Financial Modelling in Corporate Management

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James W. Bryant
Wiley, Sep 24, 1987 - Business & Economics - 420 pages
This updated collection of articles, written by those intimately involved in the practice of the subject, reflects recent developments in the field of financial modelling, and covers all aspects of practical financial modelling, from the basics, through the practice of modelling, to examples of model templates and modelling opportunities. Articles have been written largely by practitioners, and no prior knowledge of modelling on the part of the reader has been assumed. Articles feature much attention to implementation as well as model-building, and offer examples from a wide variety of organizational and problem settings. Some of the topics covered are: computer packages in financial modelling, developing a corporate planning model for a small company, the loan/deposit forecasting model, and financial model-building in the multinational enterprise.

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