Financial modeling plays an integral role in business decision making, with modelers informing key transactions and critical business decisions. The ability to validate your learning with an accreditation allows you to demonstrate technical modeling skills most valued by employers.
We are pleased to announce that we are now an accredited FMI Approved Provider in the region and are helping our students and clients build on their financial modeling skills with the AFM programme.
The Advanced Financial Modeler (AFM) is the first of three certification levels offered by the FMI. The AFM exam will test your technical modeling ability through building an integrated three statement model over the course of four hours. Upon successful completion of the exam, you will be awarded the AFM credential.
This programme is for anyone who wants to build on their financial modeling skills and make informed decisions using data, on microsoft excel.
About the awarding body
The Financial Modelling Institute (FMI) is the only financial modeling accreditation body in the world. The FMI exists to create and uphold international industry best practices with respect to financial modeling skills. Through its exams and accreditations, the FMI allows candidates, employers and the broader community to recognise true ability in financial modeling.
Meet our trainers
Ashutosh is a senior associate with 9+ years experience within investment and corporate financial management. He is a part of the professional qualifications delivery team, delivering content for the CFA programme.
Hassan is a senior professional qualification trainer at PwC’s Academy. He has over 7 years of experience in teaching and has been extensively involved in the delivery of qualifications such as CFA, ACCA, CMA and corporate trainings to various clients in the region.
Programme details to be announced soon; watch this space.
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