Financial model

Financial model

A model that represents the financial operations or financial statements of a company in terms of its business parameters and forecasts future financial performance. Models are used for risk management by examining different economic scenarios for the future. Financial models are also used to provide valuations of individual assets that might not be actively traded in a secondary market.
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The financial model and audio seminar are sent to you on CD and are guaranteed to help expedite updating or creating from scratch such a model for your use.
Evaluating actual performance relative to financial model assumptions also helps organizations fulfill the monitoring function of ERM.
It may seem obvious, but a high-quality financial model will:
Depending on a municipality's position in the municipal cycle, a well-developed, five-year financial model can be utilized to achieve different objectives.
In the past," Blythe said, "states had to employ a separate financial model to report on public colleges and universities.
In the first example of a financial model, the incremental costs and benefits of an investment are used to estimate cash flows for its useful life.
A financial model may be described as a tabulation of numbers and the mathematical relationship between those numbers.
This modeling capability exists within a series of core financial model elements, including sales plans, personnel, expenses, capital, balance sheet, profit and loss, and other non-financial metrics.
The PACE Financial Proforma is a series of spreadsheets that represent a generic financial model for determining the preliminary financial viability of a PACE program.
I explain to clients that I will develop a financial model for a specific time period (usually three to five years), prepare the financial statements--including disclosure of the major assumptions--and attach a report on firm letterhead stating what I did.
This article examines the reasons for the growing use of this budgeting technique in the public sector and the benefits that can be derived from a five-year future financial model.

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