FAST Financial Modelling Competition

For future business/investment analysts, financial analysts and research analysts.

4TH ANNUAL INTER-UNIVERSITY FINANCIAL MODELLING COMPETITION

InVhestia is bridging the gap between theory and practical by educating university students on what is required of them in the current job market. Being a corporate and project finance advisory firm, we believe that graduates ought to know the latest trends in the market that will give them an edge as they look to fit into the job market. For this reason, InVhestia will in October be launching the third inter-university FAST Standard Modelling Competition!

The purpose of this competition is to sensitize future (and current) business/investment analysts, financial analysts and research analysts not only how to model but how to do so while meeting the international standard. To learn more about the FAST Standard visit the About InVhestia page.

The competition

The competition begins online at 12:01 a.m. 21st October 2019 and runs through the week up to 11:59 p.m. 25th October 2019. This will give students ample time to take our free introductory course to financial modelling and then tackle the case study that we will share. We promise to go easy on you!

The top participants will win:

  • Internships at top financial institutions
  • Full InVhestia Corporate Finance and Valuation course for top 10
  • Free access to F1F9 Excel Proficiency Skills Courses
  • Paid FAST Standard Level 1 Certification for top 10

All competing modelers will receive a certificate of participation.

How do I register?

  1. Create an account on https://learn.invhestia.com
  2. Fill in your personal details
  3. Enroll FM100 course
  4. Click on the course FM100 under your courses in the navigation panel
  5. Click on Financial Modelling Challenge 2019 link to access the case study and the start file

NOTE: Before attempting the case study, kindly go through the following videos located under FM100 course

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For more queries on the competition, see here our Frequently Asked Questions.

Best of luck!

Check back regularly for updates.