial bank

CURRICULUM

Section 1: Course Main Topics
Building of a special financial model to evaluate a business operating in the F.I.G. sector

Link to PDF Sample (soon available)

Section 2: Case Studies
Case Study 1 – Valuation of a commercial bank

Specific lesson on creating a model for the valuation of a commercial bank

Video Link (coming soon)

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Duration 4 Days
Level Master
Institution Pro Finance Academy
Location PFA London teaching premises
Seat avaiable 30
Price £1,995.00

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