We didn’t find any courses in Detroit offering Financial Modeling training, but here are 3 schools that offer live online courses you can take from anywhere, including Detroit.
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Wall Street Prep offers self-study training programs for financial modeling, industry-specific modeling, accounting, and productivity through online or live programs. Students can choose from various bootcamps including financial modeling, private equity, sales and trading.
This 3-day financial modeling bootcamp is meant to prepare professionals and students for careers in finance. Students will learn to create financial models across various industries, using Excel. In this hands-on course, students will work through financial modeling exercises and case studies.
The Investment Banking Institute offers immersive bootcamps in financial modeling and valuation both virtually and onsite. They currently offer bootcamps in New York, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
This financial modeling bootcamp is geared towards students or analysts in business or finance looking to gain skills in financial modeling. Participants will learn hands-on by building financial models in the course. This course covers DCF modeling, finding key financial information online, tying together financial statements, and creating LBO and M&A models.
Training the Street is mainly focused on training students interested in financial modeling and fundamentals of finance. They offer virtual and on-site training in New York City where they host training seminars and comprehensive programs. Training the Street also provides corporate training and personal one-on-one sessions with groups of more than 300 at a time.
This financial modeling course teaches the commonly-used valuation and modeling techniques. Students will learn fundamental Excel and finance skills needed for financial modeling, build a DCF model, create an M & A model, and make an LBO model.
This financial modeling program teaches individuals the modeling and valuation skills they need for a job in finance. The course includes 5 days of live training, covering DCF modeling, LBO modeling, and M&A modeling. In addition to live training, the program includes an accounting workbook, online assessments, online video content, and additional resources and support.
In this advanced modeling course, students will focus on M&A and LBO analyses. Students will learn key accounting and finance concepts for each type of analysis as they build towards a full project analysis. This course features a mix of instructor teaching as well as project work building an M&A model as well as an LBO model.
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Financial modeling is the use of a tool built into Excel to forecast the future financial performance of a business. These predictions are based on the historical performance of a company, and inferences of the future. It’s used by investment banks, corporate development boards, and financial planners. Learning how to do financial modeling is essential to landing careers in finance.
Financial Modeling is one of the core skills needed to secure one of these positions. See the career pages for more information on required skills, tips for landing a job, typical day-to-day work, and where to find job postings.
Salary in Detroit
$73,000 / year3.4% more than the U.S. average
Financial analysts use their business, finance, or accounting background to analyze data and make recommendations for investments. They study past, present, and future business and economic trends to provide data-driven insights for business decision-making. Financial analysts take on roles as fund managers, portfolio managers, investment advisors, and risk analysts. Many earn additional credentials in the field, such as Certified Public Accountant or Project Management Professional certifications.Learn about becoming a Financial Analyst
Salary in Detroit
$94,000 / year19.76% less than the U.S. average
Private Equity Associates are responsible for leading deal processes from beginning to end. They work with private equity firms to analyze and monitor data, look for potential investment opportunities for their firm, and raise capital from outside investors.Learn about becoming a Private Equity Associate
Salary in Detroit
$60,000 / yearSame as the U.S. average
A Research Analyst researches, analyzes, and interprets data on markets, operations, finance, economics, and customers in their industry. They can find work in nearly any industry but are found at the highest concentration in the financial services sector.Learn about becoming a Research Analyst
Salary in Detroit
$70,000 / year13.42% more than the U.S. average
Investment bankers are financial advisors for corporations. These professionals help clients with mergers and acquisitions and advise on investments in capital markets. Companies looking to make capital investments or to expand operations may turn to an investment banker to help locate and acquire capital. Investment bankers have nearly limitless earning potential, as they are compensated for the value they provide.Learn about becoming a Investment Banker
Salary in Detroit
$81,000 / year7.87% more than the U.S. average
Investment analysts are experts in analyzing financial and investment information and using it to make recommendations. Buy-side investment analysts help mutual fund managers target investment opportunities, and sell-side analysts work with investment banks. Using their deep expertise in stock, bonds, commodities, and currencies, these financial professionals continuously analyze trends to forecast performance. Experienced analysts can become certified as a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).Learn about becoming a Investment Analyst
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