University of Minnesota , Friday, February 6 – Saturday, February 7, 2015

Financial and Valuation Modeling Boot Camp at the University of Minnesota

  • Learn Financial Statement Modeling, DCF and Excel Modeling Best Practices
  • Bridge the gap between academics and the real world
  • Receive focused, hands-on training by experienced investment bankers
  • Enrollment includes comprehensive training manuals and model templates
Enroll Now $199

Boot Camp Agenda

  • Friday, February 6: Financial Statement Modeling
  • Saturday, February 7: Valuation and DCF Modeling
  • Online Courses: Excel Crash Course, Financial Statement Modeling and Valuation & DCF Modeling

Included in Enrollment

  • Comprehensive training materials (manuals and online exercises)
  • Detailed reusable modifiable Excel model templates
  • Unlimited e-mail support for content-related questions for 12 months post-seminar

Target Audience

  • Investment Banking Analysts and Associates
  • Private Equity, Asset management and Hedge Fund Associates
  • Corporate Finance and Business Development Professionals
  • MBA’s and Business Undergraduates
  • Wall Street Prep Self Study Program Members
  • Anyone seeking to improve their financial and valuation modeling skill set

The Wall Street Prep Advantage

  • Courses grounded in case studies and real-life examples
  • Highly effective hands-on intuitive training approach
  • Skilled instructors with years of directly relevant real-world experience
  • Unlimited e-mail support for 3 months post-seminar
  • Issuance of Certification in Financial and Valuation Modeling (for full-seminar attendees upon successful completion of online Certification Exam)

Wall Street Prep is a global full-service financial training firm, providing instructor-led training and e-learning services to investment banks, financial institutions, and Fortune 1000 companies, and has conducted seminars at some of the most prestigious academic institutions and corporations in the world, including including Credit Suisse, JP Morgan, Merrill Lynch, RBC Capital, Hewlett-Packard, CA, Sara Lee, Mubadala, and Capital Group.