Financial modelling is an important tool for business decision making. Businesses operating in a *VUCA environment need quick and smart insight into prospective decisions. Business analysts (in Finance, Investing, and Strategy teams) need a grasp of financial modelling skills to be able to build dynamic models based on the business’ strategic objectives and use the models to provide insight into management decisions.

The Strathmore Institute of Mathematical Sciences Tailor-made Financial modelling courses equip business analysis teams with tools to enable them build integrated Financial models, and run Scenario Tests & Sensitivity Analyses to check the impact of management decisions. Case studies used on the courses are based on participant industry and specific objectives. Some examples include

  • Financial modelling for Real Estate
  • Financial modelling for Manufacturing
  • Financial modelling for Business Valuation
  • Financial modelling for Project Finance, etc.

*VUCA Volatile Uncertain Complex Ambiguous

Course objectives and learning outcomes are ;

  1.  Construct and use industry specific Financial models
  2. Carry out Sensitivity Analysis and Scenario Tests into management decisions
  3. Learn and use appropriate MS Excel tools and features

Mode of delivery

The Tailor-made courses are run In-person for a duration of 3 to 5 days depending on organisation needs and participant prior knowledge of Finance & Accounting and MS Excel.

Delivery includes a mix of lectures and practical (hands-on) demos and take home assignments.


A Certificate of Completion is awarded at the end of the course.


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Cynthia Ng’otwa (and copy John Ocheche