The Modeller's Miscellany - #46

How to speed up your financial model

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Article // How to speed up your financial model

Do you ever find yourself with enough time to make a coffee (or perhaps walk down the street to buy one) while your model recalculates?

Help is at hand. A two part blog series from Mazars walks you through some of the most common improvements you can make to help speed up your models. Very useful stuff. Read Part 1 and Part 2.

Webinar recording // Financial Modelling Standards

On Thursday 19th some of the most prominent names in the financial modelling profession got together to discuss financial modelling standards. The discussion did not disappoint!

You can watch the recording here. With fantastic dialogue between the panellists and amongst those in the chat room, this is surely just the first of a series of conversations about the future of financial modelling and the role standards can play.

Special thanks to Danielle Stein Fairhurst for hosting this event superbly.

Podcast // 31 Excel tips & tricks

Who doesn't love a liist of new Excel tricks?

In this podcast episode by MyExcelOnline, some of the most well-known MVPs and Excel experts share 31 of their latest tips. A good reminder that there is always new stuff to learn.

 

How many of these were new to you?

Article // Accounting software to watch in 2021

Technology continues to evolve and to revolutionise the way we manage our businesses and finances.

This article from AccountingWeb reviews some of the new tools that may shape the future of the accounting profession in 2021 and beyond.

Article // LIBOR doesn't have to mean LIBOR

One of the big finance stories of 2021 is going to be the replacement of LIBOR, the London Interbank Offered Rate which forms the benchmark rate for countless financial contracts.

This Bloomberg article gives an interesting angle on some of the options and issues around replacing LIBOR. This is a topic that we are going to continue watch and report on with interest in 2021.

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