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Financial Modelling: Breaking into Wall Street(BIWS) Investment Banking Financial Analyst Finance Analysis

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I’m looking to share cost of this Premium Package from Breaking into Wall Street online video course. This course is used by numerous investment banking and financial institute as their training program for new analyst. Amount you pay: $100SGD Choice of receiving the course by meetup or online transfer is applicable too. (File size is about 20+GB) Do read below for the full module content that you will receive upon purchase. Testimonials: https://breakingintowallstreet.com/biws/reviews Learn by watching video-based training to master the Accounting, Valuation, and Financial Modeling skills that are not taught at the undergraduate or graduate levels... but which you’d better know if you want to beat out the competition for the best jobs in investment banking, private equity, and hedge funds. Understand how financial modeling and valuation are done in the real world... not how academics think they should be done. Interviewers will LOVE it when you can recount the details of real deals and companies, such as Wal-Mart, Atlassian, EasyJet, Vivendi, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Chuck E. Cheese's, Netflix, Microsoft / Yahoo!, and more. Learn Accounting, Valuation, and Merger and LBO Models. These are the fundamental skills you'll need in investment banking, private equity, and hedge funds - and you'll be ahead of the game by mastering them before you start working. To put it another way... in this market, NOT having these skills is practically like wearing a big red sign saying “DON’T PICK ME” to an interview. ————————————————————— Content Module 1: Modeling Overview and Core Concepts You'll learn exactly what financial modeling is and why we care about it. Understand how it applies to real life on-the-job, in investment banking, private equity, hedge funds, equity research, corporate finance, and more. Module 2: The 3 Financial Statements We’ll explore accounting from a business perspective. We’ll drill down using examples of our BIWS online business to teach you how and why the 3 financial statements work the way they do – and you’ll understand how to think about their rules at the most sophisticated level. Module 3: Accounting Interview Questions & More Advanced Topics You'll get a crash course on the 4 main categories of accounting-related interview questions. Plus, you’ll learn about more advanced topics, such as LIFO vs. FIFO for Inventory, Operating Leases vs. Capital Leases, Unrealized Gains, Pension Accounting, Equity Investments and Non-controlling Interests, Net Operating Losses, PIK interest, and tax-related items on the financial statements. Module 4: Projecting the 3 Statements (Atlassian) You will see exactly how to project the 3 financial statements of Atlassian - a private software company based in Australia – and then you’ll use your model to create an investment recommendation on the company and determine whether or not Accel and T. Rowe Price, the company’s key investors, can achieve their targeted IRRs and cash-on-cash multiples. Module 5: More Advanced 3-Statement Projections (EasyJet) In this case study, you will create more complex 3-statement projections over a 5-year period for EasyJet [LSE: EZJ], the largest airline in the UK, with over 600 routes in 32 countries. You’ll use your detailed projections to determine how much its Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) could increase by over the next 5 years, and then use the output of this exercise to make a recommendation to the Portfolio Manager at your hedge fund or asset management firm. Module 6: Equity Value, Enterprise Value, and Multiples (Vivendi) In this case study, you will analyze the financial statements of Vivendi, a leading French media and telecom conglomerate. You’ll use the information to calculate its Equity Value, Enterprise Value, and key valuation metrics and multiples. You’ll understand precisely what these numbers tell you about Vivendi’s valuation relative to its peer companies. Module 7: Valuation – Comparable Public Companies and Precedent Transactions (Jazz Pharmaceuticals) In this case study, you’ll begin to build a detailed valuation for Jazz Pharmaceuticals, a US-based healthcare company focused on “orphan drugs,” by selecting an appropriate set of comparable public companies and precedent transactions, and then running the numbers and calculating the key metrics and multiples for both sets. Module 8: Valuation – The Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Analysis (Jazz Pharmaceuticals) You will continue with the Jazz case study and build a DCF model that supports different scenarios for Jazz’s future drug pipeline and key patent expiration dates; you will learn not only how to model Free Cash Flow and use it in a DCF, but also how to calculate WACC, Cost of Equity, Cost of Debt, and more, and how to use them when estimating a company’s discount rate. Module 9: How to Interpret and Use a Valuation Analysis in Real Life (Jazz Pharmaceuticals) We conclude the Jazz Pharmaceuticals case study, and show you how to USE a valuation in a wide variety of different roles: investment banking, equity research, hedge funds / asset management, private equity, corporate development, and more. You’ll create a client advisory presentation, equity research report, and stock pitch to support your findings. Module 10: M&A Deals and Merger Model (Jos. A. Bank and Men’s Wearhouse) In this case study, you’ll analyze the M&A deal between Jos. A. Bank and Men’s Wearhouse, two leading US-based men’s clothing retailers. You’ll make a recommendation on the purchase price and deal structure, and draw some conclusions on the possible accretion / dilution and merits of the deal. Module 11: More Advanced Merger Models (Suntory and Beam) In this case study, you’ll analyze Suntory Holding’s $16 billion acquisition of Beam, the world’s 4th largest premium spirits company at the time of the acquisition. You’ll learn more advanced nuances of merger models here, including what to do for cross-border (Japan / US) deals, how to combine valuation work and M&A analysis, how to use quarterly projections in your models, and how to make a detailed recommendation to your client based on the numbers. Module 12: Leveraged Buyouts and LBO Models (7 Days Group Holdings) In this case study, you’ll analyze Carlyle’s leveraged buyout of 7 Days Group Holdings, one of the leading business travel hotel chains in China. You’ll get a crash course on the concepts behind leveraged buyouts, and then you’ll complete a quick but accurate analysis for this deal and use it to make an investment recommendation. Module 13: More Advanced LBO Models (Chuck E. Cheese) You will build a more advanced LBO model for Apollo’s buyout of Chuck E. Cheese, a US-based restaurant chain, using the case study. You’ll add more advanced debt schedules and revenue/expense/CapEx assumptions to your model, and you’ll learn how options such as management rollovers, debt refinancing, and excess cash impact the model. At the end, you will write an investment recommendation on the deal. Module 14: Private Companies, IPOs, and Reverse Mergers (Kakao / Daum) In this case study, you will learn all about private company valuation and financial modeling via Kakao’s reverse merger with Daum Communications (two Internet/mobile companies in South Korea). You'll learn how to make adjustments for private companies, how to model an initial public offering (IPO), and how to advise the company on a reverse merger vs. traditional M&A deal vs. IPO. Module 15: Debt, Equity & Convertibles (Netflix) In this case study, you'll advise Netflix on the best way to secure the $1.5 billion it needs to fund its international expansion efforts. You'll build a 3-statement model for the company with multiple scenarios, analyze its credit stats and ratios and covenants, and analyze bond yields, duration, convexity, call and put options, make-whole calls, refinancing options, and more. You'll also value a possible convertible bond, analyze its payoff profile and dilution, create a follow-on equity proceeds analysis, and draft a credit memo and longer advisory presentation for the company.

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