The art of company financial modelling

  • Zoran Lukić Zagrebačka banka d.d.

Abstract

In corporate finance, the term financial modelling denotes a widely used technique of comprehensive customised quantification of a company’s entire operations. Even though not mathematically strict, such models exhibit descriptive, explanatory and predictive qualities. The paper elaborates on the main steps and principles for building financial models of companies. It also identifies required assumptions and certain statistical properties of well-constructed models. Furthermore, it describes the use of such models for decision support purposes, supplemented by an illustrative example. Finally, it discusses general characteristics and concerns associated with appropriate model construction and use.

Author Biography

Zoran Lukić, Zagrebačka banka d.d.

Investment Banking

Managing Director

Published
2017-12-06
Section
CRORR Journal Regular Issue