It’s been about a year since we last scheduled a financial modelling course in South Africa, but we are now putting Johannesburg back on the schedule with a combination of two of our most popular courses.

Financial modelling course schedule in Johannesburg, South Africa (june 2020)

Best practice project finance modelling

Monday 1 June – Tuesday 2 June

Advanced project finance modelling

Wednesday 3 June – Thursday 4 June

The courses are designed to appeal to project sponsors, bankers and advisors and will give you the ability to build, review or analyse project finance models at all levels.

Best Practice Project Finance Modelling will give you the tools you need to build and sensitise robust and transparent cashflow based financial models and dramatically increase your Excel efficiency. During this two-day financial modelling course, you will, under personal coaching from our expert trainer, build your own project finance model from scratch using the Corality Financial Modelling methodology, Mazars’ globally proven modelling methodology.

Advanced Project Finance Modelling enables you to extend your debt modelling capabilities as a mechanism to drive the transaction process. Bankers, sponsors and investors all benefit from the powerful techniques for debt sizing, covenant monitoring and development of financial statements. With a continuous focus on robustness and flexibility, and analytical techniques such as multi-asset modelling, this course is guaranteed to boost your project finance career and give you all the tools to reach financial close. You will learn the modelling principles and structured approach that are applicable across a range of industries including; Infrastructure, Mining, Oil & Gas, Power, Renewable Energy, Utilities and Real Estate.

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If you are interested in our approach to financial modelling and would like to organise your own tailored financial modelling course (Johannesburg, South Africa or any where else in the world), please get in touch.