Financial Modeling

Many organisations spend a lot of time trying develop financial models that along the way somehow become too complicated leaving users going round and round in circles in a maze of data. We are here to set you free from the hassle of model development and enable you to spend more of your time to focus on analysing and interpreting your business’ intelligence while we design and build the model that your organisation requires to achieve optimal insight and confident decision making. Models can cover (but are not limited to) the following broad areas:

Business financial performance

Business applications

Business financial forecasting

Business financial reporting tools

Project evaluation

Best Practice Standards & Fast

As we build our models, we are guided by financial modeling best price standards and the FAST standard so that we are able to produce different, reliable, flexible, robust and rigorous models.


In today’s business, the spreadsheet is one of the cornerstones of financial communication. A financial spreadsheet is a tool for business communication, collaboration and calculation. It is therefore critical that a model should have the following Characteristics:

Flexibility – A model must be designed and structured in a way that allows simple and quick adaptation as new information becomes available

Accuracy – A model must reflect key business assumptions directly and faithfully without being overbuilt or cluttered with unnecessary detail

Structure – Rigorous consistency in layout and organisation is essential to retain a model’s logical integrity over time, particularly as a models’ author may change

Transparency – Successful modeling is founded on simple, clear calculations that can be understood by other modelers and model users alike.