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Financial Model Consulting Services

Starting price$4,000

Days until first draft:15 working days

Rush Services Available

Included:

  • Multilingual Team
  • Basic Valuation
  • Revisions
  • 1 Hour of Financial Model Consultation
  • Personalized Financial Model
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FINANCIAL MODEL

A financial model is the detailed mathematical representation of a business into the future.
Through derived assumptions, the model generates the income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement,
as well as other key items as investment metrics, and valuation.

Our Financial Models will help answer Critical Areas (but not limited to):

  • How much capital will be required for investment?
  • What are your expenses and their associated costs?
  • Projected sales growth and cash flows
  • A valuation range for your venture or business
  • Appropriate capital structure (equity, debt, hybrid, etc.)
  • Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Net Present Value (NPV)

Financial Model Consultant

Building a financial model is necessary to provide a clear picture of the forecasted financial performance of a company. It is a representation in numbers of some or all aspects of a company’s operations. It is a decision-making tool to estimate the costs and project the profits of a proposed project, to anticipate the impact of an economic policy change, or to estimate the valuation of a business.

Investors are keen to model different scenarios for your business or idea. Modeling scenarios such as, “What will happen to cash flow if sales increase or decrease by 10%?” are critical to potential investors, and the financial model is the tool that helps them obtain a view on this and a multitude of other scenarios.

We are experts at building financial models and have the capability of converting a set of assumptions into financial and economic projections for the business. Our professional consultants bring significant experience from demanding investment banking positions and have consulted across a wide variety of industries working with different financial structures.

Financial Projection vs. Financial Models – Understanding the Difference

Two of the primary financial planning tools used by a company are financial projections and financial models. These two terms are quite common in business and are sometimes used interchangeably. Despite the misuse, projections and models, though intrinsically connected, are quite different.

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Financial Model Samples

Franchise Riders
View Financial Model Sample for Franchise Riders Industry
Food and Beverage
View Financial Model Sample for Food and Beverage Industry
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Differences between a Financial Model and Financial Projections
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