Financial Modelling and Research
The role of financial modeling is to create an abstract (model) representation of a real financial situation. This mathematical model reflects a company, project, or investment portfolio's output. A Financial modeling analyst develops financial templates with historical data offers forecasts on the basis of various industry-related operating steps, performs macro- and micro-factor-based scenario analysis, ensures accurate portfolio modeling and creation of the latest transaction models, and improves existing models.
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Knowledge about accounting, finance, and valuation
Decent salary package, high compensation, and bonuses
Suitable for people who like to work with numbers
The process of financial modeling encourages a deeper understanding of a business and exposes anomalies that an investor can neglect to do otherwise.
Time-consuming, long working hours
Extreme attention to details is required
This career is not suitable for people who are creative
Financial models are based on a multitude of assumptions, resulting in grossly inaccurate prediction figures and erroneous investment decisions.
GOT WHAT IT TAKES?
Management consulting firm
Wealth management companies
You have the ability to think logically and in a very organized manner
You have the capability of distilling vast quantities of complex information in a simple format.
You possess a good understanding of accounting fundamentals
You have an eye for designs and esthetics
You can quickly draw information and zoom into high-level strategies