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Cathryn Fish

Navigator launches public financial modelling training in Johannesburg

This week Navigator’s most popular financial modelling courses Project Finance Modelling (A) and Project Finance Modelling (B) will run in Johannesburg for the first time on the 11 – 14 July. The launch reinforces Navigator’s presence in Africa and extends our training services to include public training on a larger scale. Navigator has previously held in-house financial modelling training courses for large organisations such as Industrial Development Corporation Limited, however this will be the first time our courses are offered publically in the region.

International expansion

Navigator’s strategic merger with Corality and the formation of the Corality Financial Group as well as the establishment of our London based EMEA office, enhance Navigator’s competitiveness globally and facilitate our international expansion and the introduction of new services and new market growth. With the merger comes an increased focus on the European and African markets including Southern Africa.

Navigator courses in eight countries

The addition of Johannesburg to our global training schedule means we are currently running our project finance modelling courses in twelve cities around the world, across six regions including Asia, Australia, Europe, the United States and Canada, the Middle East and now South Africa.
“Our African market is rapidly expanding. We see an increased interest from South Africa in what we do and what we offer. There has been significant growth in project finance in the area and increased demand for specialist consultancies like Navigator.” Michael Moran, Business Development Executive.

SMART financial modelling

Navigator’s financial modelling training courses follow the SMART financial modelling methodology. The SMART financial modelling methodology emphasizes transparency, flexibility and presentation and introduces rules that underpin how Excel can be used to achieve this. When followed these rules ensure you develop robust and flexible financial models that achieve not just their design but the objectives of all users.

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