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The Handbook of Financial Modeling: A Practical Approach to Creating and Implementing Valuation Projection Models by Jack Avon

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The Model User: Inputs

This chapter focuses on the inputs to the model and the interaction of the model end users with these inputs. This chapter is one of the softer ones in this book but should not be underestimated in terms of the importance to financial modeling. I have found that there are few examples in the public domain of how the model end user interacts with the modeler and shapes the inputs to the model. This is a very critical juncture for the modeler and hence my reason for adding this chapter.

Thinking About the Financial Model End User

One of the first aspirations for a modeler entering into a financial modeling project will be ...

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