This is a very detailed and user-friendly financial model with the three financial statements i.e. Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statement, and detailed calculation around DCF based valuation and financial analysis.
The model captures 3 years of Historical + 5 Years of the forecast period. Valuation is based on the 5-year forecast using the Discounted Cash Flow methodology.
Assumptions tab allows for the inputting of a huge amount of financial data for your business. These inputs cover a wide range of financial data:
1. Revenue Assumption (Capacity, Production, Sales, Unit Price)
2. Costs Assumptions (Production Cost, Royalty & more)
3. Income tax
4. Working Capital Assumptions (Receivables, Payable, Inventory)
5. Capital Expenditure and Depreciation/Amortization (Tangle and In Tangible Assets)
6. Long Term and Short Term Debt
7. Share Capital (Issue of New shares, Reserve Accounts)
8. Dividend Calculation (Interim and Final Dividend along with Tax impact)
9. Interest Income and Expense calculations
The model runs comprehensive calculations based on the inputs provided by the user generate very accurate outputs which include:
- Income Statement: Includes Historical and Forecasted Profit and Loss statement
- Balance Sheet: Includes Historical and Forecasted Balance sheet
- Cash Flow Statement: Includes Historical and Forecasted cash flows
- Valuation: DCF based valuation based on the Forecasted cash flows and discount rate assumptions
- Valuation Ratio: A very detailed financial analysis covering:
– Price and EV based valuation ratios
– Per Share Data like EPS, DPS, FCFF per share & more
– Margin ratios
– Return ratios
– Dupont Analysis
– Gearing Ratios
– Liquidity ratios
– Coverage Ratios
– Activity Ratios
– Investment rations
– Enterprise value
This is a very detailed and user-friendly model that can be used by the user to perform cash flow valuation for companies in the Oil and Gas sector.
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Professiona, but picked up 1 or 2 errors, not a big deal at all.
I’m just struggling to populate it. Would have been much easier to put all the assumptions together and then other information separately. I don’t know what’s populated and what isn’t at this point.
And then also finding the cash flow particularly difficult to populate. And then they have field 1, field 2, field 3, – so when you have more assets how does one change this model?
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