Feb 22, 2024  
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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FINA 6238 - Financial Modeling


Credits: 2

Presents practical examples and real-world templates and tools used by investment bankers and private equity professionals in 1) financial statement spreading and analysis, 2) valuation (using comparables, precedent transactions, and discounted cash flow analyses) of public and private companies in both minority interest and controlling interest situations, 3) construction and sensitivity of integrated cash flow models (financial statement projections), 4) analysis and construction of leveraged buyout models, and 5) analysis and construction of merger and acquisition (accretion/dilution) models. Classroom discussions are a blend of lecture and case studies, with case studies involving a hands-on modeling approach by all students. Homework/projects provide additional real-world context and practice for in-class discussions and case studies. Prerequisites: FINA 6205  or currently enrolled in M.S.F. program.



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