A practical guide for business calculations
Mastering Financial Mathematics in Microsoft © Excel provides a comprehensive set of tools, methods and formulas which apply Excel to solving mathematical problems.
This fully revised and updated guide is an essential companion for anyone involved in finance, from company accountants, through to analysts, treasury managers and business students. Explaining basic calculations and using examples and exercises, the book covers:
Mastering Financial Mathematics in Microsoft Excel is a practical guide to using Excel for financial mathematics. This new edition includes:
About the authors
Alastair Day has worked in the finance industry for more than 25 years in treasury and marketing functions and was formerly a director of a vendor leasing company specializing in the IT and technology industries. After sale to a public company he established Systematic Finance as a consultancy specializing in:
■ Financial modelling – review, design, build and audit
■ Training in financial modelling, corporate finance, leasing and credit analysis on an in-house and public basis throughout Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia and America
■ Finance and operating lease structuring as a consultant and lessor
Alastair is author of three modelling books published by FT Prentice Hall: Mastering Financial Modelling, Mastering Risk Modelling and Mastering Financial Mathematics in Excel, all of which are in their second editions, as well as other books and publications on financial analysis and leasing.
Alastair has a degree in Economics and German from London University and an MBA from the Open University Business School.
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There are a number of books on financial mathematics, which either discuss the methods or use HP financial calculators. Using HP calculators is slow and prone to error and the variables cannot be seen once entered. Since most financial managers have Excel on their desk, it is more efficient to solve the problems on spreadsheets and gain the benefits of layout and more comprehensive information.
Mastering Financial Mathematics in Microsoft Excel is a practical guide with exercises and solutions throughout. It provides a comprehensive set of tools and methods that will help you apply Excel to solve mathematical problems. Alistair Day clearly explains the basic calculations for mathematical finance backed up with simple templates for further use and development, together with examples. The new edition includes the addition of end of chapter exercises to help you develop your knowledge. The accompanying CD allows you to use and adapt templates and models.About the Author:
Alastair Day has worked in the finance industry for 20 years in treasury and marketing functions. In 1990 he established Systematic Finance as a consultancy and financial lessor concentrating on the computer and communications industries. Alastair has a degree in Economics and German from London University, an MBA from the Open University Business School, and is an associate lecturer in corporate finance with the OUBS. He is the successful author of several books including Mastering financial Modelling, Mastering Risk Modelling and The Financial Director’s Guide to Purchasing Leasing published by the Financial Times Prentice Hall and a range of software products. In addition, he develops and presents public and in-house courses on a range of topics including financial modelling, leasing, credit and cash flow analysis, and other corporate finance topics.
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Descrizione libro FT Press, 2010. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria SONG0273730339
Descrizione libro FT Press, 2010. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110273730339
Descrizione libro FT Press. PAPERBACK. Condizione libro: New. 0273730339 New Condition. Codice libro della libreria NEW6.0114453
Descrizione libro FT Press, 2010. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 2. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0273730339