It’s good to get the model ‘out there’ so decision makers can see what is really going on and not just the headlines.
“If the stuff shared for free is good, then how much better must the stuff they charge for be?”
Here are some signs that a model ‘smells’, that should be obvious within a minute of opening.
Standards in themselves do not promote good or best practice. They simply promote a way of doing things that is commonly understood by the community that chooses to adopt them.
A flexible financial model will be able to evolve to meet the changing requirements of business rather than dying as its environment changes.
The Financial Modelling Handbook is looking to produce the first version of the handbook and it is looking for your input and help.
This year we are planning to significantly grow our Associate Programme. So, who fits the mould?
A stereotype persists amongst non-modellers in organisations, that modellers are geeks.
Warren Buffet famously said “Beware of geeks bearing formulas”.
“Discussing price isn’t rude or impolite… It’s business, not a cocktail party!”