Financial Modeling Self Study Program

August 16, 2012

I hope everyone is enjoying your summer (at least those of you in the northern hemisphere). I haven’t updated this short section on the home page in a while so a couple of announcements:

First, I haven’t been so good at responding to questions asked on the site lately. My apologies for those of you who have asked some good questions that I haven’t yet answered. I will try to get to them soon. You are also always welcome to email me.

But onto more exciting news (for me, at least). I am hard at work on a book to be entitled, “How to be an Investment Banker” that will be published by Wiley Finance. It will be an extension of this site covering in greater detail information about investment banking, recruiting and interviewing and the technical stuff that you need to know. I’ll keep you updated but it is targeted for release in the spring of 2013.

I’ve also recently launched a website called igokids. This has nothing to do with finance or investment banking but it is my full-time gig so feel free to check it out. igokids is local search and discovery site for everything kid related in New York City (in a nutshell, “Yelp for parents”). I’m proud to say that I developed it from scratch myself, being a totally self-taught programmer. See all the exit opportunities that investment banking can lead to?

I also want to remind you about my financial modeling self study program, which costs only $49. You can learn how to build a financial model in the comfort of your own home or office. Knowing how to build an integrated cash flow model will definitely help you in your interviews plus it is a great way to prep for those dreaded technical interview questions. Click to view more information about the financial modeling self study program.

As always, I look forward to your comments/suggestions/questions and emails (andrew [at] ibankingfaq.com).

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