FAST™ Modelling Standard: www.fast-standard.org – a set of rules on the structure and detailed design of spreadsheet based models. (Flexible, Structured, Appropriate and Transparent).
DAY 1: Mini-case lets will be used to explain the concept of Flags, Circularity Switch, scenario building formulas and logic building Excel functions
DAY 1: One case study will be taken up to explain the general linkages between Assumptions, Working Schedules, Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statement. This will ensure that the model is correctly integrated.
DAY 1 & DAY 2: A full blown Financial Model (Greenfield Solar Power Project) will be taken up
1.Assumptions build-up (Project Start Date, Gestation Period, Project Commissioning Date etc.)
2.Building automated timeline (FY)
3.Timing and Event activation Flags (True/False)
4.Revenue Buildup (PPA / Merchant Sale) with YoY escalation in prices
5.Capex Schedule (The journey from Capex > CWIP > PPE or Gross Fixed Assets)
6.Use of BASE Analysis (Beginning, Addition, Subtraction, Ending)
8.Interest during Construction (IDC) – to be capitalizedincome statement
9.Waterfall Structure of funding
10.Incorporating Revolver Balance & Minimum Cash Balances
11.Debt schedules & repayment
12.Working Capital schedule & Linkages
13.Building iterative calculation for Interest
14.Others: IRR, NPV, Ratios, What If Analysis, Relevant Shortcuts
1.Participants are expected to have prior knowledge of –
2.Program not meant for participants seeking basic knowledge of Excel
3.Participants can carry own Laptop (Excel v. 2007/2010/2013) – else 1 practice laptop shall be provided at the venue.
4.Snacks, Tea and Handbook will be provided. Lunch has to be arranged by participant.
5.Address: Saki Naka, Andheri
Mumbai: Sakinaka, Andheri East
Date: May 24, 25 2019| Time: 09:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Fees: INR 13,800 including Service Tax (Lunch incl.)
Call: 1800-3000-0505 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
( Register before 20th May 2019 and avail special 30% discount. Coupon code: WORKSHOP30 )
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