Financial Modelling in Tekedia Institute

Financial Modelling in Tekedia Institute

To help our members deepen capabilities in financial modelling, our expert, Michael Olafusi will anchor a day during Review Week. Mike has received the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP)award  six times. He developed that Nigerian financial market analysis tool in Microsoft Office store and he led the development of the Nigerian stock analysis digital board. He created the Nigeria Market Data platform and has managed many financial modelling projects. Besides his regular Tekedia Mini-MBA session, the video session will help our members on financial modelling. Mike holds MBA and earned BEng from one of Nigeria’s best technical universities (FUT, Akure). I am confident after his session, we can all understand how to build financial models for our functional areas, companies or startups. Financial templates will be provided.

He is a Certified Advanced Financial Modeler (AFM), a 6-time Microsoft awarded Most Valuable Professional (MVP),a MCSA BI Reporting expert, and a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT).  He is a Financial Modelling and Valuation expert at California-based TopTal whose client base includes many fortune 500 companies. Michael Olafusi is the Lead Consultant at UrBizEdge and a Financial Analyst Fellow at Brightmore Capital where he analyses financial statements of prospective investments, reviews business plans, does financial modelling of projections and growth plans, and models valuation of potential investments (asset value, comparables, DCF, etc.), et.


6-Time Microsoft MVP To Lead Session on Financial Modeling & Tools at Tekedia Mini-MBA



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