This workshop is available via the following modes of delivery:
available via in-house or
expression of interest
Spreadsheets have become critical to business in financial markets. Assuming some pre-existing spreadhseet exposure, this two-day, hands-on workshop describes the functions, tools and features used most commonly in financial markets, illustrating how they work and how they can be used in a variety of practical finance settings. Some of the functions are powerful but often under-utilised, and other financial functions are sometimes misunderstood or misinterpreted.
This workshop is ideal for those with an intermediate knowledge of spreadsheets who wish to apply spreadsheet features, skills and techniques to build, maintain and enhance a broad range of financial applications. Note that this workshop assumes some knowledge of spreadsheets and basic formulae and functions.
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You’ll learn how to create a well-designed spreadsheet and how good design skills, together with a mastery of functions, leads to efficient, user-friendly, maintainable, robust, responsive and error-free financial spreadsheets. Discover:
Alex Palfi is a Principal of Tykoh Group Pty Ltd – an Australian based training provider specialising in tailored one and two day workshops on technical finance and business topics. Prior to setting up Tykoh Alex was a Division Director at Macquarie Group in Sydney. In that role he developed a range of finance workshops and presented those in Australia and at other international locations. Those workshops focused on financial modelling, valuation, derivatives, credit risk and Visual Basic programming.
The facilitator is an excellent resource. Thanks for the opportunity to complete this course.
Very clear and concise, excellent materials and very hands-on.
This was the most useful workshop I have attended in some time. I feel that I have gained sufficient skills to take back to the workplace and I now have much greater confidence with regard to excel.