Marquee Building a Financial Model Workshop | Oct 2

| September 22, 2020
Submitted by Melanie Wyndowe for CPD
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This virtual hands-on course focuses on the skills required to design and create an interactive financial model of a company that adheres to the highest industry standards. The course material includes model design, logic, construction, financial concepts and accounting treatment. During the seminar, participants will build a model that includes a forecast of a company’s income statement, cash flow statement and balance sheet.

Event Details:

  • Date: Friday, October 2
  • Time: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (EST)
  • Cost:¬†
    • $75 for MBA Full-time and Co-op students
    • $125 for BCom/MFin / BLPT MBA students
    • This course is subsidized for MBA fulltime and Co-op students but open to all DeGroote business students.

Registration:

On Thursday October 1, Marquee will send two communications to all students who have registered and paid:

  • An information email which will include details on the session (start time, instructor name, tips & tricks on how to use Zoom, etc.)
  • A calendar invite which will include the Zoom link to access the training
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