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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KEY SKILLS

  • Problem-solving ability 

  • Time Management 

  • Knowledge about  accounting, finance, and valuation

  • Decisive 

  • Determined

  • Analytical ability 

  • Communication

  • Interpersonal skills 

PROS

  • 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.

CONS

  • 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.

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  • Investment bank

  • Insurance company

  • Hedge fund

  • Commercial bank

  •  Management consulting firm

  • Accountancy firms

  • 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

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