Month: June 2016

June 19, 2016 david.taylor No comments exist

“What-if analysis” goes visual using Power BI Financial models in Excel are usually limited to calculating results for a single scenario at a time.  “What-if analysis” allows financial models to also calculate results for other scenarios; varying the underlying drivers and assumptions. Visually compare many scenarios As a decision maker, why not look at the results for several…

June 19, 2016 david.taylor No comments exist

World Class Financial Modelling – starts with a simple rule of thumb Financial models underpin so many important business decisions the world over.  Why then are they often such a challenge to get your head around? How can we do better? Firstly, consider the arbitrary nature of spreadsheet layout and style. Financial Models from different developers can be as…